Category Archive: Westerns

Sep 05

REBLOG: How To Write A Bestseller With Western Writer Scott Harris: Mile 7: Outline

Scott Harris. An enigma in the Western writing business. A man who has scored hits with each of his releases. There isn’t enough room to name them all here… and now we are presenting his thoughts about writing. Each one of these blogs will give you the thoughts of a bestseller… directly from his mouth! …

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Aug 31

REBLOG: Forum With Scott Harris Featuring Western Bestseller M. Allen

Be sure to read the original interview by clicking here! When — and why — did you first fall in love with Westerns? About a year ago my publicist, Nick Wale, recommended I give writing a Western series a go. Six novels later, and I love writing my “Sutton Brothers Series.” I like the freedom …

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Aug 30

Exclusive Artwork For: “The Bounty Hunter From Washington: A Tribute to Charles Ray”

Take a look at this brand new piece of art from Charles Ray. This painting will grace the cover of his forthcoming new release “The Bounty Hunter From Washington.” Ray, a prolific writer, is also a former Ambassador. He has just finished writing a novel with Fred Staff, and is currently in the charts with …

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Aug 30

America’s Greatest Lawmen: The Gun, The Badge and The Dead: A Tribute: A Western Adventure From Scott Harris, Fred Staff And Many Others

  From Scott Harris, Fred Staff, M. Allen, Michael Haden and many of the biggest names in the West comes “America’s Greatest Lawmen.” These western adventures tell the stories of lawmen and their fight against the deadly crime of the Old West. The marshal stands tall, his hand just above the gun that hangs against …

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Aug 30

REBLOG: How To Write A Bestseller With Western Writer Scott Harris: Mile 6: Software

Scott Harris. An enigma in the Western writing business. A man who has scored hits with each of his releases. There isn’t enough room to name them all here… and now we are presenting his thoughts about writing. Each one of these blogs will give you the thoughts of a bestseller… directly from his mouth! …

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Aug 24

Scott Harris Presents: Forum Featuring Western Author Michael D. Abbott

You can read the original interview, conducted by Scott Harris, by clicking here. When — and why — did you first fall in love with Westerns? I suppose the mid-1980s was when I first started getting into Western films, but Western writing came much later — 2011 or so. I liked the drama in it. …

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Aug 22

REBLOG: How To Write A Bestseller With Western Writer Scott Harris: Mile 5: When to Write

Scott Harris. An enigma in the Western writing business. A man who has scored hits with each of his releases. There isn’t enough room to name them all here… and now we are presenting his thoughts about writing. Each one of these blogs will give you the thoughts of a bestseller… directly from his mouth! …

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Aug 17

‘C- Bar – The C-Bar Ranch Western Adventure Series Book Six’ Is Now Available For Purchase

From the bestselling author of the “C-Bar” series comes his latest Western. This is “C-Bar: Volume Six” from Mark Baugher!  Guns! Glory! Action! From Mark Baugher, the bestselling author of “Cimarron Frost, Bounty Hunter,” comes his latest Western, “C-Bar: Volume Six.” Action, adventure and gun-smarts come in many forms. For Baugher, it comes in the …

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Aug 16

REBLOG: How To Write A Bestseller With Western Writer Scott Harris: Mile 4: Goal

Scott Harris. An enigma in the Western writing business. A man who has scored hits with each of his releases. There isn’t enough room to name them all here… and now we are presenting his thoughts about writing. Each one of these blogs will give you the thoughts of a bestseller… directly from his mouth! …

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Aug 14

Western Hitmaker GP Hutchinson Talks About Books, The Western Genre And His Success!

(Scroll To The Bottom For The Interview) GP Hutchinson, a member of Western Writers of America, fell in love with the Old West decades ago–the gritty reality of the era, the daunting yet breathtaking scope and scale of the land, and the colorful (if somewhat fanciful) tales of heroes and heroines who overcame the odds. …

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