Category: Westerns

Why Western Writers Should Be Happier Now Than Ever Before

Westerns have long been some of the most successful books in the book business—from Zane Grey and Bower through to modern Western bestsellers like G.P. Hutchinson and John Legg. There are few in the know who can deny the fact that these books sell as well as they ever have. Those who are not in …

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Carry Me Back to the Old West: An Interview with Western Bestseller Rick Jantz

One of the biggest new names in the Western writing world is Rick Jantz. Rick has had huge success with his first two books “Colson’s Law” and “Call of Country: Matt Kemp: U.S Marshal.” The big question is this– what makes Rick Jantz a huge success? Why do his books outsell those of other authors ten …

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Along The Navajo Trail with Rick Jantz

Rick Jantz just scored a huge Western hit with his first novel “Colson’s Law.” This interview delves into the part of his brain that can’t get enough of the Old West. Enjoy, saddle up, and ride into the big, blue yonder with Rick Jantz. 1. Can you describe your new book “Call of Country” for …

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QuickFIRE with Western Author Rick Jantz

The Rules of Gunfighting 1. Bring a gun, preferably two. 2. Anybody worth one bullet is worth two. 3. Only hits count. 4. If your shooting stance is good you’re probably not moving fast enough or using cover correctly. 5. Keep shooting until the threat is eliminated. 6. If you can choose what to bring, …

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Blue Canadian Rockies: Rick Jantz Brings the Western Back

The name is Rick Jantz, and he’s a new writer on the block. He writes Westerns and his first book, “Colson’s Law,” is the stuff that movies are made from. This first interview with Rick should tell you that he is eloquent, interesting and devoted to his craft. When Rick asked me to interview him, …

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Cowboy Acting, Writing and Timber Creeks: Ken Farmer Profiled

As an actor you are creating with every living breath. Ken Farmer is a guy who has been creating characters and breathing life into the written word for many years. What happens when an actor becomes a writer? Well, sometimes guys like Dirk Bogarde make it. Sometimes they don’t. Ken Farmer made it, and he …

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