Category: Writers at Work

How The Tried And Tested Simply Made Randall Dale A Western Million-page Mover In 2019!

Even today, with many other hitmakers in the charts, people ask me about the promotions used on Randall Dale last year to create his ascent from one of the many acclaimed Western authors with middling sales to one of the leading sellers of that time. The ascent was a lot of hard work and planning, …

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Don’t Fear Success: Overcoming A Major Western Book Promotion Hurdle!

Recently, a very talented writer, and friend, was on his way to the top of the charts. His book was climbing with each passing day, his sales piling up, and readers were finding and liking his other books. This tremendous talent had one problem. He was scared. He felt that he was growing too quickly; …

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Preparing Yourself For Western Success: Are You Ready To Sell Books?

The following just goes to show that when you tell me you want to be a success, I believe in you. Let me tell you something. Big Jim Williams has never been a wallflower when it comes to promoting his work. With an excellent work ethic, a perfect mixture of patience and ideas, he has …

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“Preacher and the Bounty Hunter: A Western Novel” Strikes For Grady Bryant!

A brand new Western adventure from acclaimed author Grady Bryant. This is rip-roaring action and adventure as bounty hunter Chico Hadley teams up with a preacher to fight crime and bring justice to the Old West. When Chico Hadley teams up with a Padre to find the lost treasure of a famous outlaw who is …

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Steps For Success: How Western Author ‘Big’ Jim Williams Went From Low Sales To The Top One Hundred!

Many of you will have noticed the great success of ‘Big’ Jim Williams and have been asking how he went from zero to the top one hundred with TWO books in such a short time span. I decided that process might be something worth sitting down and discussing. Now, take notes… you can try this …

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“Gundown At Stillwater: A U.S. Marshal Timber And Jedidiah Justice Western Adventure” Scores Chart Action!

Another month. Another month inside the top one hundred. This is Casey Nash… one of the authors currently making gains on the bestseller chart with his first Western “Gundown at Stillwater.” Have you caught your copy yet? Directives of the Marshal: Protect the innocent; Uphold the law; Stamp out illegality. The long-awaited new Western adventure …

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“An Eye For An Eye: A Jake Silverhorn Arizona Justice Novel” Strikes At The Heart Of The Top Twenty For ‘Big’ Jim Williams!

“An Eye For An Eye” is the latest ‘Big’ Jim Williams Western success currently sitting inside the top twenty. This one has really caught the attention of readers! Congratulations, Jim! Some would call him a lawman. Others would call him justice. Some folks would say he’s a vigilante. A few would call him a cold-blooded …

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Mountain Man Adventures From Harvey Wood Say “Hello” To The Bestseller Chart!

Two brand new releases from Harvey Wood have scored places inside the top one hundred. “Virgil Dalton: Mountain Man: Vengeance in the Rockies” and “Virgil Dalton: Mountain Man: Revenge Of The Mountain Man” are both vibrant, exciting frontier adventures that have found favor with readers. Virgil Dalton: Mountain Man: Vengeance in the Rockies (Book One) …

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“Make It Sell.” The Simple Strategy Behind Those Constant William H. Joiner, Jr. Western Sales

Every single day there are two constants I always like about the Western book business. The first is that there are always brand new books on the bestseller chart, and the second is that, for over a year now, it has been a daily game to find out how many Westerns William H. Joiner, Jr. …

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As The Clouds Roll Away… A Bright New Tomorrow for the Western Novel?

  Even though we have been moving through a difficult time, there is light, not death, on the horizon. The ever-growing bright light says, “Readers need new Westerns.” This welcome light, dimmer last month, has now brightened and will enable us all to get on with what we do best—producing and promoting new Western novels …

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