Category: Writers at Work

Are You The Sulker, The Pouter, The Quitter Or The Western Author Who Is Soldiering On?

  During a crisis such as the one we are currently facing worldwide, it’s always interesting to note the way people approach problems. A tough time for the book business may be something we are currently dealing with, but I am proud to say that even though this crisis has been hanging over the heads …

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Hitting The Top And Maintaining Number One With Your Western Books

    Having just scored another number one bestseller with his latest Western, C. Wayne Winkle is sitting at the top of the mountain with an excitingly high sales year already in motion. He’s not the only one, as Mike Mackessy, C. Wayne Winkle, William H. Joiner, Dave Sebeslav, Paul L. Thompson, Randall Dale and …

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Your Lucky Day To Play Baseball: Grab Your Copy of “Over the Right Field Wall” And Start A Brand New Adventure!

Now featured on Choosy Bookworm! Take advantage of this special listing today by clicking here! “…a wonderfully interesting and romantic story. Any reader who likes baseball, American historical fiction or a good romance story will enjoy this book.” –Karen Walpole for Readers’ Favorite Player-manager Rory Fitzgerald’s 1891 Richmond Elite Professional Baseball Club enjoys an abundance of talent …

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“The Sheriff of Tucson: A Hard Line To Walk” From Western Author Arl Farris Is Now Available!

  The spellbinding new Western adventure from acclaimed author Arl Farris. This is rip-roaring action, adventure and drama taking place on the Western frontier. When a dangerous town is in dire need, Juan Castillo is the man for the job! Tucson has a problem. Their sheriffs keep getting killed. Federal Marshal Juan Miguel Castillo is …

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How Does Paul L. Thompson Drive His Westerns To Number One? The Steps Behind A Strategy You Can Use!

  Having just scored another number one bestseller with his latest Western, Paul L. Thompson is sitting pretty with an excitingly high sales year already in motion. But what causes an author to continuously keep hitting the top spot with each new release? Let’s recap a little. In December, Paul L. Thompson released “You Shot …

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Western Hitmaker Malcolm Hotzman Scores With A Top Ten Bestseller

  It’s always a pleasure to see a brand new Western author score a hit with one of his first books. “A Mark Stone Western: The Ride For Revenge” is a tremendous action-packed Western and it was no surprise to me to see it climb into the upper reaches of the bestseller chart. Congratulations, Malcolm. …

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C. Wayne Winkle Overtakes Mike Mackessy To Claim Number One With “Lucas Poteet – Family Ties”

As predicted… C. Wayne Winkle has taken the number one spot with his latest Western “Lucas Poteet – Family Ties.” This one has all the hallmarks of being a long, long term Western success. C. Wayne has had several number one bestsellers. I’m sure he’s very excited to be at the top once again! But… …

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Seven Westerns Taking Over The Top Ten Of The Western Bestsellers Chart: But How Was It Done?

It’s been a good February. With books selling, authors writing and most importantly… readers reading! The top ten of the bestsellers chart represents the ten bestselling books in a given genre… and this morning seven of them came from this direction. I wanted to share this news with you all, and share a few notes …

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Scotty V. Casper Scores His First Top One Hundred Western Bestseller With “Dispute At Devil’s Slide: A Kid Utah Western Adventure”

It’s a beautiful day today. Scotty V. Casper, one of the hardest working, Western authors has finally scored his first top one hundred Western entry. His latest book “Dispute At Devil’s Slide: A Kid Utah Western Adventure” made it’s first appearance at #48. This just goes to show that there is nothing like hard work, …

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Marriage: How A Relationship Can Cause Your Western Books To Rise To The Top Of The Bestseller Chart!

What could be more wonderful for a cowboy author than the feat of climbing all the way to the top of the Western bestseller charts? It’s a difficult job—but someone has to be number one, right? When I first started helping authors sell their books, there was a certain author who used to hold the …

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