Category Archive: Writers

Sep 25

REBLOG: How To Write A Bestseller With Western Writer Scott Harris: Mile 10: Be There!

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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Sep 24

New From Michael Haden: ‘Timber: U.S. Marshal: The Guns of Dukes and Timber: A Western Adventure Novella Introducing Jake Dukes’

  A brand new Timber adventure… introducing a new character! This is the first time Timber will work with Jake Dukes! Are you ready to ride with these two gun-toting cowboys? So, Marshal Timber has been tracking a gang of train-robbin’ outlaws. Eleven of ’em. Too many to handle on his own. He calls in …

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Sep 21

Forum Featuring Jim Burnett: An Exclusive Interview With One Of The Top Western Authors Of Today!

         You can read the original interview by clicking here! When — and why — did you first fall in love with Westerns? I grew up riding and showing horses, so anything with a horse in it interested me as a kid then, and it still does today. I’m crazy about horses. …

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Sep 13

Hit Western Author Jim Burnett Pays Tribute To Those Brave Peace Officers With His Latest Novel

The latest Jim Burnett Western bestseller is called “The Bible and the Badge.” This exciting new release is Jim’s way of paying tribute to those brave men, and women, who police the streets and keep us all safe. Lucas and Levi Reese are twin brothers who answer the call of God to be lawmen in the …

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Sep 11

Why Now, Now, NOW! Is The Right Time To Believe In Your Western Novel

What a tremendous year so far! With great success seemingly around every bend in the road, there’s a great feeling of optimism in the Western book business. A whole genre that was pronounced dead a few years ago—a genre that has currently found itself in a state of rebirth with brand new books, brand new …

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Sep 11

REBLOG: How To Write A Bestseller With Western Writer Scott Harris: Mile 8: First Or Third?

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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Sep 06

Novel Ideas Western Client GP Hutchinson Wins “Readers Favorite Silver Medal” For His Hit “Strong Ambitions”

A huge round of applause for GP Hutchinson— the hotselling author who has just been awarded a silver medal for his giant-sized-super-seller “Strong Ambitions.” A smash hit #western last year… and an award-winner this year. You deserve it, GP!   Recently, GP signed with hotshot Western publishing outfit Dusty Saddle Publishing for a series of …

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Jun 06

The Terrifying, Haunted World of Paranormal Expert And Author G. Michael Vasey

When it comes to horror, creepy true stories and the truth behind the paranormal… you have to meet G. Michael Vasey. G. Michael has been the driving factor behind hit books, a popular website and many of the most haunting true tales you’d ever want to read. This interview should give you a good, strong …

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Jun 01

PRESS RELEASE: Baugher, Harris, Bennett, Allen, Parks and Fie Strike Gold for DSP

A copy of a new press release from Dusty Saddle Publishing. You can see the original here. KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. – June 1, 2018 – PRLog — Dusty Saddle Publishing announced earlier this week the release of new titles from some of their top selling Western authors. New novels from familiar and popular names Mark Baugher, Scott Harris, Bruce …

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May 21

Baugher Took His Western Book And Made Into A Movie: How Did He Do That?

Last month, I left off with a promise to tell you about the premiere of my movie, C-Bar. It took eight months to film the movie and another eight months to edit what we had. Believe me when I say this, editing is an art form. This was my first experience with making movies, and …

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