Feb 18

“Kendrick’s Pride” From A.H. Holt Sails Up The Bestseller Chart To The Near Top!

Sitting at number three we have “Kendrick’s Pride” from A.H. Holt. A.H. has been a longtime seller for Outlaws Publishing… and her new book has just continued the trend. This one was driven up the charts using a mixture of inter-author promotion techniques and pure advertising.

But what’s the book about?

A.H explains, “Kendrick is shocked when Hal Stinson’s brother demands custody of the twin boys he and Meg adopted almost eleven years ago. Meg is hysterical. Taken to court, Kendrick retains custody of the boys. Stinson makes threats and Meg is viciously murdered. Kendrick’s pride demands he join with Meg’s brother Jim to catch and punish the killers. On the way, they are joined by Davis, their friend.

In a mix-up created by the killers, Jim is captured and charged with his sister’s murder. The marshal is taking him back to Belden for trial. Kendrick is wounded is a gun battle and he and Davis find shelter with Reverend Armstrong and his daughter Elizabeth in an Indian settlement.

The town marshal leads a posse to capture Kendrick and Davis. Meg’s murderers join the posse. While fighting them off Armstrong reveals that the chief of the Indians in his congregation wants Elizabeth to be his wife. They decide to return to Belden for safety.

Back in Belden, Stinson tries to gain custody of the twins through the courts. He fails again. Then the twins are kidnapped.

Grab your copy today!

 

Feb 17

Coming Soon: “Gundown In Stillwater” From New Western Sensation Casey Nash!

A brand new release from Casey Nash will be heading to town soon. This one is beefed up. Action-packed. This one leaves no bad guy still standing. This one is the one you’ll enjoy… most of all.

Directives of the Marshal:

  1. Protect the innocent;
  2. Uphold the law;
  3. Stamp out illegality.

The long-awaited new Western adventure from Casey Nash! Ride with two ferocious lawmen as they take on crime in the Old West. This is traditional Western action for those who love the American Western!

For the first time ever, two legends of the west, U.S. Marshal Jake Timber and bounty hunter extraordinaire Jedidiah Justice, ride together as a deadly duo to root out greed and corruption in Stillwater, Colorado using the business ends of their guns.

Cattle baron Big John Brannon, his crony, Sledge Porter, and their hired mercenaries have run off, burned out, and killed all but one tenant farmer, Silas Jones. And when Jones and his family are murdered, Timber and Justice vow to make their killers pay.

But first, Jedidiah Justice has to find Jake Timber who has been framed for murder. A large reward is on his head. Timber has disappeared into the Rockies. Those who have gotten close enough to see him have paid for it with their blood.

Feb 14

A Magic Hat Trick Of Western Hits: The Top Three Taken Over By Cherokee Parks, Paul L. Thompson and Mike Mackessy!

It’s raining hits! The top three has been taken over by three of those top Western hits of today. At number three we have the great new “Mountain Life” hit from Mike Mackessy. Mackessy has been the number one seller before… so it won’t surprise me at all if he hits the top spot once again. He has become one of the finest sellers over at Outlaws Publishing. At number two we have “You Shot Me Once! Never Again!” from Paul L. Thompson. Thompson currently has several books in the top one hundred… and has already been to number one with “You Shot Me Once! Never Again!”

At NUMBER ONE we have Cherokee Parks with his tremendous new Western hit “The Trader.” Parks is popular… but this has been his first prolonged stay at the top. He’s been sitting there for almost two weeks! This is great news for Western authors… the Western is alive, kicking and giving readers what they want! Great stories!

Feb 14

Brand New From Fightin’ Mike Hundley: “Peacemaker Justice” Is Now Available From Amazon!

On the western frontier there are times when he must holster a gun and ride out to right a wrong—at times, a man has to demand PEACEMAKER JUSTICE! This is the third in an action-packed acclaimed Western saga, a full storied Western novel from Mike Hundley.

Colorado 1887, the Garrison boys, now young brave and honorable men, saddled their big horses and took up the trail south to Mexico. They had promised her to visit, that day as she rode off in a wagon, her murdered husband’s coffin riding beside her to his final resting place. That little Spanish mission was only six days ride. She had raised them and they had promised.
A rider had summoned them. Madeira only had days to live. They loaded their Winchesters and Colts and set out onto a long and dangerous trail. They longed to see her and to say goodbye.

Danger and death confronted them every step they took in Mexico. Ransom grew overnight into a man as he met the woman who far surpassed any dreams he ever had of women. The black veil she wore fell away to show her face. They fell in love at first glance, staring across an open grave as an angry man pulled her away.

Then Ransom, instantly in love had to free her from her family, out to kill all Gringos to avenge a death of twenty years earlier. Many Gringo cowboys had died along the hot dusty trails they rode and the Garrison boys vowed not to be among the dead. They fought back and corpses littered the long trail home, running from El Citcatrizar, ‘Scar,’ the worse kind of enemy.

Scar, vengeful and angry, drove his gang to track them, shooting every day at any target. Their blood dripped onto the parched earth yet they kept on coming, all the way back to the border.

Drive your way through this action-packed third adventure in the “Peacemaker Trail” western series—action, adventure and gunsight justice…. All the way! Grab your copy today!

 

Feb 13

Nothing Is More Expensive Than A Missed Opportunity: Musings On Missed Opportunities For Success

I want to talk to you today about something that often passes through my mind. Something that a person can go crazy thinking about—missed opportunities. It seems that every single time we (as human beings) turn around, we either open or close a door. Sometimes, we later come back to realize that the door we closed was the one we should have stepped through.

I am reminded of the hobo who had an infected leg. A doctor, the top of his field, went out to help the gentleman in question. He got the leg on the road to recovery and gave the hobo twenty-five dollars for food and a warm bed. A few weeks later, the same hobo was taken to this doctor’s office. He had to have that very same leg amputated. “What happened?” the doctor said after the surgery. “Your leg would have healed.” The hobo replied, “I went to see a real doctor and he gave me some ointment.”

The hobo had mistaken a top doctor in his field for a quack and had taken the twenty-five dollars to see a lesser doctor. The leg had been lost.

In book terms, I will always remember the gentleman who wanted success so badly he jumped from one publishing company to another without doing his homework. The one he left had a strong catalogue, but hadn’t yet made him a pile of money. The one he went to didn’t even have the first understanding of the market. His books lie mouldering on Amazon to this day.

Yes, we make our bed and lie in it, this is true—but with a little thought, a little communication, a little dialogue, these errors could have been avoided. The hobo could have saved his leg had he asked the doctor about his qualifications. The author could have risen to success had he persevered with the publishing company instead of growing impatient, greedy and dissatisfied.

I’ve always found that the best decisions are the ones that take time. Doing research, understanding the subject, talking to others in the field of business all help direct the individual towards a satisfactory conclusion.

For example, take a look at authors like Paul L. Thompson, Randall Dale, C. Wayne Winkle, Robert Hanlon, Fred Staff, Cherokee Parks and many others who waited for years to get their success. They concentrated on the one thing that really mattered—writing those books—and it worked for them. Each of the authors named, and many more besides, can be found on the bestseller chart today, a reward for cool, calm thinking, hard work, communication and most importantly—perseverance.

Now with my sermon for the day over, let’s get back to selling books. Did you know the new Cherokee Parks Western, “The Trader,” is still at number one? I’m mighty proud of that one… but I can’t wait to see who hits the top next!

Feb 12

Brand New And Heading To Market For John Fie: The Complete “Death on the Horizon.”

 

Morgan Deerfield is on the hunt once again! This is the latest action-packed Western from John D. Fie, Jr. Grab this blockbuster new Fie novel and ride with one of the most dangerous gunfighters in the Old West. This is “Death on the Horizon.”

In Part One:

Morgan Deerfield’s quest for peace so far has been a difficult one, with two attempts having been made on his life within the past year. But Morgan remains firm in his resolve, in the hopes that one day, the long shadow he casts will be erased and peace will come. But then, he begins to see death on the horizon…

Times are changing in Hamilton and the surrounding area. The peaceful atmosphere has been shaken up, and the Trails End is seeing its share of excitement. Morgan’s past is haunting him and all who know him are concerned. With a kidnapping attempt made on Miss Betty, and horse thieves in the area, it all comes to a head.

In Part Two:

Morgan Deerfield’s gets more involved with each passing day as his quest for peace becomes more, and more puzzling. Morgan is still troubled by those nightmares and Miss Betty asks Sheriff Farley to have a talk with Morgan once again. But Sheriff Farley has problems of his own to solve. The big question for Sheriff Farley to answer is… who is behind this vast crime spree disturbing the peaceful living in the town of Hamilton?

Grab your copy today!

 

Feb 12

It’s A Brand New Smash Hit Western From Randall Dale! “Curly” Will Be Released Soon!

Last year… Randall Dale dominated the Western bestseller chart with his excellent “Branson Hawk” series of adventures. Now, he has a brand new Western coming to town. This is “Curley.” You’ll be sure to fall in love with this one!

 

Feb 10

Brand New Western Magic From Mighty Mark Baugher! This is “C-Bar: Book Twelve”

From the bestselling author of the “C-Bar” series comes his latest Western. This is “C-Bar: Volume Twelve” from Mark Baugher!

Guns! Glory! Action! From Mark Baugher, the bestselling author of “C-Bar,” comes his latest Western, “C-Bar: Volume Twelve.” Action, adventure and gun-smarts come in many forms. For Baugher, it comes in the form of his ability to write Westerns—a Western he knows how to write better than almost anyone else.

In the 12th volume of the C-Bar Ranch saga, Roy and his crew from Wells Fargo are chasing the Mexican gangster known as Chacon. In the process, they run into Roy’s dear old friend, Easy Breezy. Sit around the fire and listen to Easy’s adventures as he catches up the group on what’s been going on with him.

The C-Bar saga continues with this exciting Western adventure!

 

Feb 07

James Scott Soars Into The Top Ten With ‘Tyler Purdom: Silver Eagle’… His First Western Release!

 

A first top ten smash for James Scott! This is the brand new Outlaws Publishing release that has captured the attention of readers around the world. Congratulations, James!

Tyler Purdom is a young man headed west with no destination in mind and no plans for what he was going to do when he got there.  He had two Kentucky horses, a Winchester rifle, Sam Colt’s .45 and wasn’t thinking of anything else, until a chance encounter with an Indian attack on a wagon train with a beautiful young woman changed everything.

Ty grew up shooting, squirrels, turkeys, deer and of late, men. Grant’s Pass was headed for trouble, gun trouble and Ty couldn’t stand by and watch Big Ben and his men murder, rob and run rough shod over honest citizens. Pa always said, “If a man knows right from wrong, then he just needs to do what’s right.” That’s what he intended to do, it wasn’t going to be easy and it wasn’t going to be pretty. Grab your copy today!

Feb 06

Have You Tried The Brand New Paul L. Thompson Western? “U.S. Marshal Shorty Thompson – We’re Gonna Die Ain’t We Danny” Is Now Available!

Small farmers and ranchers south, southeast of the small railroad town of Odessa Texas was having a hard time making a living. Their crops were devastated by roaming wild cattle.

Hundreds, thousands of Texas Longhorns would converge on a man’s crops and by sunup the next day nothing was left. Something had to be done or they would have to move off and leave their homes. No one could survive.
At last word was picked up in the largest saloon in Odessa that the Eddy- Bissell Livestock Company in southeastern New Mexico would buy all cattle brought to their ranch.

Eighteen men and five boys’ ages eleven to sixteen years old built a five acre corral. It was built strong out of mesquite limbs and tree trunks. The barbwire gate was sixteen feet wide with outreaching arms to funnel the cattle thru and into that corral. Feed had to be brought in first to feed all cattle until time for the drive. It was build straddling a small stream so water wouldn’t have to be hauled in. It took two months rounding up just over twenty five hundred head of longhorns. Now to start that long cattle drive two hundred miles west to Eddy, New Mexico and the Eddy-Bissell Livestock Company. Grab your copy by clicking here.

 

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