Tag Archive: Westerns

May 14

The Last Gunfighter: An Interview with Western Writer Mike Hundley

Western writers are some of the most undervalued writers in the world. Their books sell to millions of readers, their styles are honed, their stories are filled with nourishing history, dramatic climaxes and all the action of the Old West– and then there’s Mike Hundley– a writer in his own class, with a Western that …

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May 08

How Mark Baugher Turned A Novel Into A Western Movie And Hit The Big Time!

With “C-Bar” from Mark Baugher currently climbing towards the top 100… I thought it might be useful for me to share one of Marks articles for “Westerner” magazine with you all. This is the story of how Mark Baugher made his book into a movie. A real movie. You can learn more about “C-Bar” by …

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Apr 30

Western Writing Star Fred Staff Explains How Bass Reeves Made His Novels Popular

A few months ago, Fred Staff had been a successful author but he hadn’t become accustomed to living in the top 100. Now, just a few weeks later, he has been riding high on the bestseller list. His popular trilogy has been thrilling Western readers around the world, and he has a new book on …

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Apr 23

Branded With The Old West: An Interview with Western Bestseller Douglas R. Cobb

This interview is with a very talented man. Douglas R. Cobb. A man who has recently scored his first major hit on the Western bestseller charts. The book was called “Guns of the United States Marshals” and is slowly shaping up into one of the biggest hits of the year so far. What drives Douglas …

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Apr 16

The King of the Western Frontier: Paul L. Thompson Explains The Secret To His Success

When it comes to overnight success… none has been as successful as Paul L. Thompson. Two years ago… Paul was a middling writer who had seen some success. Now… he’s one of the top 100 bestselling authors in America. What caused such a sensation? What caused one Western author to sell over 8 million pages …

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Jan 26

Riding With Guns Along The Weary River: An Interview With Bestselling Western Author John D. Fie, Jr.

This interview is with one of the giants of the Western writing world… John D. Fie, Jr! You may already know about his books, “Incident at Benson’s Creek,” “Luke Pressor: U.S. Marshal,” and “Blood on the Plains.” These books have been picked up by Western readers, libraries and even bookstores around the world. If you haven’t …

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Jan 24

Simple Question: Do You Want Your Western To Hit The Bestseller Charts?

Well, Cherokee Parks has gone and done it. Four of his books are currently in the Western top 100. He will end up with a pretty decent-sized cut of Western sales this month, and it’s a fantastic thing to see. It’s also great to see Scott Harris, Mark Baugher, John D. Fie, Jr., David Watts, …

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Jan 11

Are You Ready For Your Western Novel To Be A Success?

  If you can believe it, you can achieve it… I wrote those words last year without understanding the impact they would have on the people with whom I work. Since those fateful words last year, I have found that the self-belief those Western authors have discovered in their own books has taken them to …

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Oct 25

How Bestseller Baugher Turned His New Hit Western Into A Blockbuster Motion Picture

With “C-Bar” from Mark Baugher currently climbing towards the top 100… I thought it might be useful for me to share one of Marks articles for “Westerner” magazine with you all. This is the story of how Mark Baugher made his book into a movie. A real movie. You can learn more about “C-Bar” by …

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May 11

And They Said “100,000” Paid Pages Read Per Day For A Month Was Impossible…

Lately, I have noticed that people are still saying that there is no audience for Westerns. There’s just no audience. It’s just impossible to get Westerns read. People just don’t want to read them. Right? Wrong. I think it’s just about time you and I had another chat. Yes… you… you… I want to have …

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