Tag Archive: Writers

Nov 10

Can You Follow A Recipe? You’ll Have The Next Number One Bestseller

I recently sat through one of the worst book selling seminars I have ever attended. The two-hour lecture rambled on along the lines of “promise to be good, try to be nice and readers will buy your books.” That’s it. Everything is going to be just fine. Don’t make loud statements, don’t tell anyone about …

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Nov 10

The World Through McLendon’s Glasses: An Interview with Author Rebecca McLendon

What is a writer? An entertainer? A genius? A vessel through which ideas are expressed? I’ve often pondered on that question. I’m sure you have too. This interview is with Rebecca McLendon, who has written a new book. This book is not a clod. It’s a fantastic look at the way our modern world looks …

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Nov 04

The Hard-Hitting Western World of Bestselling Author P.W. Burroughs

When it comes to notable names in the Western writing world, you will recognize a great many of them… But P.W. Burroughs stands at the top of the mountain with his giant hits “Bloodshed at Pecan’s Township” and “Bounty At Devil’s Pass.” These two Westerns have catapulted Burroughs out in front of thousands of readers. But …

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Sep 29

REBLOGGED The Wild Bunch cont: Casting Call Part 2

A Wilder Bunch?? Casting Call Part 2 / Dutch Engstrom / Ernest Borgnine The Wild Bunch 1973 Wikipedia says: “Among those considered to play Dutch Engstrom wereCharles Bronson, Jim Brown, Alex Cord, Robert Culp, Sammy Davis, Jr., Richard Jaeckel, Steve McQueen, and George Peppard. Ernest Borgnine was cast based on his performance in The Dirty Dozen (1967). Who would you …

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Aug 02

San Francisco, The Summer of Love, and Author David Watts: Have You Discovered “The Lucifer Connection?”

From the astounding beauty of his writing, one must believe that he is one of the writers we can truly call talented. His new book, “The Lucifer Connection,” is currently riding high on the bestseller charts, and this interview will explain how that so very popular book came to be. This interview is frank, fascinating …

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Jul 28

The Gunfighter and The Writer: An Interview with Western Bestseller B.W. Hedgepeth

For most of us the legends of the Old West are just characters in stories. For B.W. Hedgepeth they are a reality. B.W. is a living descendant of Western folk legend Marion Hedgepeth. “The Debonair Bandit,” his new book, tells the story of Marion Hedgepeth as it’s never been told before. This is one Western …

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Jun 29

Could You Increase Your Book Sales By Simply Doing Something Like This?

I was asked once what it would take to make a Western novel a bestseller. A good story? A great editor? A fantastic cover? I agreed that all of these things were important—but the two most important ingredients had been neglected and overlooked. These two ingredients are confidence and consistency. Two words that you are …

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Jun 28

Why It’s Better To Be A Sinner: An Interview With Hybrid Author Megan Elizabeth

Readers have been enjoying Megan Elizabeth for some time now. Her first book “Sinners Craving” is currently available for 99 cents. If you are looking for a new paranormal series filled with great writing, this might be the series for you? You can learn more about the author through this interview… Why don’t you give …

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Jun 23

Wild Is The West: An Interview With New Western Bestseller Weldon R. Shaw

  Lone Wolf is a novel for those who believe in true love and sacrifice for that one special person you love. To love someone so much you are willing to die for them to insure they are safe. It unfolds in the time frame of the 1840’s, in a wilderness of Montana which had …

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Jun 21

The Amazing Mr Breland: An Interview With Bestselling Western Author Jeff Breland

For Jeff Breland, it comes naturally. It’s a natural thing for him to sit down with a pad and pencil to write a story. A story that could take him many places, to many different times. For readers, it’s a natural thing to want to read a Breland story. An educated man might wonder at …

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