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13 full length Western stories brought to you by USA Today, Wall Street Journal and Amazon best-selling authors!Saturday, June 8th, 2019
Contemporary Western RomanceÂ
Favorite Book Award Winner Bronze 2018.
Western Love Story about a bull riding rancher and his deceased best
buddy’s Thai immigrant mail order bride. As she discovers the power
of freedom, he discovers he’s lost his heart.
Weston Beaudurantâ€™s buddy, rodeo clown Cody Goode is killed in a
rodeo accident — gored by the maniacal bull Baby Face that Weston is
riding, Weston is consumed with guilt. The day after the accident,
while going through Codâ€™s papers, lawyer Wynona Vasquez discovers
that he had been secretly engaged to a Thai immigrant who is arriving
by train that evening.
by unanimous decision to be the welcoming committee, Weston arrives
at the train station prepared for anything but the lovely forlorn
creature he finds waiting in the rain. Though appearing waif-like,
Song Phan-Rang is anything but fragile. Her mettle quickly rises to
the surface in her determination to remain in Y-oh-ming.
together by their circumstances, Weston and Song are explosive. Used
to solitude, Weston is driven crazy by the obliging Song. But as Song
shows her prowess not only as a housekeeper and cook, but as a rider
and rancher as well, Weston discovers that against his best efforts
(and damned if he’ll ever admit it) — he’s falling in love.
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from the Big Country is a wild west thrill ride with 13 full length
Western stories brought to you by USA Today, Wall Street Journal and
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Podgorskiâ€™s stage plays have been produced in Los Angeles, New York
City and regionally. She had the privilege of interviewing Dr.
Elisabeth Kubler-Ross for her one-act play Windstorm, which was
presented as part of the annual festival CelebrateWomen that Leigh
also co-produced. We Are Still Here, the story of Cahuilla Indian
elder Katherine Siva Saubel, was premiered at the Gene Autry Western
Heritage Museum as part of CelebrateWomen 2000. The play has been
presented throughout Southern California at college campuses,
Universities, and Indian Reservations and Casinos.
addition to her plays, Leigh has penned several original
award-winning screenplays and several of her monologues have been
published through Meriwether Publishing, Ltd..
produced her first documentary, We Are Still Here, based on the play
in 2007, which she also wrote and directed. The film has screened at
the. American Indian Film Festival, Sherman Indian Film Festival, Cal
State San Marcos Native American Film Festival, and the Talking Stick
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Time Travel WesternÂ
a time traveling Texas Ranger supposed to do?
Houston is being harassed by a ghost. Trouble is brewing and her name
is Margarite. She’s an unrelenting force determined to get his
attention. It may be too late for her, but if she could get him to
listen, she may be able to save some lives.
story of unrequited love, the power of healing, and the embracing
need to never give up. Unforgettable moments and unforgettable
characters will tug at the heartstrings with a myriad of
Ghost is a touching story brimming with down-home Texas charm.
from May 6th to May 10th!!**
mother, author, and time traveling adventurer. Born and raised in
Newport, RI where history is a way of life, Pamela Ackerson now lives
on the Space Coast of Florida, a hop, skip, and jump from Orlando,
where imagination and fantasy abounds. With the love of reading, she
graduated to writing non-fiction, historical fiction, time travel,
and children’s preschool/first reader books.
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Texas with my wonderful treasure of a husband, my spoiled dog, Jacs, and my
awesome son, Josh. Did I say I was blessed? The PacJac is from my initials and my
husbands. I wouldn’t be able to write if it weren’t for him. I love adventureÂ and the open road. The stories of the western era have always been a favoriteÂ of mine. I enjoy writing, and my goal is to write stories readers will enjoy.
of going to Montana, but heâ€™s the only son and his mother doesnâ€™t want him to
go and his father needs help with the family store. Unknown to Zeb, his mother
sends off for a mail order bride. After all, if Zeb marries and settles down,
he wonâ€™t want to leave.
appears to be the perfect bride for Zeb. Except she also wants to go to MontanaÂ and nothing is going to stop her especially her love for Zeb.
KickingÂ a rock down the road, Zeb tried everything to stop the calling in his heart to
go to Montana. Heâ€™d been ten when an old mountain man sat on the bench in front
of their store and told him tales of mountains that reached to the heavens and
a sky so big, blue, and wide that youâ€™d think it was going to come down and
swallow you. Of a place where grass grew higher than a buffalo and gold nuggets
lined the ground just waiting for a feller to come and pick them up.
LoweringÂ his head, Zeb prayed. â€œGod, I know Your Word says to honor your mother and
father. Iâ€™m trying. I donâ€™t know how much longer I can stay and work in that
store. Itâ€™s not in my heart to do so. Either change me or set me free. Amen.â€
leave and resigned himself to another day in the family store.
ShakingÂ his head, Franklin Benton got up from the table. Towering over Delia, he
wrapped his arms around her and held her tight. â€œI know how you fear him
leaving. If Zeb goes, weâ€™ll handle it. Together.
TheÂ woman waved her over. â€œWell, donâ€™t just stand there. Do you have your papers?â€
ShufflingÂ through some papers, Mrs. Chandler pulled out a piece of stationery decorated
with roses. â€œI received this request just yesterday. A man named Zebulon in
Colorado is seeking the perfect wife with blond hair.â€ She ran a finger over
the stationery and frowned. â€œThough just what kind of man would write on such a
flowery and perfumed paper makes me wonder of his, well, his masculinity.
Perhaps, you would care to take a chance on this,â€ she looked down. â€œZebulon
GusÂ grew thoughtful. â€œOnce I did. Every now and then the lure of quick riches and
the unknown carefree life of a drifter tickles my soul, but then I think of
Myra and the children. There isnâ€™t anything that compares to holding a woman
you love so much you canâ€™t tell where they end and you start. And the children.
I know theyâ€™re loud and wild, but I see them, and I see how life goes on. Yeah,
Zeb, you need to find a good woman to marry.â€
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Sara Barnard and her family of six make their home deep in the recesses of Native America with a trio of rescue dogs, a trifecta of rescue cats, a flock of Easter Egger chickens, and a “tiny” herd of Dwarf Nigerian pygmy goats.
Tell us more about it. Perhaps a back cover blurb.Â
Disillusioned and feeling there is more to life than can be found on her family’s Indiana farm, atypical Amish girl Katie Knepp bucks tradition and leaves everything behind, bound for a supposed Mennonite settlement rumored to be somewhere around Old Amarillo, Texas. But the trail to Texas is a hard one, laced with disease, would-be-could-be bandits, and a drought so severe that turning back isn’t an option. During her epic overland struggle, Katie discovers friendship, even in the ever-present outlaw element, a strength in herself she’d never dreamed she possessed, and those in her past who refuse to become unwilling memories. Katie’s story isn’t Amish, nor is it western . . . it is uniquely Texan.
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Anthology, Wandering Weeds: Tales of Rabid Vegetation by 10 very imaginative authors.
Here is the blurb:
They roll in from unknown places, mysterious and unexplained. They take root, take over, spread to all corners and refuse to be eradicated. no one can say why they came, but there’s no arguing that they’re up to no good.
David J. West
These plants are out for blood, and getting rid of them will take a certain kind of hero – the best kind. Twenty-five tales of evil weeds to entertain, enthrall and change the way you look at the unwelcome invaders in your lawn.
Eric J. Guignard
From feral tumbleweeds to ravenous seaweed, from alien life forms to migrating asteroid fields, in these pages you will find fairy tales and weird westerns, space romps and chilling horror stories. Scary or silly, wicked or wily, these plants are here to stay.
This book contains some wild tales of all genres and kinds. They are some twenty-four far-fetched but very entertaining tales to please all tastes.
You will find westerns tales, futuristic ones, a Sci-Fi poem and everything under the sun. They are well edited and they flow easily from the pen of each author.
I am amazed to see so many tales with only one word in common â€œTumbleweeds.â€ I am also impressed at the way such a boring word can bring such an array of ideas to be set in the same book.
Rebecca L. Brown
It only goes to say that these authors have great imaginations and they have spilled it over the pages of this book. It is certainly a different and completely wonderful set of tales.
Bryan Thomas Schmidt
This is a great book for a wintery day, or a next to the pool summer read. Awesome work.
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Well, like I said in the blog before thisâ€¦ A battle scene is fast paced and you can make it a surprise attack or an expected battle. Just remember that you want to hook your readers fast, and not all battle scenes will do it by themselves. You have to make the readers care for the one who is losing and despise those who are winning. (more…)