News 2018-02-09T19:21:03+00:00
“Double Crossing” was Meg Mims’ first published novel, though she has since published many, including the sequel to “Double Crossing” — “Double or Nothing.” “Double Crossing” won the 2012 Best First Novel Spur Award from the Western Writers of America, and it was also a finalist for the USA Book Read More
Need a fix, and have already read “Coyote Courage,” Coyote Creek,” and “Coyote Canyon?” Head on over to my author page on Rope and Wire, a website that promotes the West and those who write about it, to read a few of my featured Western stories I’ve written over the Read More
Pick a Saturday afternoon, any Saturday afternoon, and grab your favorite beverage and perhaps a good cigar. Settle in for a couple of hours and enjoy Pike Bishop’s Diamondback: Shroud of Vengeance. This is an adult Western, the 1970s and 1980s version of a pulp Western, and it’s just old-fashioned Read More
“The Day the Cowboys Quit” is a 1971 Elmer Kelton book, based in the early 1880s on the Texas Panhandle. Things are changing rapidly, and few, if any, are equipped to handle the change. The old-school cowboys want to keep their way of life, working hard for $25 a month, Read More
“The Californios” is a Louis L’Amour book, which means I’m predisposed to like it, which I did. It has been almost 10 years since the last time I read it, so the benefit of my bad memory paid off, and I got to enjoy it almost as if it were Read More