News 2018-02-09T19:21:03+00:00
22 September


I was contacted by a publisher yesterday who would like to publish both of my Westerns, “Coyote Courage” and “Coyote Creek,” as well as any future Western novels I write. He went so far as to send a contract, which is being reviewed now by my son, who is an attorney, Read More
The first question you have to ask yourself as you’re starting to read “Henry Goes Arizona” is, “Am I reading a comedy with a Western bent, or a Western, with a bit of comedy thrown in?” Either way, it’s fun to read about a lifetime vaudevillian, who rather than taking Read More
Johnston McCulley’s “The Mark of Zorro” was released, under this name, in 1924. It was originally published in 1919 under the name “The Curse of Capistrano,” which is Zorro’s other nickname throughout the book. Even most of us who haven’t read the book are familiar with the story through a Read More
I just finished reading the best book I have read in a long time, maybe one of the best I’ve ever read. Clair Huffaker is the author of the 1973 novel “The Cowboy and the Cossack.” The novel has all the makings of a traditional Western. It takes place in Read More
I was recently at a blues club, getting ready to listen to some great music. We had a few people in our group, and shortly before the band came on, a friend of friend walked up to me, introduced himself and shared that he had read “Coyote Courage.” He went Read More