Westerns are a uniquely American experience. Men and women were willing to risk everything for a chance at a better life.

Why I write Westerns

Six years ago, when I started writing, I had no intention of writing Westerns. That’s not to say I didn’t like Western books, movies, and television shows. After all, I grew up in the 1950s—the Golden Age of Westerns. As a kid, my friends and I played cowboys and Indians. Roy Rogers, The Lone Ranger, and The Cisco Kid rode across our television screen every Saturday.

I also wanted to create interesting and likable but flawed characters and insert them into this period. How would they cope with all the changes? What challenges would they face? Would they survive the changing West? Or would they blow away like a tumbleweed?

Writing has always been a lifelong dream. Finally, at 71 years young, that dream became a reality

I been fortunate to have a great team. Nick Wale, across the pond in England is my publicist, coach & mentor. My grand daughter, Katrina is my Social Media Guru and of course without a great publisher like Dusty Saddles (DSP) None of this would of been possible


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