America’s Newest Hitmaker: An Interview With Western Star A.H. Holt

Anne Haw Holt, or A.H.Holt, is from Richmond, VA – attended PVCC in Charlottesville, Mary Baldwin in Staunton, FSU in Tallahassee, FL – Ph.D. in History. Writes family stories set in the American west. Published FROM WRITER TO AUTHOR on Kindle in January. This work helps writers polish their manuscripts to publish on Kindle or send to a publisher. Anne just completed TEN IN TEXAS, a story of a settler…

“Airwolf” Star Alex Cord Set To Publish His First Western

From movie star to TV star to award-winning author, Alex Cord has done it all. His new book has taken him back to his roots– the Western. When Alex was asked to write a Western, it didn’t dawn on him how popular this decision would turn out to be. Western readers are still a force in the book world, and this new Cord Western should prove to be one of…

Little Ole Western Writing Me: An Interview with Western Bestseller J.C. Hulsey

Being a Western writer is one of the most rewarding experiences a man can have. Being a Western publisher must give J.C. Hulsey a pile of pleasure. This interview is all about the man behind the books. It’s all about writing books. His books have sold thousands of copies, and have won awards. His first book “Angel Falls, Texas” is considered by many Western readers to be an essential read.  But what turns…

To Be The Kin of an Outlaw: An Interview with Western Author B.W. Hedgepeth

This interview is something a little different. B.W. Hedgepeth is the descendant of one of the greatest bandits of the American West. The book is called “The Debonair Bandit,” and it’s hero is a man called Marion Hedgepeth. You can learn more about his ordeals here.   So, why did B.W. want to write a book about his famous ancestor? Well… who wouldn’t, and who better than B.W. to write the…

The Meandering Trail: What Every Cowboy Needs

I am not a cowboy by birth. No, I was born in the big city. A city slicker. I only became a cowboy, in my dreams, through Saturday morning Westerns on TV and Western movies starring John Wayne and James Stewart. So when I started to write Westerns, a friend of mine asked what were the essential items a cowboy needed? To be honest, I was stumped. What does a…

The Long and Winding Trail: An Interview with Western Writing Star E.C. Herbert

E.C. Herbert, better known as Al, was brought up in Laconia, New Hampshire. His favorite childhood game, cowboys and Indians, inspired a lifelong love of the Old West and its history. His favorite author is Ralph Cotton. He and his wife, Marion, live in Fort Wayne, Indiana. This exclusive interview with E.C should explain why he has been so successful with his Western novels. He is a man who writes…

Why Readers Love Travis McGaughey…

Can eighteen people be wrong? I don’t think so! That’s how many five star reviews ‘The Medicine Tree’ by Texas author Travis McGaughey. McGaughey is an amateur archeologist and did his research on this story. McGaughey says there is a mystery character in one of the chapters and challenges anyone that finds it to let him know to find out if they found him. Yes, it is a him. Sorry…

So, You Want To Be A Western Writing Star?

Today’s interview is with a book promoter. His name Nick Wale, and he has the distinction of having had 15 books in the Western top 100 at the same time. He started off working for thriller writer Cliff Roberts, and during their first year together, he helped move $100,000 dollars’ worth of his thrillers. He then worked with romance superstar MJ Summers and helped her novel “Break in Two” become…

Traditions From Spain

The ranchers brought with them other Spanish traditions. They organized their landholdings as haciendas. A hacienda engaged in any money-making business: lumber, sheep, mining, farming, etc. However, the further north from central Mexico the haciendas spread, the more they became limited to cattle raising and the larger they grew in order to support the herds. Over time, the hacienda became an enclosed community, a feudal estate, whose workers and their…

J.R. Evers Signs with Outlaws Publishing

Outlaws Publishing is proud to announce we have just signed an exclusive contract with author J.R. Evers, a fellow Texan. J.R., like so many new authors has been struggling to self-publish his stories and discovered Outlaws Publishing, a company who is dedicated to helping new authors with that struggle. J.R. writes westerns, our favorite genre of stories. We will be releasing his first book in the near future. We believe,…