FEATURED EXCERPT …
My eyes snapped open in the strange gray light of early morning as a grizzly grunted hot breath in my face. It stank of death and rancid meat. I heard Jake, my buckskin stallion, neighing and thrashing in the undergrowth, hobbled and unable to run from this certain death.
I lay on my side, my Bowie knife just under my fingertips, the handle laced down with a rawhide strip. That’s me to a T—safe at all costs. Only this time my caution could cost me my life…. [read more]
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Friday, April 7, 2017, mid-afternoon: For a while it was perfect. But then that’s the way it often is with ideal moments. Low, gray clouds parted, offering a too-tempting, vast patch of unstained blue with the sun pinned bold and warming in the center of it. What...read more
We are six weeks, give or take, from the release of my novel, Stranded: A Story of Frontier Survival (May 17, Five Star Publishing). It’s the story, based on a true account, of a young girl who travels West with her family and comes to be, you guessed it, stranded,...read more
It seems they love Roamer and ol’ Maple Jack across the big pond! Yep, Nicholas Litchfield wrote a fine review of my latest novel, NORTH OF FORSAKEN (A Roamer and Maple Jack Western) for the Lancashire Evening Post. And since the column is syndicated, I’m told the...read more