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Oct.21.2012
It's Sunday and the new 'Cowboy Lore & Legend' with it's continuing series  'Montana Facts' is out at Stan Lynde's blog.  Don't miss this week's, 'A Wild Fourth of July in Lewistown!' http://stanlyndeauthor.com/?page_id=3393 bb    
stan-lynde's picture
Oct.14.2012
  Read about Calamity Jane this week in Stan Lynde's Cowboy Lore & Legend:  Montana Facts.   http://stanlyndeauthor.com/?page_id=3390   bb    
stan-lynde's picture
Oct.11.2012
This week's Cowboy Lore & Legend: Montana Facts ~ Coming Day's 'Thunderbird' Ride.  See it  at Stan's blog.   http://stanlyndeauthor.com/?page_id=3387   Also, visit Stan's facebook page to see his AWESOME self portrait (cover photo)! http://www.facebook.com/pages/Stan-Lynde-...
charles-redner's picture
Sep.30.2012
A salute is in order for those responsible for helping 99-year-old author, John Romano launch his memoir, I SHOULD HAVE BEEN A COWBOY. Champagne, cake, music and poets added to the festivities held yesterday in Laguna Woods, CA  … western music by Ross Costa, and cowboy readings by...
christopher-cudworth's picture
Sep.14.2012
May is always a bittersweet month. Spring grows full and lush. Buds swell, then burst. Summer rushes into the landscape like a flood, while the freshness and hope of May wash away.  On one late May afternoon, during a run on a favorite loop that followed the course of a national wild and...
christopher-cudworth's picture
Sep.14.2012
May is always a bittersweet month. Spring grows full and lush. Buds swell, then burst. Summer rushes into the landscape like a flood, while the freshness and hope of May wash away.  On one late May afternoon, during a run on a favorite loop that followed the course of a national wild and...
cliff-burns's picture
May.28.2011
The wonderful thing about being an independent author is having the freedom to choose what projects to work on and not having to countenance arguments from moron editors and greedhead agents, who would much rather you write the same old same old and just shut up and cash the checks. Unfortunately,...
carol-mckay's picture
Apr.22.2011
Death assumes a finality of something. For us, that would be the body. One assumes from untold thousands of years of observation, the corpse decays. Even the most elaborately preserved Egyptian mummies don’t look great. Jesus is the only one reported to have walked out of a tomb, and one hopes that...
sheila-english's picture
Mar.12.2011
p { margin-bottom: 0.08in; } Every romance reader knows the story: a woman overwhelmed by the dealings of life is forced into a profession not of her own choosing (usually involving some indecent or otherwise unacceptable form of work, at least in accordance with societal norms) in order...
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Jul.28.2010
It is the musty odor of the basement that I remember the most. As my mother hung newly laundered clothes on the sagging rope strung between the chimney and the outside wall, I pretended that the dimly lit cellar of our three story tenement-house was the wild west. It was a perfect opportunity to...