Sunday, December 30, 2012

New books and stories by Western Fictioneers

Author-members of Western Fictioneers continue to publish Western novels galore (no pun on the famous Ian Fleming character whose first name was Pussy). Below please find the latest. If something looks good to you, push a button and make a purchase. These days, that’s all it takes.

Pete Peterson
Avalon/Encore: The Relentless Gun, A Dark Trail Winding and Reckoning At Raindance, all in both paperback and Kindle... and one crime novel from Melange Books: All The Sad Young Savages, in paperback and ebook.

Dave Fisher
My latest release is The Turning of Copper Creek.  By the end of January I will have two new novels coming out, Zak Doolin's Gold and We Never Back Down, Book 4 of The Poudre Canyon Saga.  The Poudre Canyon Saga is proving to be a very popular series.  Information can be found on my website.    All these books and those that have been out for a while can be found on my Amazon Author Page .

Troy D. Smith
Lines of Blue and Gray: Tales of the Civil War is up for kindle, and paperback should be up soon as well (final proof approved.)  Also short story "Christmas Comes to Freedom Hill" is on amazon. 

Jory Sherman
The Baron Decision from High Hill Press (or maybe Cactus Country). Another western is due out from there, Deadly Duel, but don’t know if it’s available yet.  Sidewinder series, entitled Nest of Vipers

Phil Dunlap
AmazonEncore just published the fifth book in the Marshal Piedmont Kelly series, Apache Lawman. It continues the series started by Avalon Books. It is available in Trade paper and ebook formats from Amazon only. My next in the Cotton Burke series is Cotton's Devil from Berkley. It debuts January 1.

Matthew Mayo
Tucker's Reckoning (Ralph Compton series, Penguin/NAL), and Hot Lead, Cold Heart (Gritty Press).  And coming soon, a pair of short stories under the title Two for the Trail (Gritty Press). .

Cheryl Pierson
Christmas anthology that released not long ago with 4 of my western/Civil War short stories in it called A Hero For Christmas. Also had a couple of single sell short stories that released (Christmas theme) separately-- A Night for Miracles  and Meant to Be. A few weeks ago, I had a cont. rom. sus. book, Temptation's Touch that released.

And of course, my story in Six Guns and Slay Bells, and my part in Wolf Creek

Keith Souter
Medical Meddlers, Mediums and Magicians - the Victorian age of credulity (The History Press) hardback and ebook. The Classic Guide to King Arthur (Golden Guides Press) hardback and ebook. The Little Book of Golf (The History Press) hardback and ebook. The Pocket Guide to Dice and Dice Games (Pen & Sword) paperback and ebook, and due out in USA by Skyhorse 1st Jan 2013. How You Can Talk to Anyone:Teach yourself ebook: Never be lost for words (Hodder Educational) previously out in paperback.  The Curse of the Body Snatchers, the first YA novel in the series The Adventures of Jack Moon (G-Press) paperback and ebook  And in the process, due out in summer 2013. Understanding and Dealing with Stroke (Summersdale) paperback and ebook. Understanding and Dealing with Depression (Summersdale) paperback and ebook. The Tea Cyclopedia - a toast to tea (Skyhorse). Death in Transit (Hale Crime) the fifth in the Inspector McKinnon, West Uist series of crime novels - hardback. More details are on my website if needed.  

James Griffin
Death Rides the Rails has just been released by Solstice Publishing. Ebooks are available now through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and the publisher, or through my website. Print copies will be available within a week or two.

Meg Mims
My large print edition of Double Crossing is out now!! From Center Point Publishing -- it's GORGEOUS! and it was chosen a Finalist in the Best Books for 2012 by USA Book News besides winning the '12 Spur for Best First Novel!  The sequel, Double or Nothing, will be out in 2013.

James Reasoner
The Silver Alibi (A Judge Earl Stark Western)
James is a man of many words, but few words, if you get what I mean.

Charles T. Whipple
Writing as Chuck Tyrell, other than Western Fictioneers' Six-Guns and Slay Bells and 2012 Christmas Selection from Victory Tales Press, I published only two Westerns in 2012. Dollar a Day, and Road to Rimrock. Both are hardback from Black Horse Westerns and will not hit the eBook circuit for some time. 

Writing as Charles T. Whipple, I've introduced novellas about the Masacado Scrolls, a fantasy saga that is set in ancient Japan. So far, four novellas are out. The Fall of Awa, The Shadow Shield, The Road to Kio, and The Horse Soldiers.

After a look at all the credits above, just tell me the Western is dead. Ha.

Livia Reasoner / Charlie Whipple


  1. WOW! This is a lot of writing and a great finish to 2012!!!!! Let's all share this on Facebook (just takes a click of the button on the "f" box just above. Also, if you Twitter, please click that box as well, and if you google+1 that always helps, too. Let's get the word out! Big thanks to Charlie and Livia for getting this all together and posted.

  2. Right you are, Cheryl. Get the word out. All the links in the above are live and take the curious right to the book's Amazon spot, or to a writer's website. Whenever you have a new book out, Western Fictioneers, give us the lowdown and a thumbnail of the cover, along with all the web places it can be found, and one of us will get it on the blog. Surely.