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By Tammi Knorr
Sunbury Press has released author Mark Mitten's debut novel "Sipping Whiskey in a Shallow Grave" about cowboy life in 1887 Colorado.
By Elaine Smith, Vice President
The newly launched IPTV network, www.classicwestern.tv, offers up good clean fun with its video and radio programming.
By Sheila Gilmore
Emmy Award-winning Sports Director and TV Anchor at NBC, Dallas/Ft. Worth Scott Murray Will Serve As Master Of Ceremony
By Brighton Publishing
Robert D. Jones signs with Brighton Publishing LLC for “Winchester: One of One Thousand,” the saga of a very special 1873 Winchester rifle and the men who owned it
By ConRoca Publishing
Author of 'The Last Good Horse' asks Facebook Friends To Get The Word Out On Latest Novel.
By Tiffany Holmes
Author Services, Inc., established specifically to handle the multi-genre line of stories written by L. Ron Hubbard in the 1930s and 1940s, announces the availability of the Stories from the Golden Age in several popular eBook formats.
By Lauren Blaine Artist Management
Golden Age Theater in Hollywood, CA presents live, old-time radio type dramatic reads of 30's/40's pulp fiction classics and are using the same 21st century Mobile Marketing that might have been in their Sci-fi classics to increase their attendees.
By Linda Aksomitis
Linda Aksomitis takes her newest historical novel, Longhorns and Outlaws, on a virtual book tour in March 2009. Resource Links listed it as one of the Best Books of 2008 for readers aged 9+.
By W. R. Benton
Young George Alwood the Third heads west to the Rocky Mountains, following an argument with his wealthy father. He has no idea what fate has in store for him. The year is 1825.