An engaging story that aptly weaves in plenty of historical information about the Old West and back East. Thought-provoking!
A tale of self-discovery, personal growth, romance, family ties, loyalty a stunning portrayal set in 1806 Ohio - a gripping tale of survival young women orphaned.
Rich in detail and exceptional in development, A River Divides is Michael Roueche’s second novel focused on a few characters whose lives are inextricably challenged and changed by the political upheaval of the Civil War.
There is an old frontier saying "A cowboy is a man with guts and a horse" and we are pretty sure that "A writer is someone with guts and a pen."
The Official List of the Chanticleer 2014 Grand Prize Winners of the Blue Ribbon Writing Competitions
We are excited and honored to have announced the 2014 grand prize award winners at the second annual Chanticleer Authors Conference's Awards Banquet held on Tuesday, Sept. 29th, 2015 at the Hotel Bellwether by beautiful Bellingham Bay, Wash.
Chaucer Award Winners for Historical Fiction and Laramie Award Winners for Western Fiction to be Recognized at HNS Conference
Attention Chaucer and Laramie Award Winners! Please read this important announcement!
The mystery is set during the rough and tumble California mining days of 1869. Meg Mims vividly brings these times to life with her accurate historical research and her clear and striking imagery of bustling towns, dangerous quicksilver mines, and rugged landscapes. An entertaining Western mystery read with just the right amount of romance.