One of Western Fiction Review's favourite authors, David Whitehead, has been busy making some of his books available for Kindle. The following four are out now:
The Doug Thorne books are written with one of Germany's top western authors, Alfred Wallon.
Hang 'Em All is the first in the Judge and Jury series.
Sometime during the next week or so the following three books will be available:
The Silver Trail is the first in the Carter O'Brien series. The Wilde Boys is the first in the Wilde Boys series. Apacheria is the first in the Sam Lockwood series.
Soon after David will make available:
Rattler Creek is the first in the Jim Allison series. It is hoped that the following two titles will become available at this time too: Gunsmoke Legend, the first Ash Colter book, and Heller, the first in the Heller series.
If you like to read other genres too, then you should consider these two books that are both out now:
The latest issue of Black Horse Extra is out and, as usual, contains a great mix of western reading.
New Black Horse author Lee Clinton looks at the book True Grit in depth and discusses just why it works so well.
Jack Martin offers thoughts on writing hardboiled westerns.
And there's plenty of other articles to enjoy too.
And just in case you missed them here are some links to some other great western posts on other blogs:
Troy D. Smith has written a great article at Western Fictioneers that looks at Western Comics.
An interview with Robert Randisi can be found here.
An interview with Peter Brandvold can be found here.
And if you enjoy watching some of the more obscure and unknown western films, David Robbins, has been posting about some here. These include Johnny Depp in Dead Man, Brad Hunt in The Journeyman, and Sam Shepard in Purgatory.