Coming tomorrow, Scandalous: An Owen Family Story.
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There’s so much going on out my way, that I don’t really know where to start. I guess Fresh Book Friday is a good Starting Place.
Marsha Ward did not write the five novels of The Owen Family Saga in order, but there is definitely an optimal reading order, and here it is in one grand box set collection.
The Complete Owen Family Saga is a chronological ordering for optimal reading pleasure and understanding of the five novels within: Gone for a Soldier, The Man from Shenandoah, Spinster’s Folly, Ride to Raton, and Trail of Storms.
The Owen Family is headed by Rod Owen, with his wife Julia at his side to hand him a daily dose of love and humility. Their sons and daughters are fun-loving and a bit rowdy, but intensely loyal to God, Virginia, and family. Not even the Civil War and its hardships can quell their spirits, but in quiet times, the losses seem overwhelming.
Join Rod and Julia Owen, their sons, daughters, and neighbors in Colorado Territory and beyond for action, adventure and romance in 19th Century America.
This box set was first published as an ebook collection, but I was persuaded that some people might like the set in print. Here it is, all 798 pages of it.
The Promotional Price will increase to the Regular Price of $34.95 on June 1, so get the collection while you can at a discount of over $50.00 off the cost of the novels purchased individually.
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In other news, Western Stories: Four Tales of the West is now available in both ebook and print, with a brand new cover:
In addition, I’m in the process of changing the cover for Spinster’s Folly due to re-numbering issues with the original print cover that I couldn’t overcome. I hope you will like it when it trickles down through the system:
In the next few days I’ll have a brand new book for writers available! Keep watch for THE CHECKLIST: Indie Publishing My Way.
Taxes! I don’t mind paying my fair share to support the constitutionally required services of my country, but I hate doing the paperwork! I favor a 10% flat tax. If that’s all God requires, it should be good enough for the U.S. government!
I received the booth number this morning for my appearance at Phoenix ComiCon, May 25-28.
Come see me in the Lower Level Exhibit Hall, Hall 6, on the south end against the wall in Booth #1797. The booth carries the name Four Carat Press. Two of the authors in the booth are with that publishing house. I’m not, but I’m excited to invite you to explore your inner geek with me.
Here’s the map (click to expand view). Scroll down, down, down: