Michelle McLean’s ‘The Gunslinger’s Guide to Avoiding Matrimony’ Is the Western the World Needs Right Now [REVIEW]

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In Desperation, a gunslinger finds more than sanctuary. (Photo courtesy Canva)

He just wants a fresh start. She just wants a father who won’t embarrass her. Neither one of them is interested in marriage. But suddenly they find themselves caught in the middle of a marriage mart and unwittingly married. Will they split just as suddenly as they wed? Or could this new arrangement prove lucrative for both of them? Find out in Michelle McLean’s hilarious new romantic comedy, The Gunslinger’s Guide to Avoiding Matrimony.

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‘The Notorious Black Bart 1883’ Will Have You Reaching for Your Stetson Once More [BOOK BLAST]

The Notorious Black Bart 1883 Book BlastThere’s something about the Old West that has captivated our imaginations for years. Perhaps it’s that the men were rugged and wild, and so was the terrain. Maybe it’s that the vast expanse of country which opened up after the Civil War promised freedom and adventure. Or quite possibly, it’s because wordsmiths like Louis L’Amour, Zane Grey and Max Brand chronicled the lives of the gunslingers, lawmen, gamblers, pioneers and others in the pages of their novels so deftly that they made us all want to be cowboys at some point in our lives. (After all, haven’t we all imagined ourselves perching stetsons high atop our heads, pinning stars to our vests and practicing drawing Colt revolvers out of holsters riding low on our hips?) Now there’s a new novelist in town. Meet A. E. Wasserman. She will fuel your imagination once again as she brings the West back to vivid life in her new book, The Notorious Black Bart 1883.  Read more of this post