Friday, October 12, 2012

Yeee-Haww! Halloween Reading Season



Cover for 'The Windigo'


Look-e-e here at all these weird and spooky Western stories I  spied as I ble-e-ew over! 

Cover for 'Bad Wind Blowing'     Cover for 'Widow'        


Come closer... Closer.... 
You can't read these from way out there...

         Cover for 'Ghost Colts'        Cover for 'The People in Yonder'
     Cover for 'Catch the Lightning'     Cover for 'The Divided Prey'     

 
  

How about a flicker of time- travel and a taste of danger?
 
    Cover for 'Time Plains Drifter'     Cover for 'Storm Riders'     Cover for 'Harmonica Joe's Reluctant Bride' 

Cover for 'The Grave of Marcus Pauly'     Cover for 'Song of Pierre'     Cover for 'Palomino Days'
  
         
How about some stories with bite?
Scalping and murdering...  
Blood and guts?Cover for 'The Half-Breed Gunslinger'                   
Cover for 'Last Stand at Bitter Creek'              Cover for 'Blood of the Scalphunter'

For more information about any of the tales depicted here, please visit Western Trail Blazer
http://westerntrailblazer.com

Our books and shorts are available at Smashwords.com, Amazon.com and 
most online book retailers.
                  

Be sure to drop by and participate at Karen's Haunt-O-Ween
Meet talented authors and grab Freebies and Prizes.
http://kmnbooks.blogspot.com/

6 comments:

  1. Ohh, I'm loving this Halloween-ish blog with its spooky and fun animations!! Lots of spooky contemporaries AND western books. Love the time travels too. *g* Great looking books and excellent blog, Becca. I've read several of these books and know they are definite keepers! When I find more time to read, I want to get me another handful... LOL

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  2. I had fun reading this post with its little lightning animations. Thank you so much for listing these fabulous books. The covers are spectacular.

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  3. Harmonica Joe's Reliuctant Bride is a time travel to 1910 and a paranormal. It’s about a woman with a chaotic childhood longing for a better life who falls into the past and finds a man full of secrets and a dark history—and she’s married to him. A very wicked ghost is involved in this western tale.

    Blurb:
    A haunted house, a trunk and a date with destiny.

    Lola Barton discovers a warp in time in an old trunk when she falls into 1910. She finds herself married to Joseph Wilding, a stranger shadowed by secrets. Mistaken for Callie McGraw, a thief and a woman of ill repute, Lola finds her life is threatened by a scoundrel. Joe stands between her and certain death. With danger threatening all around and secrets keeping them apart, can Joe and Lola find their destiny together? Or will time and circumstance forever divide them?

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  4. Wow, I didn't realize how many spooky westerns we had at WTB! Here are some details about mine:

    THE PEOPLE IN YONDER: "Two frontiersmen stumble across a wildly swirling aperture -mesmerizing, fantastic, and unspeakably evil. And something is trying to come through... to a place called Little Bighorn."

    THE WINDIGO: "A small group of prospectors lost in the north woods reallize they are not alone. The wild, keening howl floating on the wind chills their bones -it is a hunger older than time."

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  5. And while THE DIVIDED PREY is not supernatural, it IS very spooky... a posse traveling through the mountains with their captured quarry are attacked by a lone Apache who seems to have almost mystic abilities to blend into the surroundings, and he begins to pick them off one by one...

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  6. Here's a Halloween tale for those who go ghost hunting in cemeteries: The Curse of Tempest Gate :Unbelievable Finds Series (paranormal romance)
    Beware of the Devil's Chair---

    Blurb:

    Clarity Shaw, a reporter for Unbelievable Finds, seeks answers concerning the curse of Tempest Gate Cemetery. Warnings from the Bed and Breakfast’s receptionist and an old man only make her more curious. Determined to get her story, Clarity ventures into the old cemetery.

    Even though she is tied to the legends surrounding Tempest Gate through her ancestry, Clarity does not believe in the paranormal. She intends to collect the local versions of the stories, take some photos, and be on her way.

    A beautiful sculpture in the cemetery, a stone angel warrior, draws her attention and her admiration. Could this be the Archangel Michael? Then she finds out more than she bargains for when she sits in the devil’s chair on the eve of Halloween. Two entities need her for their own personal reasons, but only one will demand her heart

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