Two fellow members of Anthem Authors have books reviewed in the February 2016 issue of Roundup Magazine, the official publication of Western Writers of America.
Since many readers of this website’s blog do not subscribe to Roundup Magazine, I want to take this opportunity to recognize these two members of Anthem Authors, and call your attention to their writings. Each of these authors has provided critical advice to me which has resulted in improving my writing of The Iron Horse Chronicles.
Donna Mabry’s novel Kimimela is reviewed by Sandy Whiting on page 28 of Roundup Magazine in the Fiction category of the “Book Reviews” section. This book is available from Amazon in both paperback and Kindle versions and from Barnes & Noble in paperback. In addition to her historical romances with a western orientation, of which Kimimela is one, Donna writes mysteries and thrillers. She is also the author of the acclaimed memoir Maude.
R. Michael Wilson’s Train Robbery in North America is reviewed by Monty McCord on page 30 of the magazine in the Nonfiction category of the “Book Reviews” section. His latest book is available from Amazon and Barnes & Noble in paperback. Bob, as he is known to fellow Anthem Authors’ members, has written over twenty books, authored five articles in Wild West Magazine, and has been featured on the History Channel’s “Wild West Tech” television series.
On page 37 of the magazine you will find the announcement that my novel Bear Claws, The Iron Horse Chronicles–Book Two, will be released in a large print edition by Wheeler Publishing in February, 2016. This large print edition is available for preorder now in paperback from both Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Rod Miller reviewed Bear Claws in the December 2015 issue of Roundup Magazine.
To be a member of Anthem Authors you must reside in Sun City Anthem, Henderson, Nevada. You can learn more about the club’s members and their writings at: http://www.anthemauthors.com/home.html