AM I THE ONLY ONE . . . who loves the feel of a brand-new book in my hands?

Dick and I have been at our computers every morning for months writing, correcting, and then writing some more.  Somedays the ideas flow so quickly that it’s difficult to get them down on paper.  Other days, a blank screen seems to be mocking our efforts.  All the starts and stops are worth it though, when the finished product is sent off to the printer.  Even then our minds fill with thoughts of changes that we could have made. 

Our most recent writings have finally come together, gone to the printer, and we’ve been able to hold the finished book in our hands………PAPPY’S GOLD is the 6th of The Crows series and we know you will enjoy it even if you haven’t read the first six.  As a matter of fact, each book in the series could easily be a stand-alone book with its own excitement and piece of history.

PAPPY’S GOLD is the story of Thomas Adams, who later is given the nickname Pappy.  He becomes orphaned at the age of 16 and, lying his age, joins the confederacy to fight in the civil war.  During this time of killing or be killed, Thomas leaves his youth behind and faces hard truths about adulthood. When the war finally ends, he returns to his burned-out ranch to try to rescue not only the property but also himself.  Secretly marrying, causes his father-in-law to threaten imprisonment for rape and forces him to turn his ranch over to his bride and quickly leave the area.  This leads to discovering his gold mine and, 17 years later, to his partnering up with Vern Johnson, who convinces him to write to his long-lost wife.  After re-connecting with her, they’ll will sell their gold mine, later joining together to turn Vern’s cattle ranch into a successful operation.

The book contains a rags-to-riches story, gold mining failures and success, injury and healing, war, love, friends and foes.  It is now available on Amazon.com in paperback or e-book.  You can also purchase a signed copy here on our blog by going to our BOOKS page.  Once you’ve read the book, please let us know what you think, leave a review on Amazon and follow us for more interesting articles and more exciting books.   



Gram use’ta say

Be tolerant of others but don’t allow yourself to be used as a doormat


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.