For those who are interested in actually paying for something I wrote instead of all the freebies I've been cranking out for years, Swords & Sixguns is the umbrella title for the series of novels I've been working on in one form or another since 1994. The manuscript for the first novel has been finished for quite some time, and after being let go by two different publishers within a two-year span, I finally decided to buckle down and go with self-publishing in 2016. It took a darn long time to get my work out there, but I'm happy to say that the first novel in the series, Swords & Sixguns: An Outlaw's Tale, is now available for purchase.
The paperback edition can be ordered from Amazon for $15.00, thanks to CreateSpace's on-demand printing service. It's also possible to order through some brick-and-mortar bookstores (just ask a clerk to see if it's in their system), and I've been doing my best to get copies into various shops around Michigan and Ohio. Plus, I've been putting in appearances at cons, which has been the best for sales so far (keep an eye on the main page for schedule details).
If you prefer to read your books in a digital format, you can also buy a Kindle version for $6.00. And if you do happen to buy the regular paperback through Amazon, it's part of the Kindle Matchbook program, which enables you to buy the Kindle version for only 99 cents.
To see any other blog posts that pertain to Swords & Sixguns, this link should give you the full list of 'em. You can also go directly to a preview of Chapter 2 that I posted in September 2012 -- there have been some minor edits since then, but overall this is what you'll see on the page when you read the novel. And for those of you who do the Facebook thing, there's an official Swords and Sixguns page...jump on the bandwagon early and go give it a like.