Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Blog Me, Baby - Giveaway

Yee Haw! If you love reading Westerns or writing about the West, here's a blog for you.

Cactus Country is a new blog about Western writing, featuring articles, stories, art work, and excerpts from Western novels.

Lou Turner, the heart and hand behind High Hill Press and Cactus Country, is offering free copies of Dusty Richards' Writing the West as an incentive to the first ten people who become followers of Cactus Country.

For details on how to win a copy of Writing the West with Dusty Richards and Friends, visit the links above for High Hill Press and Cactus Country.

But be quick on the draw because there are only a couple free copies left.

8 comments:

  1. Thanks for the mention, Donna. We're getting content on both the webpage and the blog and boy am I slow. The reason I'm slow is when I go to get a picture, I spend the next gazillion hours doing research because it's so much fun. So if someone can please tell me how NOT to spend my life blogging, I'd appreciate it much.
    A Cactus Country gal.

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  2. I'll pop right over. Who can pass up a good western?

    Pat
    www.critteralley.blogspot.com

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  3. Hi Donna, As always, you're quick on the draw and on letting your followers know about fun opportunities! Have a great writing day!

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  4. Thanks for the link. I love westerns!

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  5. Dusty said to tell everyone thanks. He'd get on here and say it himself, but real cowboys have a hard time with new-fangled things like blogs and facebook and websites.
    Lou

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  6. Hi All,
    I noticed a lot of you popped on over to Cactus Country and became followers. I'm sure Lou and Dusty appreciate it.
    Thanks,
    Donna

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  7. Cool, as I live in "purple sage" country, I love everything about the west, including westerns!

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