Title: Reilly’s Luck
Author: Louis L’Amour
Number of Pages: 229 pages
What is this book about?
Reilly’s Luck is one of L’Amour’s best novels. In it Will Reilly – an honest professional gambler – becomes the guardian of a four-year old boy named Valentine Darrant. The duo travels the West and Europe as Will makes his living. When Will is killed, Val must make his way alone relying on the skills and judgment Will taught him.
Why should you read this book?
I started reading westerns when I was about fourteen. My dad read them so I asked him what book I should start with. He handed me Reilly’s Luck and I have to say my life has never been the same. Up until then my reading interest was predominately mountain men and western history. Louis L’Amour’s westerns gave me a much richer flavor of the Old West. Reilly’s Luck was no exception.
Reilly’s Luck contains action, adventure, good and evil. I’m betting you will enjoy it as much as I did then (and still do)…and that it just might change your life like it changed mine.
Have you read this book? If you have, what did you think?
This past Saturday we had our very first book signing at the Full Circle Book Store in Oklahoma City. We appreciate everyone who stopped by to say hello and grab a book – we had a wonderful time!
Our next book signing will be in Estes Park, CO at the Macdonald Book Shop, June 15th at 10 am. So, if you happen to live in the area, we’d love for you to stop by!
Happy New Year 2013!!!
Here at Shadowtime Writers, we are expecting great and wonderful things in the coming 12 months. Tahosa Treasure is set for official release on January 8th – what a way to start off the new year! Look for it then on Amazon, Kindle and Barnes & Noble!
Our number one goal for 2013 (besides successful marketing of Tahosa Treasure) is to see the next book in the Talon Family Series – Winter Chase – published as well. We hope to have it complete and ready for release by this November.
Good question! I’ve developed a new (and highly sophisticated) approach called “Write for 30 minutes before I get out of bed every morning.” And, you know what? It seems to be working like a charm!
In fact, I predict we’ll beat our November deadline and already be starting working on the third book. Yes! A third! This is going to be one awesome series, people!
What is your number one writing goal for 2013?
Nothing is more wonderful than when an idea becomes reality.
After several years and a lot of hard work, Tahosa Treasure has gone to print! The official release date is January 8, 2013. At that point it will be available on Amazon, Kindle and Barnes & Noble.
In the mean time, the book is available for purchase through our publisher here.
It is also available for pre-order on Kindle here.
We are so excited to share our story with you all!
I posted this pic on our Facebook wall this morning. [Head on over and “like” us if you haven’t already!]
I found it floating around on Pinterest and couldn’t help but pin it (it’s actually a clock you can buy; I think it would fit great above my future writing desk 😉 ).
There is truly no time like the present. It will soon be gone. This moment that I have right now, how will I spend it?
I make up so many excuses not to write…it’s time I make up a list of excuse to write.
– I was born to write
– I have something to say
– I have a rough draft of the second book in the Talon Family Series due by the end of November
– I have an audience to reach
– I have the time
What are your excuses for not writing?
Now go ahead and replace them with a list of excuses for writing.
There’s no time like the present.
Some day I will have one. A desk where all I do is write.
Okay…and maybe read.
But I will read to write. And this desk will have only what I need to write.
It will face something that inspires me. Anything but a blank wall. It will face a window. Or photos that move me. Or perhaps this:
It would have a vase with flowers. Notepads and pens. My laptop. A photo of me and my love. And that’s about it.
This writing desk would be my place to think, to dream. And to move beyond thinking & dreaming to words.
Words written on paper. Words that contain part of my soul, breathing from the page.
Someday I will have my desk. But for now I will write anyways. Wherever, whenever and however I can.
I realize it’s the words that matter, after all. Not where they’re written from.
The editing phase is almost complete and we are very pleased with the final manuscript!
One big change that came out of the process is a new title. Tate’s editing team did some brainstorming and we did some brainstorming. I have to say that picking a title for a book is somewhat like naming a child. It seems like it should be easy…but it’s not.
In the end, we decided on Tahosa Tresaure. We feel this represents our story well.
So, that’s the title you’ll be seeing from now on when we refer to the book. It will also be the title to look for on Amazon, Kindle and Barnes & Noble once the book is released.
Next up: we can’t wait to see the cover design and layout for the manuscript take shape!