I’m busy editing the second book in the The 9 Lives of the Outlaw known as Crazy Cat series – I’ll get back to you about that particular process in a dedicated post. The Cowgirl photo project is also coming along nicely. I expect both books to be ready for release in more or less six months. I’m also working on a book trailer for Embers at Dawn, that I’m hoping to reveal to y’all within a few months.
In between editing words and photographs I’ve found the time to take a few pictures of Lee/Ingvild Eiring – I realized that I needed more images to represent my novel and series. I’ve had the idea of making a fake dime novel cover for quite a while and finally got around to put it together.
I’ve added a few items featuring the dime novel cover to the Crazy Cat Dry Goods & Sundries shop.
Well, I must admit that although there are 100 titles on that list; I ain’t done gone seen 100 western movies yet – there’s a few series, a couple of short films and a documentary in there too – but I’m pretty darn close. In the event of my (almost) 100th western movie I figured I’d share a few of my favorites with y’all. To view the complete list of western’s I’ve seen, head on over to IMDB. I’ll keep adding to the list.
I’d love to hear what y’all favorite westerns are too, or any recommendations you might have!
Deadwood (2004 TV Series)
I couldn’t find a proper trailer, so I picked a scene from the series instead. Enjoy 😉
The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007)
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)
Clint Eastwood. Sergio Leone. Ennio Morricone. Nuff said.
The West (1996 TV Series)
A fantastic documentary. Anyone interested in the Old West ought to watch it.
Two Mules for Sister Sara (1970)
My 100th western! The trailer is too cheesy to do it justice, so here’s the main music theme, which is no short of awesome.