About

LloydCowboyChristmasBaja

Myself at Christmas in Belhaven, North Carolina in 1956 or 1957.  Click on the image to enlarge.

I can’t even remember what it was I came here to get away from.

You can find the Kindle edition of my novel Bloodbath, a neo-noir pulp thriller, here.  My Western novella Missouri Green can be found here, and my novella Circus, a romance of the big top, here.  If you don’t own a Kindle you can get free Kindle reading apps for most computers and portable devices here.

My book Fourteen Western Stories is available in a paperback and a Kindle edition here, and my latest Kindle book, Christmas In the West, six Christmas-themed Western tales, can be found here.

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15 thoughts on “About

  1. I thoroughly enjoyed your dissection of Drew Casper. I went to USC and took 4 of his classes. 4!! And he was so full of hot air and full of himself. Thanks for an enjoyable read.

    • He often has interesting things to say, but he can be shockingly sloppy in the way he expresses himself.

  2. Hello! I watched your blog, it’s amazing. Thank you for posting pictures, espesially album’s covers, that’s a really nice styles and good taste(also Norman Rockwell is awesome). And I get aquainted with great songs, I didn’t know, thanks again! Enjoyable blog. Really, I’m nor often write to strange ppl from internet, but this kinda of stuff just moved me. Great work (or fun)=)
    From Russia. Yaroslav.

  3. I wanted to say ‘thank you’ .. I stumbled on your blog after googling ‘ Victorian Academic Art’ & then got transported all over the place following your hugely enjoyable postings !
    By way of return some ( very random ) things it occurs to me you may enjoy & might perhaps have missed ( I grew up in England & live in Kent ):

    ‘ Snow 1963 ‘( Geoffrey Jones) : an 8 minute short of the UK railways of that winter (easily found on You Tube).

    ‘I Am Love ‘(‘ lo sono amore ‘ ) : 2009 film starring Tilda Swinton

    ‘Diva’ / ‘Subway’/’ Le Grand Bleu’ : 1980s French art house movies .. full of stuff -you -miss -the -first -time -you -watch -them and ..I especially love the last of these , think is so beautifully made in every regard.

    ‘ Gregory’s Girl ‘ ( Bill Forsyth 1981) : Quirky , full of background jokes & amazing performances from ‘ ordinary’ Scottish kids.

    Many Thanks Again
    With Best Wishes

    Sophie

    • Hey, Sophie — thanks for your note. So glad you enjoy the blog. I know some of the films you mention, will look out for the others!

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