"I had one big time crush on Annie. Gail Davis added her charm to many of Gene Autry's TV shows and some of his last western films. I recall one TV episode where she played a villianess. She was tops."
"Thanks to you all for your suggestions on how to research my novel that takes place in and around Palo Duro. To answer the Cherokee Rose's question, I was born in Corsicana and grew up in Cleburne and Ft. Worth. I was raised on the Southside…"
"Folks, I need some help. I'm an author, primarily, of western fiction. I try to research my work to make everything as authentic as possible. I'm writing a novel that takes place around Amarillo and Palo Duro Canyon in the mid 1870's.…"
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Just fine sir, I'm doin just fine. Just workin and waitin for class to start up again in a week. I got a few kin in Texas, round the Brenham area. On my maternal side I got my grandpas family from round Ada and Byng OK, and my grandmas family from Grafton, WV. Native to New Mexico and I love it alot. Glad to hear someones a writer on here, I'm starting to dabble in writing since I started goin back to college last year and been top of all my English classes and been told Ive a knack for writing. Beyond the cookbook what other types ofd books do you write? Im quite fond of old western novels, especially ones based in real places on real folk. Anyways man, keep it up and stay warm up north thata way. And ride easy.
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