Saturday, February 18, 2012
Guest Blog: Larion Wills: I'll Try Not to Bore You!
In ‘Tarbet’ I mixed romance with historical western: Some men who carry a badge are no better than those they hunt. Words enough to frighten Susan into letting Tarbet die?
Forced to run the ranch like a man after her father’s death, whispers ran wild that Susan was less than a lady. William coming to call caused tongues to wag more. Taking care of a wounded man with only Blazer to help would totally ruin her reputation, but she couldn’t leave a dying man in the hands of delicate Angela or her bungling father no matter what the gossips said about him. How was she to know how much more was behind the attempt on his life? How was she to know she would have to take up a gun, as less than a lady, and fight to save herself and the man she loved?
You’ll notice a sub-theme of the inequality of men and women. Getting into that subject of then and now would be a whole other blog.
Larion Wills, a multi-genre author, also writes under the name of Larriane Wills. From science fiction to western romances she holds up to her tag of ‘two names, one author, thousands of stories.’
Born in Oklahoma, but raised in Arizona she feels a native to the state and has settled in the high desert country. In a quiet, rural area with a family who tolerates her writer’s single-mindedness, she presents us with a series of unique westerns while still steadily producing contemporary romances, many laced with paranormal settings, all with strong characterizations and suspenseful plots, capable of dragging you into a story in a genre you thought before you didn’t care for.
You can read more about Tarbet and my other books at my website: http://www.larriane.com. Stop by, I love visitors.
Larriane AKA Larion Wills, two names one author, thousands of stories
https://museituppublishing.com/bookstore2 White Savage, Chase, Tarbet
http://store.secretcravingspublishing.com Mourning Meadow
Posted by Marianne Stephens at 12:01 AM