Saturday is National Day of the Cowboy, and Ron Scheer over at Buddies in the Saddle has planned a terrific way to celebrate. He is going to commemorate cowboy heroes by inviting fellow bloggers to write in and describe a character from a western novel or short story that they believe best exemplifies the Code of the West. While I haven't been able to contribute because of my schedule, I certainly am looking forward to what others will be saying. I encourage everyone to go over to Buddies in the Saddle on Saturday to check out all of the great western heroes that have made a lasting impression on us over the years.
I'm a writer, editor, and wanna-be photographer. I blog about writing, reading traveling, pulp fiction, London, history, westerns at one of my two blogs: The Londonholic and Laurie's Wild West. Take your pick.
...for a post related to pulp fiction, some posts are categorized according to the genre. So look under "pulp fiction," but also look under "pulp fiction - westerns" or "pulp fiction - detective," for example. Topics under "pulp covers" also have abbreviated historical information as well.