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I Won't Be a Liar

Dramatic? Yes.
Click-bait? Yes, guilty as charged.

But now that you are here, by the end of the year, I won’t be a liar. At the beginning of 2015, I had set myself up with the lofty goal to read 30 books before the end of the year. 449 more words

Modern Westerns

by Kerry Hanahan,
LBPH Reader Advisor

Interested in Westerns set in more modern times? Louis L’Amour never got to experience the innovations of the 21st Century, but these Western authors did and they are bringing a new twist on an old genre. 169 more words

Rawhide (1951)

I’ve found yet another Western that I enjoy! Perhaps I should officially stop commenting on the circumstance and just admit that I like the genre. But it does demonstrate that I prefer less conventional Westerns.  1,125 more words



Casey Affleck is set to direct Joaquin Phoenix in an upcoming Western film. Phoenix will star in a cinematic adaptation of the 2009 novel, Far Bright Star… 156 more words


Entry 24: Sympathy for the Rebel

The Proud Rebel. Directed by Michael Curtiz. Written by Joseph Petracca and Lillie Hayward. Based on the short story, “Journal of Linnett Moore,” by James Edward Grant. 1,021 more words


Kelly Dawson - The Code of the West

I have Kelly Dawson visiting today and she’s brought along her latest spanking romance, a Western – The Code of the West.  If you fancy a stern, handsome cowboy, look no further. 822 more words

Guest Post

Requiescant screening, 18th November 2015

In collaboration with the 29th Leeds International Film Festival, Lee Broughton programmed and introduced a screening of Carlo Lizzani’s cult Spaghetti Western Requiescant (Italy/West Germany, 1967). 18 more words

Film Screenings