The latest big hit western from D.L. Bittick has inspired others.
- Aug. 20, 2018
-- It was announced earlier this week that Outlaws Publishing has signed a series of talented new authors to its stable to help feed the demand for new Westerns caused by the great success of recent D.L. Bittick release, "The Saga of Jedidiah Beech."
Bittick, who has enjoyed great success throughout 2018, will see his success followed by new releases from Western writers David Bailey, David Allen, Frank Attwood and current chart-climbing new signing Malcolm L. Hotzman, who has scored a success with his first Western novel "Bitter Vengeance." The company has also scored recent hits with new novels from C. Wayne Winkle, Charles Ray, Troy-Andrew Smith, J.S. Stroud and the benchmark Western super-seller, Paul L. Thompson.
"The beat goes on," Outlaws Chairman J.C. Hulsey explained. "Readers areconstantly searching to find new authors and Outlaws is dedicated to fulfilling that need. We have a duty as a company to acquire the best writers with the greatest stories for our readers. We strongly believe that Hotzman, Allen, Atwood and Bailey will be the hitmakers of tomorrow—just as Winkle, Thompson and Bittick are the hitmakers of today."
From a humble beginning in 2015, Outlaws Publishing has gone from a struggling company to become one of the strongest with a series of Western smash hits from authors across the globe. The company is currently having its strongest sales year and, "Signs are strong," Hulsey explained, "that we will keep growing. The Western readership is alive and well. People want entertainment that they enjoy. I'm thrilled when I hear from readers and discover how much they truly appreciated reading the latest Thompson novel—yet all our Western writers are doing great work, and we can't wait to see how readers react to these newest additions to the Outlaws stable."
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