Outlaws Leads The Way With New Western Author Elizabeth Pridgen
With the latest Western releases from Paul L. Thompson, C. Wayne Winkle and others topping the million mark—young, new authors are signing with Outlaws Publishing, looking for similar sweet success.
By: Outlaws Publishing
Outlaws Publishing one of the leading Western publishing houses of 2018, will see success followed by success with new signings such as Western writer Elizabeth Pridgen. 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.
Pridgen who has just released "The Life of David Earl Penning" with the company is an eighteen-year old author from Nash County, North Carolina who has been writing for almost ten years. She has written over thirty short stories and poems, seven novellas and two novels including The Life of David Earl.
Outlaws Publishing, started in 2015, has gone from strength to strength with a series of Western smash hits from authors across the world. "We needed new, young Western storytellers to bring that younger generation to the Western genre," J.C. Hulsey, Outlaws Chairman explained earlier this week. "Elizabeth Pridgen is just the kind of author we have been looking for. An assurance that we will just keep growing. The Western readership is alive and well and getting younger every single day. People want the entertainment they most enjoy."
You can learn more about these new signings, and about the company, by visiting www.outlawspublishing.com. Alternatively you can email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.