I just recieved two more reviews for Homesteader and three for Partners.
I'll post the ones for Partners in a couple of days.
Yes, they are both available in several digital formats and as the good old lovable book.
Click on the covers to the right or take a trip to www.amazon.com/books
At the last site you can "look inside the book" to get an idea of what Brenda, Paul and Rich are talking about.
From a review of Homesteader by Brenda Casto
“I found myself absorbed not only in the story, but the history lesson that I felt I was getting as the story unfolded. The plot never lags; instead it pulled me along making me wonder what might happen on the next page. Mr. McGowan skilfully crafts his words bringing to life the scenes he describes …
It was easy to see that the author really did his research with this story, from the range war to the way Hank and his two Blackfoot workers build the homestead. The details really make the story seem very realistic. I also found myself enjoying the secondary story of Hank and
and couldn't help but
wonder how that would turn out. Fans of historical fiction with an authentic
feel that provides several twists, a bit of mystery, romance, and suspense, will
certainly enjoy this story.” Sharon
From a review of Homesteader by Paul Johnson
“I have always been a fan of stories of the old west, in this instance it is fortunately the Canadian west. "Homesteader" is a story of action and adventure set against a backdrop that can be very harsh at times. It shows the true strength of the folks looking for a new home of their own. The main characters are very well-defined …
All in all, a satisfying plot with enough action to keep the reader turning the pages to see what will happen next.”