Six short stories by some of the best western writers working in the genre today! “The Stealing Moon” by Troy D. Smith “Lillie Langtry’s ‘Lash LaRue Sweet Potatoes’ World Crusade” by Lynn Veach Sadler “Flowers for Rebecca” by John D. Nesbitt “The Kid and the Commodore” by Chuck Tyrell “Cottonwood Grove” by Joan Leotta “Getting on God’s Good Side” by John Neely Davis
Getting on God’s Good Side
Dan Loop is not your average western cowboy. He is good enough with a rope to win championship buckles, big silver ones that attract ‘buckle bunnies.’ But he is also a philosopher with a knowledge that as one nears the end—it is smart to get on the good side of God. In doing this, he encounters the eccentric people that live in the loneliness of the high desert of the San Luis Valley. He quickly learns that being a Good Samaritan can be more challenging than being a good cowboy.