Buzzard Bait

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A young prospector, Zeke McBride is dying of thirst and starvation in the South Texas desert. He reverses his luck with the twist of a knife and then finds himself on an adventure that leads to a lovely soul mate and a pile of gold. Together, along with a host of great friends they meet along the way; they show the Wild East how good fortune and a few miracles can occur in the Wild West. More

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Words: 34,810
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301291731
About W.E. Powelson

W.E. (Bill) Powelson hails from the deep South Texas border town of McAllen. He is currently retired (err-uhh, unemployable) and living happily in Daytona Beach, Florida, on the twelve dollars and fifteen cents he saved as a working Honky-Tonk drummer.

After a lifelong (50-year) career playing music (drums) for his supper, he is now in his golden years and has discovered that writing for the fun of it helps to keep a smile on his face. He is the author of five digital (html) e-books on the art of drumming; all of which may be viewed and studied online (or off), by going to “The Homestudy Institute of Drums” on the World Wide Web. (Just do a Google search for Bill Powelson.)

If you are seeking help with Smashwords Meatgrinder Formatting, e-mail him. Bill will be happy to help in every way he can, plus (if you prefer) he will format your e-books according to Smashwords specs for a fee of $20 per each 100 pages.

NOTE: If you are trying to use Word Starter to do your Meatgrinder formatting, feel free to e-mail Bill for free tips that may save you weeks of frustration.

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Review by: A.G. Kimbrough on Oct. 24, 2014 :
In addition to being a significant help in formatting my books for Smashwords, I enjoyed Mr. Powelson's writing style in his "Open Office through the Meatgrinder" book. I purchased Buzzard Bait, and was not disappointed. I enjoy historical fiction & grew up in the Southwest. His story setting was realistic, the characters captivating, and it gave me an insight into some of the origins of the unique form of American music.

A.G. Kimbrough, Author/Publisher

BB-39, After the Star Fell, & the Coastal Event Memories series
(reviewed long after purchase)

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