Cowboy Dictionary: The Official Companion to the Spirit Animal Series

A companion volume to Barbara Neville's Spirit Animal series. The books are written in cowboy vernacular. To assist those who may not have watched enough Western movies, I have created a word list: coboy,Spanish, Brit, Hawaiian pidgin and more.
Also, lists of characters, gadgets, outfits, and planets. Plus, an old map. More

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Words: 4,280
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310761553
About Barbara Neville

2015 & 2016 NaNoWriMo winner and rustic western visionary Barbara Neville is a rancher, homesteader, cowgirl, artist and mother of two kick ass children. She lives at the arse end of nowhere with her horses, cattle, goats, chickens, guineas, peacocks and Great Pyrenees livestock guardian dogs. She has led an unusual life of adventure, much of it off-grid.
Barb is descended from a long line of adventurous folk. Cowboys, ranchers, prospectors, inventors, settlers, homesteaders and more. She carries on the long tradition of taking the road less traveled. Her fictional world draws heavily on her own life and the people, places and experiences of previous generations.

About the Series: Spirit Animal
Annie Talks To Horses, born on the planet Triassic as Roxanne Rockefeller, is a cowgirl. She likes to ride, rope and explore new country on her favorite horses. Forced to leave the planet Terrania due to outstanding warrants, she and her gay compadre Michael Santa Cruz end up cowboying on the planet Rock where they meet good looking cowboys and Injins, a real English Lord and plenty of bushwhackers and dry gulchers. An awe inspiring setting, a very strong female lead and lots of smart ass characters make this series a great and humorous escape from our complex industrialized lives. Barbara Neville takes us through a dystopian world, which her characters strive mightily to make into their own utopian paradise.

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