I haven't said much about Tales From Dry Gulch. I was waiting to see the physical books and make sure they were okay. A lot of things went wrong with the production of this book. They look great and they're ready to sell.
Welcome to Dry Gulch, Colorado. It's a small town that's struggled since the gold mine went bust. Still, people try and be positive about the future. There's some company from back east that's thinking about putting in a zinc mine. No one is sure what zinc is, but that won't matter. At the center of town is the saloon. There you can find men drinking and cussing and paying cards. And you can have a cold beer, maybe even served to you by Wendy Washer, the owner of the saloon. And you can enjoy the piano playing, if you get over certain things about the piano player. Sam Knight does double duty in that he wrote one of the stories and did the cover art as well. That ain't a cowboy heading in to the saloon through the bat wing doors.
Folks are welcome in Dry Gulch. You can take the stage from Denver or there's rumored to be a flying saucer from some other place. No matter how you get there, I think you'll enjoy the stories by Sam Knight, J.A. Campbell, Jill Hand, Patrick Dorn, Henry Ram, and more--As you get to know Marshal Jones, town drunk Henry Steelman and Chief Running Bear, who deals a friendly hand of stud poker. Dry Gulch is easy to find, just saddle up and order a copy from your favorite online bookstore.