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Sample Post from the Westerns Genre this Month:

Post Author at Pan HistoriaFrank J Wattron posts in Blood on the Mogollon

I can remember being a child in Missouri, but we left there when I was only seven. I don't feel much of a connection there. Neither do I feel any tie to Kansas where I spent the rest of my childhood. It was only when I started living in the Arizona Territory and the nearby areas of Colorado, New Mexico, and Old Mexico that I felt like I was coming home.

Frank J. Wattron settled in the new railroad community of Holbrook in 1884. He was a tall, thin man with a sharp and often acerbic sense of humor. That sense of humor made both friends and enemies for Frank, but he was fearless and quick-tempered. Those enemies sometimes met the sawed-off shotgun he carried beneath his black duster.

Frank was at the drugstore he owned in partnership with Doc--Dr. T.P. Robinson--at the corner of the main street. It was one of the nicer buildings in town, a proper building with a big fancy sign in front. It was clear and already getting hot, unsurprising as it was summer. The humidity was up, but it was monsoon season. No doubt a storm or more would brew later in the day.

Tensions were high. Frank felt them even though he wasn't directly involved in that nasty trouble, the Pleasant Valley War, but too many people in town were tied to the conflict going on south of town. The Doc was out, patching up another man who limped home no doubt. Frank often held down the fort--as it were--lately. Sometimes he thought it'd be nice to buy out the doctor and be soul owner of the shop. Wattron's Drugs had a nice ring to it, he thought with a grin.

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