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Sample Post from the Westerns Genre this Month:

Post Author at Pan HistoriaBret Maverick posts in Deadwood

“Are you going to come on? Or are you waiting for more trouble?”

Furious shouts from two cowboys loping down the street toward Maverick provided Sam’s answer. Rapidly covering the distance between himself and the buckboard, Bret hastily secured Ayesha’s halter to the back before climbing onto the seat next to his friend. Without waiting for Maverick to situate himself comfortably, Sam bellowed forcefully at the team as he cracked the reins… almost causing Bret to tumble over onto the load of supplies as the wagon surged forward.

Steadying himself with one hand placed against the back of the seat, Bret glanced over his shoulder to see the two men hauling their companion out of the water trough. A frown on his face as he viewed the cowboys – still shaking their fists and yelling offensive slurs - recede into the distance, Maverick turned back to gaze at Sam. Removing his hat and running one hand through his hair before replacing it, Bret enquired, “Now would you like to explain the meaning of all of that?”

Seated next to Maverick, Sam barely bothered to glance his direction as he shrugged dismissively. When he answered, his voice was so low that Bret could scarcely hear him over the sound of the horses’ hoofbeats. “I guess I’m not too popular around here.”

With a dismayed shake of his head, Maverick fixed his gaze on the tall, lean Indian. “Yeah… I kind of figured that out already. But… why?”

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