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Wishing all a Very Happy Holiday!
Hope your Christmas' were great and your New Year is as well! Paul
PaulDec-31-22 11:48 PM
by Les Down Under
I've been going back thru the non-Sackett novels. Most recently "Hanging Woman Creek", "Down the Long Hills", "Conagher" and "The Empty Land". HWC
john555Dec-16-22 05:55 PM
by john555
The Proving Trail
I recently finished reading “The Proving Trail” and very much enjoyed it. However, I was left wondering about what appeared to be some unresolved issu
kentdDec-15-22 07:01 PM
by kentd
Which L'Amour novel is this quote f
-Hi all, I'm 60 and reading Louis L'Amour for the first time—a great little collection of stories called "Riding For The Brand." I've seen this quot
ghulseDec-03-22 06:26 PM
by Les Down Under
Beau: Biography Project
Just a quick question to see how the LL Biography project is coming along? Any idea on when it may be published? Thanks.
TOMNov-07-22 04:08 PM
by TOM
Kid Rodelo
LL can write about the desert and make you thirsty. Forgot how good this book was.
NoogaStrongNov-02-22 06:28 PM
by blamour
Question for Beau
Why do the names of fictional characters in a book get changed when the books becomes a movie? For example High Lonesome. Great book. The movie, Four
NoogaStrongNov-02-22 06:27 PM
by blamour
Rustler Roundup
I'm reading this story in the End of the Drive short story collection. Anybody know if the setting is real? LL seems to give a good bit of detail abou
epeterdNov-02-22 06:01 PM
by blamour
Oddity in FBtW
Just found something odd when reading Fair Blows the Wind. Page 211 in the LT edition. Tatton is talking to Jacob Binns about investing in shipping.
epeterdOct-05-22 05:47 PM
by john555
Elisha Comes to Red Horse
Just read this again. (read it once before a few years ago) Fun little story, a bit humorous. A little different than LL's stories usually were. I can
epeterdAug-31-22 07:16 AM
by epeterd
Although I love the two expanded versions, I'm fond of the original issue of YONDERING with its then more seemingly eclectic selection of stories...in
Carcosa2004Aug-06-22 03:23 PM
by blamour
Original paperback art...for Beau!
I know a great deal of original artwork was destroyed in a disastrous flood, but do you know what if any of Bantam's LL vintage cover art (or other we
Carcosa2004Aug-06-22 03:13 PM
by blamour
Re-reading "The First Fast Draw". LL has Cullen mention Samuel Colt inventing the "first successful repeating pistol". LL puts it that Colt designed
john555Jul-29-22 10:27 PM
by john555
The Haunted Mesa and Albert Einstei
I have a question about a comment made in "THM" by the novel's lead character, Mike Raglan. It's on page 151 of the most recent paperback edition wher
CougarSFC90Jun-20-22 07:30 PM
by Carcosa2004
Finally finished reading Taggart. Good book. One of the few left that I hadn't read yet. I have read Trap of Gold in the past, and it seems like I hav
epeterdJun-20-22 05:43 PM
by Carcosa2004
Hopalong Cassidy
Just finished the first three of LL's Hopalong novels. And, read Beau's afterword to "The Rustlers of West Fork". Obviously I thought LL's Hopalong
john555Jun-04-22 09:10 PM
by john555
Sky Ring Water...Beau.
So I heard this dropped in the introduction of Lost Treasures Volume 2...and I'm intrigued of course! Beau, can you give us some insight into this n
Carcosa2004May-15-22 11:50 PM
by john555
The Burning Hills
Pleasant surprise. Picked up TBH and read the opening blurb at the front of the book and thought it didn't sound familiar. So, I started reading it a
john555May-07-22 04:04 PM
by NoogaStrong
Jamestown Revival
I have had these guys' Fireside with Louis L'Amour on my Spotify feed for some time now. I have just received the CD from Paul at the trading post an
Les Down UnderFeb-01-22 12:17 AM
by Les Down Under
Tennessee Dave
Where art thou, TD? By the way, this is OtisTom. I had to change my User ID because I couldn’t get website to agree with the password. Easier this way
NoogaStrongDec-22-21 11:49 PM
by NoogaStrong
A few years back a group of guys and a lady I rode motorcycles with rode out to Jamestown ND. They have quite a bit of information, in a tourist cont
Mike ShafferDec-12-21 09:18 PM
by Mike Shaffer
Hello the fire!
Had to begin again…forgot my sign in stuff. Not much new to report…last I heard TD was not feeling too well, and haven’t seen anything else…good or
Mike ShafferDec-07-21 09:13 PM
by Mike Shaffer
Thank you Louis, and thank you Beau
This will be a little self-indulgent, but given my recent hospital stint with covid pneumonia. I'm feeling sad, relieved, overwhelmed with nostalgia a
Carcosa2004Dec-02-21 12:44 AM
by blamour
It's been a helluva ride
I started reading his westerns around 1976 and read them all, and reread many. His work has been such a constant thread through my life that, honestly
milkbanditNov-03-21 08:20 PM
by john555
Whenever I get bored, I call the Best Western Hotel phone number. When they answer "Best Western" I say "True Grit with John Wayne" and then I hang up
DocKatyOct-22-21 01:04 AM
by Les Down Under
Louis L'Amour and the movies
Generally, LL has fared almost as poorly as Stephen King in translation to film. In many cases, the nuts and bolts of their stories are there, but wha
Carcosa2004Oct-16-21 05:35 PM
by blamour
Louis' list of books to read
In an article now many years ago about LL, a side box listed the books Louis thought were essential for a person to read to educate himself/herself. (
KentOct-14-21 11:41 PM
by Kent
Judge Charles P Moore
My grandfather was a Louis L'Amour fan and Louis put his name in one of his books, but I don't know which one. He is an itinerant judge traveling by w
moore_teOct-07-21 12:19 AM
by Les Down Under
Publishing and branding...Beau!
Having bought LL books you going on forever now, I've always been curious about publisher decisions and cover styles, etc over the years. About the l
Carcosa2004Oct-04-21 02:04 PM
by blamour
Reread several LL books in the last couple of weeks. Never gets old. Like an old friend.
NoogaStrongOct-03-21 09:15 PM
by NoogaStrong
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