D.W. Ulsterman Featured In USA Today

The Irish Cowboy by DW Ulsterman

Hah! I wasn’t even aware of this until a kind reader sent the link.

It’s from a USA today column in April titled:

(click on title to be taken to USA Today page)

Kindle readers love these lines from books by Brittainy Cherry, Kristen Callihan, Vi Keeland, D.W. Ulsterman and Claudia Connor

Here’s the blurb:

“A failing body is something many can navigate, but a failed soul is too often a wreck beyond repair.” — The Irish Cowboy by D.W. Ulsterman

About the book:

The government wanted his land. He just wanted to be left alone.

Hap Wilkes is a spiritually fractured Montana rancher facing a painful past, an increasingly uncertain future, who now fights with everything left in a broken and failing body to keep the one thing still left to him – his pride.

 

 

 

 

Pretty cool, huh?

FYI: My latest standalone novel, SAVAGE, which is currently being shopped to publishers, takes place in Savage, Montana – the same location used for The Irish Cowboy.

Hopefully I’ll have an update on SAVAGE soon!

-DWU

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