Book Club Books: Recommendations and Discussion Questions

Discover unique and diverse book club books with discussion questions that will stimulate the conversation.

Women of the West

Men weren’t the only colorful figures of the Wild West. Women of the West proved easily their equal.

L. Ron Hubbard Fiction: Order of Books

Is there a recommendation of which L. Ron Hubbard fiction book to begin with? Is there a recommended order of books to read?

Famous Outlaws of the Old West

How famous outlaws of the Old West bring out the best in the good guy.

Best Westerns of all Time

The best Westerns of all time—stories of how the west was won by authors like L. Ron Hubbard, Louis L’Amour, Zane Grey, and many others you will love.

L. Ron Hubbard’s Romance with the Old West

Among the most popular of pulp fiction’s genres, the western offered L. Ron Hubbard a made-to-order literary platform. Few, if any, of his contemporaries, could invoke the natural authenticity of a Hubbard western because, to him, the western frontier was home.

How the Legacy of the Arizona Rangers Lives On

The fact that the Arizona Territory became the 48th state in the Union is common knowledge. Less known though is the story of the men who made this possible.

Hats, Horseshoes and Rodeos. A Note on Superstitions of the Old West

From the beginning of time people have told tales of folklore, legend, myth and superstition. Such tales of the supernatural in a western setting did not escape cowboys of the Old West, and authors of Wild West novels and novelettes.

Collecting L. Ron Hubbard’s Edgy Western Mags

Although he is best known as a science fiction author from the golden age of pulp fiction, L. Ron Hubbard was a master of all genres. During his extraordinary career, he published not only science fiction but fantasy, air-adventure, detective thrillers, crime suspense stories, far-flung tales of adventure, sea stories, mysteries, tales of the Orient and westerns.

Hunky Hero, Sunset Maloney from Tinhorn’s Daughter

I was reading the website, Find Me An Author/Western Fiction, and found this: “It has become apparent that the Western enjoyed its Golden Age in the 1930s and 1940s …” So, wanting to read the best Western I could, I went in search of a 1930’s Western Romance Hero.