Newberry Springs, CA, August 15, 2022 (Newswire.com) - Fulton Books author John Wease, who lives with his wife, Susana, in the small High Desert community of Newberry Springs, California, has completed his most recent book "The Horseman": a gripping and potent novel that introduces J.D. Holloway, who is a self-taught horse trainer.
Life events bring J.D. Holloway back to the big city for a high-paid job with a real future. There, he meets a just-retired old wrangler who had worked some sixty years for a historic, high-country Wyoming cattle ranch. After a long conversation about life on the ranch, he quits his job and heads for the high country. When he arrives at the ranch and offers to train horses for a bunk and meals, the ranch owner tells him he can stay and "play cowboy" for the season. After the fall roundup, the ranch would be sold. The hundred-year-old buildings, rustic setting, and the "playing cowboy" comment give him an idea.
Author John Wease begins his story, writing, "Did you ever get tired of your life as usual and want to run away from home? Head for greener pastures? Like old Chief Burton in the navy used to say, get 'sick and tired of being sick and tired'?
Ever wanted to be like the old pioneers and load up your possessions and head for the unknown? Wanted to leave your stable, established (boring?) life behind? Was it impossible due to responsibilities or obligations? Well, I did. The morning of April 7, 1980. I was having this exact thought and even discussed it with Maggie, although, as usual, she didn't offer much in the way of meaningful conversation. My name is J. D. Holloway, and I am a horseman."
Published by Fulton Books, John Wease's book follows J.D. as he plans to not only save the antiquated ranch but also possibly capture the heart of the ranch owner's beautiful daughter.
Readers who wish to experience this compelling work can purchase "The Horseman" at select bookstores, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books