Apr 262012
 

APRIL 26th to MAY 12th, 2012

 

THE WHIP
by KAREN KONDAZIAN

SYNOPSIS:
Life can be tough! Imagine falling in love with a runaway slave and having his child. Or tracking a killer who destroyed your family. Living your life as a man, making your living as a stagecoach driver, or killing a famous outlaw. Any one of those things would qualify as a tough life but what if they ALL happened to you? They did to Charley Parkhurst and The Whip is the story of her incredible life in the Wild West of the 1860s.
THANKS TO AUTHOR, KAREN KONDAZIAN
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  2. I’m grew up in Kanasa mid-way between Abeline and Dodge City so living during the wild west was my dream as a kid. I thought being a saloon girl would be awesome….little did I know. Of course, now I’m sort of fond of cars and electricity and air conditioning so I’m not sure how well I’d make out.

  3. I love a good western story. This one looks quite enjoyable.

    • I guess I never answered the question, but even though I enjoy western stories I’m not sure that I would’ve been able to survive the wild west.

  4. No I would not.

  5. I don’t think I would have.

  6. If Iived in the wild west, I would have had to be a storekeeper or a woman of ill repute because I’m to wimpy to ranch or farm!
    I think I like now better…..so, no I wouldn’t want to.

    nineteen19 at blackfoot dot net

  7. I wouldn’t mind visiting there for a day but I don’t think I would have wanted to live there.

  8. nope too lawless

  9. Always looking for new & exciting books to read. This one looks like it fits the bill perfectly!

  10. I would not have wanted to live then. I like my modern conveniences too much lol

  11. No, I wouldnt have wanted to live then.

  12. No, I wouldn’t. I think they had life pretty hard back then.

  13. I wouldn’t have wanted to live back then.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com

  14. sometimes I think yes, Maybe life was simple.

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