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Follow the Wolf Moon, Poems by S. Donovan Mullaney

Was the West Really Won by Horses and Women?

by Roy K. Hall

Was the West Really Won by Horses and Women? is a collection of poems, stories, and prayers straight from the heart of Roy K. Hall, a cowboy who has seen it all. The pain of love lost, the joy of a grandchild’s discovery, the thrill of the hunt–Roy shares these and many more experiences of his life with gentle humor, startling honesty, and pure wonder. Roy’s stories are vignettes of his life’s journey; his prayers are heartfelt and spoken as if to a friend. His poetry is written with both tenderness and clarity. Every reader will relate to the joy he finds in his children and grandchildren, the sadness he feels when he finds himself alone, his orneriness when he plays practical jokes on his buddies.

Roy’s straightforward, simple style will envelop you, the clarity of his voice will lift you up. Everyone has a little cowboy in ‘em–these poems, stories, and prayers are sure to help you find yours!

Was the West Really Won by Horses and Women?
$8.95

About the Author

Roy Hall was born a few years back in the Oklahoma Hills he now calls home. He has two children and seven grandchildren who are the apples of his eye and whom he spoils rotten. After high school Roy went to work as a cowboy. He worked all around the country and never stayed in one place too long. He’s also ridden bulls, rodeoed, worked construction, and driven trucks. He’s been an underwater welder, a Voc-Tech teacher; he’s worked the oilfields, he’s been a mechanic, he’s operated heavy equipment–and is still willing to try anything once. His first loves are still cowboying, horses, and (of course) women.

This book was written while Roy worked on ranches across this great land and are based on his own experiences from that life.

Roy has met many of folks from all walks of life. He wants to put a smile on your face or a tear in your eye. His stories let us see a little of life through the eyes of this cowboy. His prayers are from the heart. Some people say horses and women are his only downfall, but he doesn’t think so; he really loves them all.