John T. Wayne, Author

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Contact:  John T. Wayne Company: John T. Wayne, Author Phone: 501-295-7176 John@JohnTwayne.com Paragould, AR 72450 John T. Wayne, Author Press Release John T. Wayne, Author Reveals New Website to Expand Western Fiction Fan Community Information John T. Wayne Author features new information and enhanced content to appeal to all fans and readers of his historical western novels. Paragould, AR, October 16, 2019:  John T. Wayne today announced the launch of a new, redesigned website, https://www.JohnTWayne.com. Key features of the site include a cleaner and more attractive design, with a more engaging user experience and enhanced search and navigation. It includes the capability to connect better with John T. Wayne’s fan bases and readers. "I am excited to be able to offer an updated information solution to our clients, ensuring their easy connection and access all the novels and products that we offer my readers," said John. "As an author of historically accurate western novels, I wanted to offer as many paths to our fans as possible. The capability to connect directly will enable me to better understand my readers preferences and, most importantly, further extend the reach of all the offered novels and product." The site's refreshed and simplified look, combined with enhanced content, improved search functionality, and optimization for mobile devices allows readers to better interact with John T. Wayne online. Selected areas throughout the website provide the opportunity to highlight the latest publishing schedule and include links to watch videos, read informational posts, listen to audio, and sign up for exclusive book downloads and news, as well as offering a secured site to easily order any apparel that is provided. "My mission as a western fiction author is to connect with my readers and keep in touch with what they really respond to," said John T. Wayne. "The elegant, consumer-centric design of the website provides an innovative platform for my readers that will allow easy navigation to find everything in western fiction and products that they are after,” said John The new secure website, www.JohnTWayne.com allows for more information, regarding upcoming events, book signings, new novel releases and products with updates regarding special offerings. About John T. Wayne John T. Wayne the American Civil War and Historical Western author is the grandson of John Wayne (the actor). Growing up attending schools all over the state of Missouri, John learned the true history of the US Civil War. John is a chip off the old block, believing in God, individual responsibility and the idea of a free America. Following in true Reagan fashion, “A True American”. John began writing his stories in 1985 while attending the University of Oregon. Leaving Oregon after daughter Kimberly passed and returning home to Missouri. After 30 years of marriage together with Donna, there are incredible stories of traveling together to share. John is on the road a lot with speaking engagements and book signings. Traveling about 50,000 miles a year and making 50 to 75 western festivals and book signings every year. About “The Gaslight Boys Series” John has now published seven western novels telling the story of “The Gaslight Boys.” When the Civil War started there were only two orphanages’ in St. Louis with a growing number of children to care for, the Mullanphy Orphanage and the St. Louis Protestant Orphanage. This the historically accurate tragic stories of over 100,000 children losing everything, including siblings and parents to become the original “Cowboys”. In John’s words, “These are the stories of the young men and women who grew up to become great in their own right, men and women of the great society.  Some of them became great, some became outlaws, and some died short of the chance.” More information is available online at https://www.johntwayne.com/ or by email direct for john@johntwayne.com.
Christmas Arts & Crafts Hosts John T. Wayne, Author for Book-Signing Event Nov 23- 24, 2019. John T. Wayne Author featured at a book signing during the Annual Holliday Arts & Crafts Extravaganza in Cape Girardeau, MO. Paragould, AR, October 31, 2019:  John T. Wayne today announced participation in the 49th Annual Holiday Art Event Christmas Arts & Crafts Extravaganza in Cape Girardeau, Missouri on November 23rd and 24th and will be featured at a Historical Civil War and Western Fiction book-signing. This November 23rd and 24th, 2019, the largest craft fair in the region and attracts artisans and crafters from all over the Midwest. Each year on display will be over 300 different booths selling unique handmade items-perfect for the gift-giving spirit of the season! The annual Christmas Arts & Crafts Extravaganza is part of a city-wide weekend of craft fairs that also includes the River Valley Craft Club Christmas Expo and the Notre Dame High School Crafts, Gifts and Collectibles Show. The Craft Fair takes place in the Osage Center and the Show Me Center, the weekend before Thanksgiving! And last year over 14,000 shoppers showed up to take advantage of all the unique handcrafted booths! This year John T. Wayne will be located at the Show-Me Center. John T Wayne, the grandson of John Wayne (the famous actor) will be on site and will be signing books from “The Gaslight Boys Series.” The series now includes seven historically accurate western novels. The latest western fiction release “Peace In The Valley” will be available for an author’s signature. “Peace In The Valley” is the latest western fiction in my Gaslight Boy series and one of the most exciting” added John. The novel sets a new standard in western storytelling as John Robison heads west to discover a new life in Peace Valley. There will be no peace in the valley until John Robison is through.  The mystery and intrigue of surviving the biggest water rights battle of the west. Saturday, November 23rd and Sunday, the 24th, 2019, Doors open at 10:00 AM and features artisans and crafters from all over the Midwest About John T. Wayne John T. Wayne the American Civil War and Historical Western author is the grandson of John Wayne (the actor). Growing up attending schools all over the state of Missouri, John learned the true history of the US Civil War. John is a chip off the old block, believing in God, individual responsibility and the idea of a free America. Following in true Reagan fashion, “A True American”. John began writing his stories in 1985 while attending the University of Oregon. Leaving Oregon after daughter Kimberly passed and returning home to Missouri. After 30 years of marriage together with Donna, there are incredible stories of traveling together to share. John is on the road a lot with speaking engagements and book signings. Traveling about 50,000 miles a year and making 50 to 75 western festivals and book signings every year. About “The Gaslight Boys Series” John has now published seven western novels telling the story of “The Gaslight Boys.” When the Civil War started there were only two orphanages’ in St. Louis with a growing number of children to care for, the Mullanphy Orphanage and the St. Louis Protestant Orphanage. This the historically accurate tragic stories of over 100,000 children losing everything, including siblings and parents to become the original “Cowboys”. In John’s words, “These are the stories of the young men and women who grew up to become great in their own right, men and women of the great society.  Some of them became great, some became outlaws, and some died short of the chance.” More information is available online at https://www.johntwayne.com/ or by email direct for john@johntwayne.com.

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John T. Wayne, Author

Contact:  John T. Wayne Company: John T. Wayne, Author Phone: 501-295-7176 John@JohnTwayne.com Paragould, AR 72450 John T. Wayne, Author Press Release John T. Wayne, Author Reveals New Website to Expand Western Fiction Fan Community Information John T. Wayne Author features new information and enhanced content to appeal to all fans and readers of his historical western novels. Paragould, AR, October 16, 2019:  John T. Wayne today announced the launch of a new, redesigned website, https://www.JohnTWayne.com. Key features of the site include a cleaner and more attractive design, with a more engaging user experience and enhanced search and navigation. It includes the capability to connect better with John T. Wayne’s fan bases and readers. "I am excited to be able to offer an updated information solution to our clients, ensuring their easy connection and access all the novels and products that we offer my readers," said John. "As an author of historically accurate western novels, I wanted to offer as many paths to our fans as possible. The capability to connect directly will enable me to better understand my readers preferences and, most importantly, further extend the reach of all the offered novels and product." The site's refreshed and simplified look, combined with enhanced content, improved search functionality, and optimization for mobile devices allows readers to better interact with John T. Wayne online. Selected areas throughout the website provide the opportunity to highlight the latest publishing schedule and include links to watch videos, read informational posts, listen to audio, and sign up for exclusive book downloads and news, as well as offering a secured site to easily order any apparel that is provided. "My mission as a western fiction author is to connect with my readers and keep in touch with what they really respond to," said John T. Wayne. "The elegant, consumer-centric design of the website provides an innovative platform for my readers that will allow easy navigation to find everything in western fiction and products that they are after,” said John The new secure website, www.JohnTWayne.com allows for more information, regarding upcoming events, book signings, new novel releases and products with updates regarding special offerings. About John T. Wayne John T. Wayne the American Civil War and Historical Western author is the grandson of John Wayne (the actor). Growing up attending schools all over the state of Missouri, John learned the true history of the US Civil War. John is a chip off the old block, believing in God, individual responsibility and the idea of a free America. Following in true Reagan fashion, “A True American”. John began writing his stories in 1985 while attending the University of Oregon. Leaving Oregon after daughter Kimberly passed and returning home to Missouri. After 30 years of marriage together with Donna, there are incredible stories of traveling together to share. John is on the road a lot with speaking engagements and book signings. Traveling about 50,000 miles a year and making 50 to 75 western festivals and book signings every year. About “The Gaslight Boys Series” John has now published seven western novels telling the story of “The Gaslight Boys.” When the Civil War started there were only two orphanages’ in St. Louis with a growing number of children to care for, the Mullanphy Orphanage and the St. Louis Protestant Orphanage. This the historically accurate tragic stories of over 100,000 children losing everything, including siblings and parents to become the original “Cowboys”. In John’s words, “These are the stories of the young men and women who grew up to become great in their own right, men and women of the great society.  Some of them became great, some became outlaws, and some died short of the chance.” More information is available online at https://www.johntwayne.com/ or by email direct for john@johntwayne.com.
Christmas Arts & Crafts Hosts John T. Wayne, Author for Book-Signing Event Nov 23- 24, 2019. John T. Wayne Author featured at a book signing during the Annual Holliday Arts & Crafts Extravaganza in Cape Girardeau, MO. Paragould, AR, October 31, 2019:  John T. Wayne today announced participation in the 49th Annual Holiday Art Event Christmas Arts & Crafts Extravaganza in Cape Girardeau, Missouri on November 23rd and 24th and will be featured at a Historical Civil War and Western Fiction book-signing. This November 23rd and 24th, 2019, the largest craft fair in the region and attracts artisans and crafters from all over the Midwest. Each year on display will be over 300 different booths selling unique handmade items-perfect for the gift-giving spirit of the season! The annual Christmas Arts & Crafts Extravaganza is part of a city-wide weekend of craft fairs that also includes the River Valley Craft Club Christmas Expo and the Notre Dame High School Crafts, Gifts and Collectibles Show. The Craft Fair takes place in the Osage Center and the Show Me Center, the weekend before Thanksgiving! And last year over 14,000 shoppers showed up to take advantage of all the unique handcrafted booths! This year John T. Wayne will be located at the Show-Me Center. John T Wayne, the grandson of John Wayne (the famous actor) will be on site and will be signing books from “The Gaslight Boys Series.” The series now includes seven historically accurate western novels. The latest western fiction release “Peace In The Valley” will be available for an author’s signature. “Peace In The Valley” is the latest western fiction in my Gaslight Boy series and one of the most exciting” added John. The novel sets a new standard in western storytelling as John Robison heads west to discover a new life in Peace Valley. There will be no peace in the valley until John Robison is through.  The mystery and intrigue of surviving the biggest water rights battle of the west. Saturday, November 23rd and Sunday, the 24th, 2019, Doors open at 10:00 AM and features artisans and crafters from all over the Midwest About John T. Wayne John T. Wayne the American Civil War and Historical Western author is the grandson of John Wayne (the actor). Growing up attending schools all over the state of Missouri, John learned the true history of the US Civil War. John is a chip off the old block, believing in God, individual responsibility and the idea of a free America. Following in true Reagan fashion, “A True American”. John began writing his stories in 1985 while attending the University of Oregon. Leaving Oregon after daughter Kimberly passed and returning home to Missouri. After 30 years of marriage together with Donna, there are incredible stories of traveling together to share. John is on the road a lot with speaking engagements and book signings. Traveling about 50,000 miles a year and making 50 to 75 western festivals and book signings every year. About “The Gaslight Boys Series” John has now published seven western novels telling the story of “The Gaslight Boys.” When the Civil War started there were only two orphanages’ in St. Louis with a growing number of children to care for, the Mullanphy Orphanage and the St. Louis Protestant Orphanage. This the historically accurate tragic stories of over 100,000 children losing everything, including siblings and parents to become the original “Cowboys”. In John’s words, “These are the stories of the young men and women who grew up to become great in their own right, men and women of the great society.  Some of them became great, some became outlaws, and some died short of the chance.” More information is available online at https://www.johntwayne.com/ or by email direct for john@johntwayne.com.