Taking a break to Ketchup

It’s been a while since I’ve joined Michele and Mel with their legendary “Ketchup” challenges.  I’ve missed joining in their antics and their latest is perfect for the season.

In Ketchup #18 the dynamic duo asks for a recommendation for summer reading.  There’s quite a few on my bookshelves worth listing, but most of my favorites come in series.  Its summer and I don’t want you spending all those warm days buried in a pile of books.  My book of choice this summer is the classic, “Lonesome Dove”.


Lonesome Dove is a story about two retired Texas Rangers who decide to have one last adventure by moving to Montana.  Along the way they encounter many challenges and discover great truths.

If you like  classic westerns, you’ll love Lonesome Dove; my choice for the summer.

Saddle Up.


If you’d like to get your hands on a copy or download a Kindle version, I’ve included a link to Amazon below.

Lonesome Dove through Amazon

8 thoughts on “Taking a break to Ketchup

  1. Your description has totally piqued my interest. Thanks, Gene. I’ll have to put this on my list. We love it when you come link-up with us!

    • Thanks I really enjoy it. The book is god, I think you might like it.

      I have some more things to blog about but the storm tonight kept me off-line. I’ll be posting again tomorrow.

  2. Such a colorful entry. You painted a great picture with words, Gene. Thanks so much for playing Ketchup With us again. It’s nice to see you ’round these parts. 🙂

    • Thanks. I’ve really missed joining you guys on your writing adventures, but do my best to keep up on your posts.

      Thunderstorms kept me off-line today, but I’ll be posting tomorrow. 🙂

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