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“A Quiet Place of Violence” Briefly Discounted

There’s nothing quite like autumn in Montana. Warm days and brisk nights, cottonwoods turning yellow and bull elk bugling…and ebooks presented at a discount. Now, and throughout the remainder of hunting season, the influential and highly-regarded “A Quiet Place of Violence” is marked down to $3.99. A copy can be purchased here.

“Big Sky Journal” reviews “High and Inside”

Nice notice for High and Inside in the latest issue of Big Sky Journal. Matt Mayo writes, “By the end, though I’d trekked through a whole lot of emotional landscape with the characters…their lives are so well rendered that I can’t help but want to know what happens next.” Many thanks to BSJ for giving […]

“High and Inside” Briefly on Sale

  After a fantastic goodreads promotion, Bangtail Press is taking a moment to say thank you to all those who expressed interest in Russell Rowland’s new novel, High and Inside. For the next 48 hours, we’re discounting the e-book from $9.99 to $2.99!

“High and Inside” Review

Baseball America has just given Russell Rowland’s novel, High and Inside, a glowing, perceptive review, calling it “a lush picture of modern sports and Montana. We couldn’t agree more.  

Russell Rowland on “The Write Question”

Bangtail author Russell Rowland talks with Cherie Newman on “The Write Question,” discussing and reading from his new novel, High and Inside. Airing over the airwaves tonight on Montana’s public radio stations, the online version can be found here. A wonderful book, and a great interview!

Thomas McIntyre Interviewed by Wyoming Public Radio

Thomas McIntyre, author of The Snow Leopard’s Tale, offers up a top-shelf interview for Wyoming Public Radio. If you have an extra five minutes, you could do a lot worse than spend it here…  

High and Inside, Early Reviews

High and Inside, Early Reviews

The supporting blurbs are in for Russell Rowland’s High and Inside (release date, June 15). This is one of our favorite steps leading up to publication…when we start to see our appreciation for a book echoed by our community of respected peers and colleagues. In addition to Leif Enger’s early blurb, Kim Barnes (author of […]