Hayseed




      Hayseed
From two time winner of the Spur Award and author of Stillwater Smith , Frank Roderus, comes a classic coming of age story of a young man in the Old West Available now. Free Read Hayseed [ by ] Frank Roderus [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – heartforum.co.uk

Frank Roderus wrote his first story it was a western when he was five It was really awful, as might be expected, but his mother kept that typed and spell checked short story tucked away until the day she died.Later, Frank became a newspaper reporter, thinking that books are written by authors which he most assuredly was not He kept trying to write though, and eventually did it wrong enough to learn how to get it right That first sale, a young adult novel published by Independence Press, wasthan thirty years and a good many books ago.As a journalist, the Colorado Press Association awarded Frank Roderus their highest award, the Sweepstakes Award, for the best news story of 1980, and the Western Writers of America has twice named Frank recipient of their prestigious Spur Award Frank passed away at age 73 in December 2015.

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  • Paperback
  • 202 pages
  • Hayseed
  • Frank Roderus
  • English
  • 21 November 2018
  • 0843944323

10 thoughts on “ Hayseed

  1. Roger Russell says:

    Life and trials of a real country bumpkinPoor Arnie Rasmussen was a true knight in shining armour wannabe When the imagined love of his life, that he was ever afraid to approach back home in Wyoming was kidnapped he thought, by this fast talking slick shyster, Arnie set off to find and rescue her then bring her back to Wyoming where she could be his wife and they could live happily ever after Well, poor Arnie met withobstacles along the way that no mortal man should never have faced T Life and trials of a real country bumpkinPoor Arnie Rasmussen was a true knight in shining armour wannabe When the imagined love of his life, that he was ever afraid to approach back home in Wyoming was kidnapped he thought, by this fast talking slick shyster, Arnie set off ...

  2. Carrol j Oliphint says:

    Not one of his bestWhile perfectly readable this book is just too predictable. Rodgers is capable of so muchI found myself waiting for a surprise There were none.

  3. Linda L. Brand says:

    Lots of interesting actionThe author kept my interest right through to the end There was a lot of intrigue as well as a lot of action.

  4. Bryan Boswell says:

    Good book Coming of age book.

  5. Laura J Yale says:

    AaA good short story 30 minutes and instant action It will take your mind off your troubles and let you rest or sleep.

  6. Jim Boyd says:

    Hard times make hard people I choose a five star , because I like Arnie and this story He was naive but a hearted you n man.

  7. Casey says:

    A very different WesternNo bang, bang shoot m up to be found in these pages but rather a slice of life as it might be and not necessarily as you want it to be A very good book.

  8. Kenneth B Alger says:

    Growing up the hard way.Just buy it and read, you will see what I mean The kid grows up the hard way, learning on the way.

  9. D. E. says:

    An FR Western About A Young Man Who Chased a Woman Who He Thinks Has Been KidnappedFR had penned a western novel about a young man and woman who went to school together The young man like the young girl but it was not a two way street The young lady disappears and the young man hunts her down and finally locates her working as a spoiled woman in a house of women The woman sends him away and the young man finds a ranch to work at until he finished grow...

  10. Didier says:

    A very good western novel.

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