Tuesday, March 15, 2016


Award Winning Western for 99 Cents, Starting March 16th 

My name is Molly Noble Bull, and When the Cowboy Rides Away, my Christian western historical with a touch of romance, won the 2016 Texas Association of Authors contest in the Christian Western category

The e-book version of my western will be on sale for 99 cents from March 16th to March 23, 2016.

Maggie Gallaghher, twenty-one, runs the Gallagher Ranch in 1880 South Texas and has raised her little sister and orphaned nephew since her parents and older sister died. No wonder she doesn’t have time for romance. 
When the Cowboy Rides Away by Molly Noble Bull opens two years after Maggie loses her family members. Out for a ride with her sister, she discovers Alex Lancaster, a handsome cowboy, shot and seriously wounded on her land. Kindhearted and a Christian, Maggie nurses him back to health despite all her other chores. How could she know that Alex had a secret that could break her heart? 

The novel is accompanied by two study guides for home school families based on When the Cowboy Rides Away and written by Jeanette Pierce, one study guides for teachers and one for students, and the study guides are on sale for 99 cents too. 

But if you decide to buy the paperback versions instead, nobody will try and stop you. 
Take a look. 
To see all Molly’s books, visit her website. www.mollynoblebull.com
You can read the first part of some of her books at her website. Just scroll down and click Molly’s Free Downloads.  

Molly Noble Bull was born in the ranch country of South Texas where she and her family live today and where the setting of When the Cowboy RidesAway takes place. Her father and her grandfather were real Texas cowboys; so it is not surprising that she likes to write westerns. 
Molly has published books with Zondervan, Love Inspired, Tsaba House, Westbow Press, Creation House and Elk Lake Press. Though Tsaba House is no longer in business, they published Sanctuary, and Sanctuary won the 2008 Gayle Wilson Award in the inspirational category and also tied for first place in another national contest for published authors that year. Gatehaven, Molly’s Christian Gothic historical, won the 2013 Creation House Fiction Writing Contest as a manuscript, and was published in 2014. The SecretPlace is a reprint of Sanctuary under a new title and a new cover, and her next western will be titled The Rogue’s Daughter.    


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