Newest short story by Michael E. Mclean posted on Fictitious

Read the full story HERE>> Cloud

Newest Western Short Story by Darrel Sparkman posted on Fictitious

Read the full story HERE>> The Last Warrant

NOTICE: Rope and Wire to Close Down 

Read more HERE>>

Full Disclosure: I apologize in advance for putting this disclosure in your face. The new FTC regulations require it. Since 2006, the Rope and Wire website has been promoting western authors. This site also promotes the books written by these authors. The books are linked to the appropriate Amazon page. If you click on the link, As an Amazon Associate I'll earn a small commission from qualifying purchases.This does NOT add to the cost of your purchase. It DOES help to keep this site up and running.

Western Short Stories
Buck Immov
Ranch Romance

Marion Patton AKA Buck Immov

Buck Immov, lived his first 20 years in the Rockies. He has ridden the high country. His stories are based on high country people . His father ran the Hayden Ranch, now on the National Register of Historic Places. Buck went to college in Oregon and did research fellowships in Iowa, Wisconsin, and Virginia. He spent the next 25 years as a diver, a marine biologist, in California, Alaska, Hawaii, and Guam. He taught marine biology at several small California colleges.  He has published 25 articles on science. He lives in Rainbow, California. 

Buck's Website can be found HERE>>

Buck's books can be found HERE>>

To Marry a Gunfighter: A Western Romance

Buck Immov

The aspen leaves had just begun to turn before Snakeskin Anderson decided that he had finished enough fencing to get some cattle. The hay had long since been cut and stored in the barns and the haying crew had gone back to Nebraska and their own little farms.

It was a good time to move cattle. The rivers were low enough to make them easy to cross and the heat had left the deserts, but snow had not yet fallen in the high country. There had been many messages coming and going from Snakeskin's ranch. Finally, he announced that he was going over to Beaver in Utah to pick up a herd next week.

When Snakeskin came in from work the next day, there was a note wedged his the door that said, “Come see me.” The note was not signed, but he knew who sent it. Read the full story HERE>>

Read more western short stories by Buck Immov HERE>>


Short Story Fiction publication featuring stories by authors with stories posted on Rope and Wire.

Read them HERE>>