The Continuing Saga of The Rifleman written by Duchess McCain

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The Continuing Saga of The Rifleman written by Duchess McCain

Post by cowgirl » Tue Jun 06, 2017 7:37 pm

The Continuing Saga of The Rifleman
written by Duchess McCain

Chapter 1 & Chapter 2 — Sharper — a continuing saga
Lucas and Mark move to Buckville, AZ hoping for a new start. It's only been two years since Margret's death and Lucas is carrying a lot of anxiety. While searching for a job in the new town, Lucas discovers that it will take both him and Mark working together for things to get better.

Chapter 1 — The Lincoln County Story — a continuing saga
In a flashback story, Lucas begins to wonder if taking Mark on a cattle drive to Lincoln was really such a good idea. While there, they meet outlaws (Jesse Evans), wealthy ranchers (Chisum and Tunstall), and boy bent on revenge (William Bonney). Join them as they brave one of the most heated local conflicts in history: the Lincoln County War.

Chapter 2 — The Lincoln County Story — a continuing saga
Lucas and Mark move to Buckville AZ hoping for a new start. It's only been two years since Margret's death and Lucas is carrying a lot of anxiety. While searching for a job in the new town, Lucas discovers that it will take both him and Mark working together for things to get better.

Chapter 3 — The Lincoln County Story — a continuing saga Mark gets caught in between wanting to help his friend and what he knows Lucas would say.

Dust of the Earth (a mini story)
A short (I mean really short) story contrasting bitterness and love, hate and brotherly kindness.

Worship on Wagon Train (a mini story) he spring of 1950, John Ford released a western that would later be considered one of his greatest masterpieces (1). Instead of the iconic John Wayne leading this picture, Ward Bond starred as a likable but tough Mormon leader taking his people west. A member of the Ford Stock Company, Ward Bond had been in many Ford movies prior to Wagon Master, but always as a supporting character. Although Bond is not often remembered for his role as Elder Wiggs in Wagon Master, he is remembered for his role as Major Adams in the TV show Wagon Train. Inspired by John Ford’s movie, Wagon Train debuted in 1957 and quickly became a favorite, topping the Nielsen rating charts in 1961.


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