Immortality and Chaos (epic fantasy)

A forgotten prison. A powerful artifact. An epic tale begins.

A forgotten prison. A powerful artifact. An epic tale begins.

Chaos and Retribution (sequel to Immortality and Chaos)

Three children with the powers of Stone, Sea, and Sky…

Three children with the powers of Stone, Sea, and Sky…

Lone Wolf Howls (action/adventure/comedy)

Meet Ace Lone Wolf, a half-Apache gunslinger with a quick draw and a talent for finding trouble…

Meet Ace Lone Wolf, a half-Apache gunslinger with a quick draw and a talent for finding trouble…

Watching the End of the World (thriller)

It’s just another reality show…until the world ends.

Author

Eric T Knight

Long ago, I grew up on a working cattle ranch in the Arizona desert. But if you’re thinking that sounds romantic…no. Just no. Replace those thoughts of 10-gallon hats and six-shooters with old, rusted trucks, sagging, barbed-wire fences, sway-backed horses and unending work. Which probably has a lot to do with why I became a writer. It involves a whole lot more sitting than ranching does, though most of the time the pay has been about the same. I’ve been writing novels for 30 years and some might even be worth reading.

My Writing Blog

Tales from Date Creek Ranch – Lady, part horse, part evil

By the time I was five or six I was judged old enough to ride my own horse during round up. At last I could begin to earn my keep. The horse for beginners on Date Creek Ranch was Lady, a horse so ancient she had turned white, speckled with little brown spots, like...

Tales from Date Creek Ranch – Early memories

A joshua tree. Some of my very earliest childhood memories on the ranch, when I was three or four years old, are of riding behind my father during round up. (Round up being that time when the cattle are gathered off the range and brought into the corrals, in case...

Tales from Date Creek Ranch – Humble beginnings

The old barn. Still standing somehow. Sixty square miles of hard-packed dirt and caliche, filled with rocks, greasewood, cactus and more rocks. Twenty-six miles from the sleepy town of Wickenburg, straddling Highway 93 and Date Creek. That’s Date Creek Ranch.Now...

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