Six Gun Territory Hosts John T. Wayne, Author Book-Signing Event Nov 7-8, 2020.

John T. Wayne Author will be featured at a book signing during the 8th Bi-Annual Six Gun Territory Wild West Weekend in Ocala, FL.

Paragould, AR, November 3, 2020: John T. Wayne today announced participation in the 8th Bi-Annual Six Gun Territory Wild West Weekend and Reunion at the Kirby Family Farm in Ocala, Florida and will be featured at a Historical Civil War and Western Fiction book-signing. This November 7th and 8th, 2020, The Shadow Riders gang still ain’t learned a thing and are still holdin’ up in the backwoods of the Kirby Family Farm trying to rob that there train! Varmints come into town every chance to stir up some trouble too. Don’t worry though cause The Six Gun Original Gunfighters will be there to run ‘em back outta town. A whole band of Outlaws and Lawdogs having a whole ‘nuther showdown out in the woods at a little place called BloomTown and we hear it’s pretty ugly! Don’t believe us? Then hop on that there fancy wagon and see for yerself!

John T Wayne, the grandson of John Wayne (the famous actor) will be on site and will be signing books from “The Gaslight Boys Series.” The series now includes seven historically accurate western novels. The latest western fiction release “Peace In The Valley” will be available for an author’s signature.

Ride the Kirby’s REAL historic railroad but know train robbers are always up to no good! There’ll be plenty of Wild West fun. Also, a very special reunion of Gunfighters, Can Can Girls, and more cast members from the Original Six Gun Territory! There’ll even be stuff on display from Six Gun. Meet childhood heroes and get pictures, hear stories, and all! Bring some chairs, popup tent, and have a good time!

Camp like the cowboys did on the farm Saturday night and enjoy the whole weekend.

This is a family event, so won’t be no Moonshine or bacco’ allowed ya’ hear!? Come on out and have a great time!

Saturday, November 7th and Sunday, the 8th, 2020, Gates open at 10:00 AM and features the original Six Gun Territory gunfights with original Six Gun Territory Gunfighters, train rides, live entertainment, fun carousel rides, and more throughout the day until 4:00 PM on Saturday and Sunday.

“Peace In The Valley” is the latest western fiction in my Gaslight Boy series and one of the most exciting” added John. The novel sets a new standard in western storytelling as John Robison heads west to discover a new life in Peace Valley. There will be no peace in the valley until John Robison is through. The mystery and intrigue of surviving the biggest water rights battle of the west.

The Six Gun Territory’s Wild West Weekend in Ocala FL is an event not to be missed. Show up November 7-8, 2020 starting at 10 AM.

About John T. Wayne

John T. Wayne the American Civil War and Historical Western author is the grandson of John Wayne (the actor). Growing up attending schools all over the state of Missouri, John learned the true history of the US Civil War. John is a chip off the old block, believing in God, individual responsibility and the idea of a free America. Following in true Reagan fashion, “A True American”.

John began writing his stories in 1985 while attending the University of Oregon. Leaving Oregon after daughter Kimberly passed and returning home to Missouri. After 30 years of marriage together with Donna, there are incredible stories of traveling together to share.

John is on the road a lot with speaking engagements and book signings. Traveling about 50,000 miles a year and making 50 to 75 western festivals and book signings every year.

About “The Gaslight Boys Series”

John has now published seven western novels telling the story of “The Gaslight Boys.” When the Civil War started there were only two orphanages’ in St. Louis with a growing number of children to care for, the Mullanphy Orphanage and the St. Louis Protestant Orphanage. This is the historically accurate tragic stories of over 100,000 children losing everything, including siblings and parents to become the original “Cowboys”.

In John’s words, “These are the stories of the young men and women who grew up to become great in their own right, men and women of the great society. Some of them became great, some became outlaws, and some died short of the chance.”

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