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Around The Barn – November 30, 2013


Around The Barn with Heads Up Santa Clarita Horse Therapy
Date:  November 30, 2013
Host Nancy Pitchford Zhe  Co-Host Bobbi Jean Bell with Allan on the Board
It’s All About Western Fiction and the Books of JIM CHRISTINA
        
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Around The Barn – November 30, 2013

Airing Saturday at 9:00 a.m., Around the Barn with Heads Up is brought to you by Heads Up Santa Clarita Horse Therapy on Horseback, OutWest Boutique and Cultural Center in Old Town Newhall and Fox Feed.

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About our In-Studio Guest, Jim Christina:
Not much about me is pertinent…I am an avid equestrian and used my Appaloosa horse as the model for Horse. The Hunter now also rides a pinto horse named Bandit and he is also my horse…I like to put my horses in because I know their personalities. I am also a living historian of the Old West and constantly strive to put every part of my knowledge into my writing. I travel to Southeast Arizona regularly, specifically, Tombstone and Bisbee are my favorites. Every bit of tack I use in my everyday riding is authentic to the period of 1840-1890 from my half-seat drovers’ saddle to my replica 1859 McClellan and gear along with the weapons I own including a brace of Colt revolvers, an 1873 Winchester Border rifle in 40-44 and an 1892 Winchester carbine in .45 LC.

I write to tell the stories that have been swimming in my brain for a lot of years. I hope that as you, the readers, get into my books you’ll enjoy reading them as much as I have enjoyed writing them.

Jim Christina is the author of exciting, page turning, engaging novels set in the West. He has been a frequent guest on Around The Barn and we always look forward to hearing about his latest title. Dark Angel, released earlier this year, is his newest.

Tune into the podcast to hear:
*About Jim’s series of Western novels built on 2 main characters, Jeff Stryker and The  Hunter
*What made Jim think of a writing about a “dark entity?”
*Who is the Deacon?
*What prompted the story line? Why set in Arizona?
*Where do Stryker and Hunter go from here?
*
What else is he working on?

Follow Jim Christina: http://www.jimchristina.net
facebook: https://www.facebook.com/james.christina.5?fref=ts

PLAYLIST:
CD Christmas In The Canyon – Eli Barsi
*Christmas in the Canyon
CD
Too Hot To Handle – The Red Hot Rhythm Rustlers
*That’s Why I Love Arizona
CD Lonesome County Road- Barry Ward
*A Storm Abrewin’
*The Trail You Ride
*Ghost Chickens In The Sky
*White Horse of Glory

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Nominated by the Western Music Association
The Western Music Association nominated “Around The Barn” for 2013, 2012, and 2011 DJ/Radio Program of The Year! One of five finalists, the award was presented at the annual Western Music Association conference in November 2013. Although we did not win, we were honored to be nominated for a third for a third year in a row. This is a prestigious award! We send sincere thanks to all those who support this show.


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Around The Barn – November 30, 2013

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