Who is The Cowboy?


In a previous blog I explained how I came up with the idea of secondary characters I affectionately called "The Hens."

One of the other characters in Moonlight Cowboy is called The Cowboy--his real name currently unknown. He is a busker which Webster describes as a person who performs music and other entertainment in the street or public places.

While in Scottsdale, AZ visiting friends, I watched a man dressed as a wrangler straight out of the wild west--only he was covered in bronze colored paint from head to toe! When sitting still, he resembled a bronze statue and more often than not that's what unsuspecting passerby's thought he was...until he moved and scared them out of several years off their life.

While my friends shopped, I plopped onto a nearby bench watching this man work the crowd.

At that point I knew his character needed to be in one of my books. So that's how a cowboy made it onto the island of Victory.

But what else is he doing there? Who is he? You'll have to read the story to find out.

Moonlight Cowboy can be found on Amazon at: https://www.amazon.com/dp/moonlight-cowboy/B0CWTZF7FC