Write Because It Makes You Happy

The Next Election received a 4+ star review, making it an IndieReader Approved title. Following find an interview with author Landon Wallace. What is the name of the book and when was it published? The Next Election, published November 2019. What’s the book’s first line?  Blake Buchanan raised his right hand…

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Goodbye, Max

He didn’t need to talk to convey his message. His sweet brown eyes always twinkled and his floppy ears perked up when he wanted our attention, which had far more impact than the yapping his little mate did to distract us away. The last time his big beautiful eyes were open, they said thank you family, it’s been a good life, I’ll miss you.

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The Election: A Topical Tale

When Blake throws his hat into a long-shot race for governor, he has no idea that his heavily- favored opponent, a sexy conservative whose values are as phony as her plasticized figure, and a fiery love from his past will come close to destroying everything he holds dear—his family, reputation,…

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Where Fiction Meets Reality

Come and Take It – Search for the Treasure of the Alamo was published in April 2015 – before the state of Texas claimed management control over the Alamo. While the DRT’s struggles with the state had festered prior to that time, many scenes in my novel reveal trouble in…

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Forbidden Love

At the heart of my novel Come and Take It is an unusual love story between Nat Travis, the protagonist, and his former sister-in-law, Renee. To many, any relationship between a man and his brother’s former wife crosses into the land of the forbidden. The question is—should it? Fate brings…

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Alamo Legend, Jim Bowie

Welcome to the Landon Wallace website and blog.  I’ll use this section to occasionally provide historical information about the real-life characters who appear in my novel, Come and Take It.  There are many. Central to the novel is Alamo legend, Jim Bowie.  A great deal has been written about Bowie…

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Alamo Treasure and Joe the Slave

Joe the Slave The pivotal actor in Come and Take It—Joe the slave—is not a fictional character. With few exceptions, most historians agree that Joe was the sole male survivor of the Alamo. Joe’s story has been largely untold for the last 170 years but this past March a remarkably…

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Now On Sale: Come And Take It!

Come and Take It: Search for the Treasure of the Alamo is now available in paperback for purchase at Amazon.com.  For a fun adventure with a little Texas history on the side, get whisked into this time slip mystery, searching for lost treasure from the Alamo. I’m Landon Wallace and…

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