Traveling Back to the Wild West with "Chains"

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In her new novel, Bobbie Sue Nicholson elucidates family dysfunction in the Old West.

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'I wanted to write a book that would take readers back to a different time.'

The bond between a father and son plays an instrumental role in shaping future relationships. Author, Bobbie Sue Nicholson has highlighted this connection in her newest novel.

“Chains” is a Western narrative about a young man, Milo Black, who is resentful against being ordered to marry a woman from a refined Eastern family by his father, a former bounty hunter and lawman.

While Milo struggles to decide his own fate and become a better man than his father, the true dangers and injustice of the West come to life.

“I wanted to write a book that would take readers back to a different time,” Nicholson said. “I focused on providing a story that was entertaining and emotionally insightful.”

“Chains” highlights the difficulties of family dysfunction, while empowering readers to take charge of their life and not let emotions or fears hold them back.

By: Bobbie Sue Nicholson
ISBN: 978-1-49180-800-9
Softcover retail price: $14.95
Hardcover retail price: $23.99
E-book retail price: $3.99
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and AuthorHouse online bookstores

About the author
Bobbie Sue Nicholson graduated from Denver University with a degree in Art Education and later attended Indiana State University, where she received her master’s degree. Nicholson has a lifetime teaching license and currently resides in Rockville, Indiana with her husband. They have two adult sons.

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