Welcome to Jim's homepage, where you can learn all about his books, stories, presentations, latest releases, and other news!
Jim now has a Facebook page specific to his books, where you can get latest news and links to his blog posts on the Western Fictioneers site!
Jim was busy in 2022, publishing many new books!
November 2022 - Clouds of Death (Western horror)
November 2022 - Trouble Times Two (Texas Ranger Luke Caldwell stories)
August 2022 - Change of Venue (James C. Blawcyzk novel)
August 2022 - A Ranger At Peace (Lone Star Ranger Volume 12)
New book series: May 2021: The Shermans (Series book 1)
Jim will be at Wild West City in Stanhope, NJ on July 24th and 25th for National Day of the Cowboy.
In Winchester, NH Sept. 25th for the annual Winchester Pickle Festival.
Oct. 7-10th at the Cowboy Way Jubilee in San Angelo, TX.
Book signings at all 3.
New book: May 2021 - A Ranger Never Quits: Lone Star Ranger 11
New book: January 2021 - Desperate Ride, A Texas Ranger Will Kirkpatrick Novel
The books will introduce a new character, Texas Ranger Luke Caldwell. The first one in the series, RIDE FOR JUSTICE - RIDE FOR REVENGE, was released December 2020.
Jim is now writing young adult books for Condor Publishing. More about Condor and Jim here.
January 2021 - Desperate Ride, A Texas Ranger Will Kirkpatrick Novel
December 2020 - Ride For Revenge (Dusty Saddle Publishing)
November 2020 - Deputy Pete and the Purloined Pickle Puzzle (Condor Publishing)
October 2020 - Deputy Pete and the Missing Muffin (Condor Publishing)
May 2020 - Murder Most Fowl- Texas Style - Texas Ranger James C Blawcyzk (modern) mystery now available
Lone Star Ranger 10: A Ranger for Life, is now available for on Amazon.
February 2019 - Jim was featured on this TV news piece about him and his horse Yankee.
December 2018 - Tough Month for a Ranger - new tale about modern day Texas Ranger Jim Blawzyck.
August 2018 - The Untamed West
A collection of twenty-nine tales of the Old West featuring previously unpublished stories by such classic Western writers as James Reasoner, Douglas Hirt, McKendree Long, and Michael R. Ritt. Edited by award winning author, L. J. Washburn.
December 2017 - Volume 9 of the "Lone Star Ranger" series, A Ranger Returns, is now available from Amazon.
From Center Point Large Print, large print editions of Death Stalks the Rangers, Death Rides the Rails, and Ranger's Revenge. Coming in July: Texas Jeopardy. Coming in September: Blood Ties.
Texas Ranger Jim Blawcyzk lands in hot water when he kills a drug dealer in a shoot-out between the Rangers and a gang of modern day outlaws deep in the heart of Texas. But that’s only the tip of the iceberg as he uncovers the criminal connection between these same drug dealers and a slew of murders taking place across several Texas counties. When the hit men come after him and his family, they get more than they ever bargained for—the fight is on, and Jim Blawcyzk is one Ranger who is determined to get his man, or die trying. As a deadly shooter chases his wife, mother, and baby son through city streets, Jim takes the battle to him in the most personal way he can. A Texas Ranger to the bone, Jim Blawcyzk vows to protect and defend his family, friends, and beloved home at any cost, in this deadly TEXAS JEOPARDY…
Jim will be doing a book signing October 5, 6 and 7, 2018 at the Cheshire Horse, in Swanzey, New Hampshire.
Starting October 2018, Jim will be reviewing books for True West magazine.
September 2018: Jim is on his national tour, visiting Ranger Bruce Sherman in the Dallas, Texas area, visiting retired Ranger Jim Huggins near Waco, stopping in at the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum in Waco, visited Llano for research for the upcoming book (Murder Most Fowl), attended a Mike Blakely concert in Fredricksburg, stopped in to visit firearms expert Karl Rehn of KR Training, and is heading to the Western Fictioneers convention in Oklahoma City, OK.
June 2018: Jim attended the re-enactment of the battle of Little Big Horn and visited the actual Little Big Horn battleground. He also visited the Buffalo Bill Heritage Center in Cody, Wyoming on his way to attend the 2018 Western Writers of America annual convention. He was also able to work in a visit to Deadwood, South Dakota.
During his visit to the Buffalo Bill center, he got to put on one of Buffalo Bill's hats - donated by a family member whose requirement for donation was that visitors would be able to touch and wear the hat. (Notice the rakish angle of the hat and all the others standing in line to wear it.)
left Photo credit Peter Hvizdak, New Haven Register, right photo credit Suzanne Hall. All Rights Reserved.