RANCH & BORDER

Ranch life. Seasoned with Cowboy Poetry

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May 19, 2020

How does one make that leap from starry-eyed wannabe’, to serious butt-in-the-chair-author with a published dream on book store shelves? This three part blog series will share how David Griffith made that leap from serious cowboy to serious author.

April 27, 2020

There’s an expression in the investing world called, “talking your book.” It’s used for fund managers who try to convince clients that the securities they’re selling are a good buy. Today, I’m going to talk my book, albeit in a somewhat different arena. 

Winter here at...

April 7, 2020

While we maintain our segregated existence, I’ve decided to put every one of my e-books on sale for $1.99, about the price of a cup of coffee from today, April 6th until the end of the month. We’re calling it, “The Cabin Fever Sale.” You can access any or all of them f...

March 23, 2020

Returning back home from a writing holiday in Mexico was its own adventure, and now we are self-isolating on the ranch due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The good news though is that the first draft of 5th book in the Border Series is complete. Read more...

December 23, 2019

David Griffith's Christmas Poem to help you enjoy the holidays.

November 21, 2017

Deep snow covered the north country, and a cold front had marched down from the Alaska interior, smothering any initiative I might have felt for outside activities. As if that wasn’t motivation enough to escape, an investment with a man I’d trusted had recently obliter...

August 4, 2014

Ranches need horses—probably always will, in spite of the four wheel drive pickup and the more-than-handy quads. There are just some jobs that can only be handled by a cowboy on a horse, whether it’s combing rough bush country or roping and doctoring cattle that are mi...

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