Randy Denmon has a stubborn streak a mile wide. He refused to give up his search for a literary agent for his first novel even after hundreds had turned him down. When he finally convinced an agent to take him on as a client, the agent almost immediately sold The Lawless Frontier to Kensington Books as part of a multi-book contract. The historical novel went on to win a fair amount of critical acclaim. It was a finalist in both the National Writers Association’s annual novel competition and the 2007 Golden Spur Award for best original paperback novel. Randy’s second novel, The Savage Breed, was released in 2009, and he has been writing and selling novels ever since.