Bio: Herb Marlow has been featured on TV, radio and in print publications nationwide. He is an established authority on childhood issues, a motivational speaker for children and adults, a professional counselor, copywriter and a rancher. He and his wife reside on a small working ranch in East Texas.
Dr. Marlow has published thirty-five books, 23 for children, young adults and adults, and 12 professional works addressing counseling issues, writing and education, and a trilogy of books on parenting. As a freelance writer, Herb?s stories and articles have been published in many national periodicals and professional journals, as well as online blogs.
Herb is a captivating speaker and storyteller whose tales engage children and adults alike. Bringing his own real-life stories of challenge and triumph into each speaking engagement, he helps people see their worlds from a higher point of view.
Taking full advantage of his Western roots, Herb has written Trouble on the Bosque in the first person. The descriptions of cattle and horse work in the book come from his own experiences, though the cattle he raises today are much tamer than the longhorns of Earl Lamar?s time.
Sending Josh Holt and his friends home to daddy, tied on their horses backward, might seem to some a mean thing to do, but to Marshal Stan Hankins, it was better than sending them home dead. Outlaws West follows the fast-thinking Deputy U.S. Marshal and his partner Chico Wrath as they find and arrest outlaws who have fled to Indian Territory in the 1870's to escape the law. It's a dangerous job, and it doesn't pay very well, but it sure beats farming! Meet the characters and smell the gun smoke ... more info>>