Rasmus - Tales of a Utah Cowboy

Front cover of Rasmus - Tales of a Utah Cowboy Rasmus - Tales of a Utah Cowboy

by Beth M. Stephenson
with Jay Anderson,

released in April 2010!

Enjoy the true and less true adventures of the wild west cowboy, Rasmus Anderson. As a Mormon boy forced into manhood before his whiskers sprouted, he lived at the end of his rope. Whether herding wild mustangs or defending life and limb, his lasso was his lifeline. So curl your bedroll around the campfire and settle in for some yarn spinning like you never had the sense to hope for.

Rasmus - Tales of a Utah Cowboy includes 232 pages of stories of adventure and romance in the life of Rasmus Anderson and his mentor Lars Johnson and sidekick Big Lacy and other colorful characters on the range and in towns he visits.

Rasmus - Tales of a Utah Cowboy is available for $9.95 plus shipping. The book may be purchased at Amazon.com. The book is also available for Kindle on Amazon.com. To read excerpts from the book, go to the website of Beth Stephenson.

Beth Stephenson: author, columnist, speaker

Beth grew up mostly on the coast of California in a family with diverse interests and pursuits. She has five brothers and one sister, one daughter and six sons. She married her husband Jeff after her freshman year at BYU. She finished her Bachelor’s degree in English and American literature at BYU through a distance-learning program in 2005.

She has lived primarily in Utah, California, Colorado, Missouri, and recently in beautiful Edmond, Oklahoma. Besides writing, Beth also enjoys gardening, the homemaking arts, reading, hiking, travel, sports, teaching an early morning religion class, and public speaking.

Beth has had poetry and prose published in The Ensign and The Friend magazines. From 2007 to 2009, she wrote two columns for the Edmond Sun newspaper with some republished in Business Week. Her feature stories have been published in various newspapers and newsletters. Her first novel, “The Angel’s Song,” was published in 2002 and rewritten and republished in December, 2009. “Rasmus: Tales of a Utah Cowboy,” is Beth's second novel to be published. A third novel, “That Thy Days May Be Long,” historical fiction set in South Carolina and Southern England between 1800 and 1835, and a fourth novel, “The Masterpiece," is also completed.

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