"Tumbleweeds" was selected by the editors of Frontier Tales Magazine which features only the best Western authors.
They are very selective about what they publish and have very strict submission guidelines. "Tumbleweeds" is part of the New American Western collection of short stories that often feature women as the lead character. This particular story is about a woman that catches the attention of a cowboy, but she isn't very receptive and has ignored every single man that has approached her in the wild and loud saloon they're in. The cowboy walks outside to think about what's going on with this solitary woman. It's not to long after that when he faces temptation from the very woman that didn't seem the least bit interested in anyone. This is the second time a story from "New American Western" has been chosen to be in a magazine that features Western authors. The first story was "No.3" which was featured in The Bullpen section on Rope and Wire.com
links are provided for the two stories: