∙ Today is the release day for the mass-market paperback version of The Cowboy Who Caught Her Eye! (Ebook will be released July 1st.) ∙ RT Book reviews says: Robinson captures the wistful, long -ago world of the Dakota Territory in ...―
Yes, summer has arrived on the home front! Flowers are blooming, bees are buzzing, and the granddaughters are enjoying outdoor fun and games. I, too, and am enjoying the warm days. I love sitting on the deck and writing, and I’m aware of how...―
∙ That’s right! The Cowboy Who Caught Her Eye will be released on June 18th! (Mass paperback, the ebook will be released on July 1st.) ∙ I was given three stipulations with this book. Hero had to be a ‘cowboy’,...―
∙ Yep, I bought a new house. Here it is. I’d went to the garden shop just for mulch for the flowerbeds but my four-year-old granddaughter was with me and fell in love with ‘the house with the yellow door'. Thankfully her daddy, ...―
∙ I hope you are enjoying the various blog posts from this hop as much as I am! There are nearly fifty authors participating and talking about why they love cowboys! Cowboy Charm Blog Hops also has a companion Facebook Group if you'd like ...―
∙ Stetsons and Scandals ∙ The final rounds of edits are all done on my next two stories in Harlequin’s UNDONE line. Dance with the Rancher and Rescued by the Ranger will make up the Stetsons and Scandals miniseries, and both ...―
∙ A book’s journey is never ending. In most cases it starts the moment an idea pops into the author’s head, and from there, it flows forward through months, or longer, of rewrites and edits, and all sorts of behind the scenes ...―
∙ The Cowboy Who Caught Her Eye THE SHOPKEEPER'S SHAME Pregnant and unmarried, Molly Thorson knows her livelihood is under threat. The last thing she needs is a distracting cowboy swaggering into view. Especially one who knows she has a ...―
∙ The entire Quinter Bride Series is on sale for $2.99! ∙ The ebook version of Inheriting a Bride was released March 1st. So it is now available in both print and electronically. "A delightful western...humor, realism and sweet...―
∙ I do enjoy how the number of daylight hours continues to grow even though it means another month is slipping away. The sunlight gives me more energy. Though I’m already dreading when we ‘fall back’ in March. Loosing that...―
We woke up to several more inches of snow this morning. A blessing for the ground when it all melts, but don’t ask my son to be happy about it. It took him over four hours to get to work, which usually only takes 50 minutes or so. ∙...―
Currently around a half of organizations ranging in size from SMEs to large multinationals ...
∙ One of the few things I consider when buying a frock is the print. Growing up, I ...
My first thought when I saw the topic for this weeks Photo Challenge: Curves was the ...