Want a scandalous love story?


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Visit me at http://sweetheartsofthewest.blogstop.com and read the rags to riches tale of Baby Doe and Horace Tabor. Their love affair rocked 1880s Colorado and caused a national scandal.

I’m giving away a Kindle copy of Dashing Druid to one visitor who leaves a comment about the article, so stop by and share your thoughts. Be sure to leave your email address if you want to be included in my book drawing.

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Blogging on Cowboy Kisses


Cowboy kissing sm.Hey Partners, I’m blogging today on Cowboy Kisses, one of my favorite websites. My topic is “Cowboy Lullabies.” I posted two classic ditties night herders often sang to keep their nervous cattle calm through the dark hours and prevent stampedes. Also included is a scene from Dashing Druid, wherein the hero surprises his gal while guarding the sleeping herd they’re driving up the Chisholm Trail to Kansas.

I hope you’ll come on over, read the words of real old time cowboys and imagine some lonely cowpoke singing to his charges under the wide starlit sky. If you do, please say hi. Hearing from y’all is what makes blogging worthwhile.

Writing Organizations—Finding the perfect fit


Check out this great article about finding the right writing organization for you. A list of such groups is included.

Writers In The Storm Blog

by Orly Konig-Lopez

When the idea of writing morphed into a dream to get published, I quickly realized I had a lot to learn. I sought out writing organizations that would provide the opportunity to meet other, hopefully like-minded, writers.

What I discovered is that there are a lot of writing organizations. Some niche focused, some general. All had great things to offer. But none were focused on what I needed as an aspiring author of women’s fiction.

Then someone recommended an online chapter under Romance Writers of America that was dedicated to women’s fiction. I couldn’t believe my luck!

In the two years since joining, I’ve met amazing writers—multi-published authors (can we say fan girl squees?), debut authors and aspiring writers, treading water just like me. I met my fabulous critique partners, learned heaps about publishing, and gained the confidence to go after my dream.

As many of our…

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