Roy Orbison’s song “Only the Lonely” by Kaye Spencer #prairierosepubs #classicpop #OTD

Today in History – March 25th, 1960 – Roy Orbison recorded a song that would become one of his biggest hits, if not his biggest.

Why I write in the historical romance genre by Kaye Spencer #SweetheartsoftheWest #historicalromance #amwriting

An author interview question I often encounter asks why I write in the historical romance genre. While I am drawn to the historical time periods

‘Beware the ides of March’ – and a treacherous excerpt from THE COMANCHERO’S BRIDE by Kaye Spencer #blogabookscene #westernromance #PrairieRosePubs

Two days from now… Beware the ides of March. This phrase conjures images of danger, destruction, and death. It is a dire warning that bad

March Old West trivia by Kaye Spencer #trivia #westernfictioneers #OldWestHistory

For my featured article this month at the Western Fictioneers’ blogspot, I have compiled a brief list of notable events in Old West history. The

February #blogabookscene & Excerpt from Give Me Tomorrow by Kaye Spencer #PrairieRosePubs #vampireromance

For a quick, uplifting diversion, stop in at the Fire Star Press to read an “All You Need is Love” excerpt from my contemporary cowboy/vampire

Quick history of poker and book video for Gambling with Love by Kaye Spencer #sweetheartsofthewest #westernromance #bookvideo

My western romance Gambling with Love is set in 1883 in Denver, Colorado against the backdrop of a high-stakes poker tournament. The heroine, Lainie Conrad,

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