84 years ago – April 14, 1935 – ‘Black Sunday’ by Kaye Spencer #sweetheartsofthewest #DustBowl #coloradohistory

April 14, 1935 went down in history as “Black Sunday”. A dust storm that people later described as a black blizzard swept over the Oklahoma

Movie trivia – Four movies that share the same plot by Kaye Spencer #hollywood #prairierosepubs #movies

As a trivia nerd, I was delighted to realize four familiar movies are crafted around the same premise of villagers hiring warriors to defend their

A small tribute to country music legend Merle Haggard by Kaye Spencer #classiccountry #countrymusic #westernfictioneers

April 6, 1937 and April 6, 2016 are significant dates for those of us whose country music roots are in what I call ‘classic country’…

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

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