Miraculous Staircase – Santa Fe, New Mexico – by Kaye Spencer #sweetheartsofthewest #LorettoChapel #OldWest

  Within the well-preserved and quiet walls of Loretto Chapel in Santa Fé, New Mexico, is a staircase steeped in two mysteries that, for many

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

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

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,

Historical music trivia and a Valentine’s Day story by Kaye Spencer #westernromance #anthology #SweetheartsoftheWest

One of the many reasons I enjoy writing historical western romance novels and short stories is the research required to make sure all the historical

Kaye Spencer’s favorite song #sweetheartsofthewest #favoritesong #greensleeves

We all have songs that mean something extra special to us whether by our associating them with an event, a loved one, a precious moment,

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