My article for May on the Western Fictioneers’ blog is about an iconic cowboy song that I incorporated the basic story (not the lyrics) into
I will confess that I have a fondness for doughnuts. For me, doughnuts are as versatile as Forrest Gump’s shrimp. You can deep-fry them, bake
Blog-a-Book-Scene is a monthly themed blogging endeavor from a group of authors who love to share excerpts from their stories. Find us on Twitter with
Every year, I head out on day long road trip that takes me through northern New Mexico or southern Colorado. Both areas are rich with
The Blog-a-Book-Scene theme for March is Beware the Ides of March. The excerpt below is from my western romance novel, The Gunfighter’s Woman. The heroine,
February’s Blog-A-Book theme is All You Need is Love. This excerpt is from my western romance novel, The Gunfighter’s Woman. The hero, Matt, is
May 1, 1880 – The first issue of the newspaper, Tombstone Epitaph, is published. The owner stated: Every tombstone should have its epitaph. Read more.
Today I’m blogging about my latest release The Gunfighter’s Woman, which is a paranormal western romance inspired by the old cowboy song, Ghostriders in the