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

Mail-Order Mix-up – Valentine’s Day story by Kaye Spencer – February #blogabookscene #PrairieRosePubs #westernromanceanthology

When you have a moment, stop in at the Prairie Rose Publications’ blog to read an excerpt from my story Mail-Order Mix Up, which is

Under a Western Sky by Kaye Spencer #boxedset #westernromance #PrairieRosePubs #bookvideo

Where do the very best love stories blossom? UNDER A WESTERN SKY, of course! This fabulous boxed set of six tales of danger and romance

THE COMANCHERO’S BRIDE by Kaye Spencer – August #blogabookscene Alone Again, Naturally #PrairieRosePubs #westernromance

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

Kaye Spencer at Sweethearts of the West blog: Palisades Sill, New Mexico and The Gunfighter’s Woman #sweetheartsofthewest #westernromance

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

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