Sunday, July 4, 2010


In the absolutely stellar month of June I not only found out Where the Wind Blows has been selected by Thorndike Publishing to be published in large print format for libraries, but also that Dorchester wants to publish the sequel to Montana Dawn. My new story is about John McCutcheon, the youngest brother of the McCutcheon clan. He's a physician and on his way to his first practice out of medical school. On the way the stagecoach is attacked and he's thrust together with a beautiful young woman named Lily, who is as tough as she is charming. ONCE UPON A TEXAS TWILIGHT is going to be a rip-roaring fun ride, so be sure to stay tuned.

Congratulations to Nancy, the winner of my monthly drawing. She will have a signed copy of Where the Wind Blows in the mail to her next week. If you like to win free books be sure sign up for my News Letter. You'll be automatically entered each month.

Until next time, wishing you everything good.

Friday, June 11, 2010

More Good News

Where the Wind Blows is a finalist again! This time it’s the Greater Detroit’s Romance Writers of America Bookseller’s Best Contest. Needless to say, I’m thrilled. This right on the heels of WTWB tying for first in Wisconsin’s Write Touch Contest. The winners of Booksellers Best will be announced in Orlando at the National Conference at Disney World. I’m really looking forward to this year’s conference.

Also, a big congratulations to Aliciae Flores for winning the May drawing for a signed copy of Where the Wind Blows. It’s easy to win free books. Just sign up for my newsletter and you’ll automatically be entered each month. Thanks, Aliciae for entering!

Saturday, April 10, 2010

Where the Wind Blows Scores a Final!

I've been walking on air all week after receiving a phone call to tell me Where the Wind Blows has been picked by readers as a finalist in Wisconsin's Write Touch Contest! Yay!!

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Time for Fun

With copy edits completed for my upcoming cattle ranching historical, Montana Dawn, I can now concentrate on getting prepared for Romantic Times Booklovers Convention at the end of April. This event is sponsored by RT Book Reviews and is my first time to attend. I’ll admit I’m more that a little nervous.

Many authors have said it's fantastic and something they look forward to all year. The program offers over one hundred workshops, many spotlighting networking, book promotion and increasing sales. But, what sets RT off most from other conventions is that it’s geared toward authors meeting readers, with oodles of events planed just for that.