The cowboy is one of my all time favorite heroes. From the ranges of the old west to the deepest, darkest parts of space, the cowboy is a hero for the ages. My love of cowboys was one of the reasons I started writing my Fevered Hearts, Space Cowboy, and now my Lone Star Leathernecks series. Grab your copy today! Cowboys have mystique that pervades the American culture. Their legendary status of the cowboy riding off into the sunset is as iconic as the days gone by of the old west where they rode. Real cowboys did exist, their reputations […]
Meet Jake Danes of Hudson River, Lone Wolf, avid gamer, extreme sports enthusiast, and surfer. He’s spent the last two years roaming free, exploring the world and escaping the dark place his pack had become after betrayal and murder tore them apart. Sure life has changed at home, but Jake’s having way too much fun to return. Riding the waves in Monterrey, and living out of a van…it’s the prefect life, one he never wants to give up no matter how many calls he’s fielding from his big brother…then he catches her scent. Mimi Chase wanted one perfect year. One […]
First and foremost, I want to say thank you to everyone who nominated someone to receive a gift. Please note that winners have been chosen from all the nominations and are posted on the respective blogs. $100 Gift Card Kathy Heare Watts $50 Gift Cards Shadow Kohler Tina Reader Becker Happy Yule! Merry Christmas! Happy Holidays to all!
Well, I figured I might as well take a shot at this ‘guest post’ thing. Usually, I’m a bit crap at finding the right topic to discuss, or the words, for that matter. Given the opportunity to write a post about the holidays, I knew right off the bat just what I would talk about—time. When I was younger, I remember wishing the days would fly by just so I could get to a certain point I wanted to be. Truth is, I don’t think I’ll ever reach the point I truly want to be in this lifetime, and it’s […]
The holidays are filled with all kinds of traditions whether it’s griping about Christmas decorations showing up in the stores in August right after school supplies were done or when Halloween and Christmas decorations are on opposite sides of the aisle facing each other. Still, there are some seriously awesome parts of the holidays for me, little traditions that mark the season as kicking off, digging in and that I can’t wait to repeat. Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Every year, even when my parents didn’t celebrate the holiday, we sat and watched this parade. The appearance of Santa at the […]