May 2, 2013

Cowboys & Lawmen Blog Hop: My Favorite Native Americans

Welcome to the Cowboys and Lawmen Blog Hop! Join nearly 50 authors as we share why we love Cowboys and Lawmen. Cowboys are known as bad-boys, but what happens when the bad-boy is also the law in town? What is it about these contradictions that make small town sheriffs, Texas Rangers and ex-outlaws-turned-lawmen so irresistible? Whether you write or love to read about the Wild West or modern day Montana, what do you love most about lawmen who are also cowboys? And what makes them so gosh-darn sexy? Fevered Hearts In my most recent release, Buck Morning Star took the […]
October 2, 2012

Micah & Mrs Miller Release Day! It’s Here! It’s Here!

I want to tell you a secret. A little under a year ago, I released Marshal of Hel Dorado. It was an ambitious little project and a labor of love for me. You see, when I started writing it, I absolutely intended for it to be a novella, but then I met the Kane family and Scarlett’s brothers and something kind of magical happened…this whole world opened up.   Marshal of Hel Dorado released in October 2011, over Christmas that year, I wrote Cody’s story. Brave Are the Lonely added new dimensions to this world and filling it in with […]
February 19, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday

Today’s six sentence Sunday comes to you from Marshal of Hel Dorado, now $0.99 for the ecopy everywhere.  Book 1 in the Fevered Hearts series, Book 2: Brave Are the Lonely releases March 6. “Take this out to the boys so they can load up. It’s hard to carry more than one thing at a time through.  We need to make sure we have it all.” Her words spurred Sam into action.  They were taking the gold. He wasn’t sure how they’d gotten in the bank or how they were getting out of it, but he was of a mind […]
October 27, 2011

10 Things I Love About…Cowboys

Cowboys are hot, rugged and sexy.  The image of the cowboy dates back to before our great-grandparents were born when nickel novels shared the mad adventures of cowboys like Wild ‘Bill’ Hickok and “Buffalo Bill” Cody and more.  These pulp fiction novels were wildly popular in the ‘civilized’ eastern states because it seemed difficult to imagine the rugged survivalists who lived off the back of their horses, wrangling cattle, wearing guns on their hips and meeting life on their terms. That fascination has hardly changed today where the cowboy is as popular with readers as he is with writers. I […]