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Melissa Schroeder, July 23
L.C. Chase, "The Making of a Cowboy Cover", August 14
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Christie Sapp-Bilky-ecopies of Gem's McCallister collection.
Winner of the April $25 gift certificate, this month from Barnes and Noble, is Clare O’Beara. Congratulations!
Michelle Gallegos wins an ecopy of Gem's Eclipse Heat title, Five Card Stud!
Winner of the March $25 gift certificate, this month from All Romance eBooks, is wyndwhisper. Congratulations!
Winner of an eCopy of River's Edge by Gem Sivad is Mawmom.
Winner of the February $25 gift certificate, this month from Siren Publishing, is jwl321. Congratulations!
Winner of an ecopy of BA Tortuga's Mr. Unlucky is SlinkyDennis. Congratulations!
Winner of an ecopy of Cowboy Jackpot: Valentine's Day is seawitchreviews. Congratulations!
Winner of Misplaced Princess or an ebook of the winner's choice from Mari Carr's backlist is Sara Gallagher.
Winner of the January $25 gift certificate, this month from Samhain, is seawitchreviews. Congratulations!
Congrats to DebG - winner of C.H. Admirand's ARC: One Day in Apple Grove!!
Winners from MOLLY GOES TO CHURCH - each get a Sable Hunter Cookbook! Susan T., Lucinda Copeland and Joye. Congratulations!
Three winners--Clare, Jackie and Carin--each win an Eclipse Heat cowboy title to curl up with tonight!
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Author Archives: Myla Jackson
I need a new idea for my next Ugly Stick Saloon story. I’d like to do a series of short stories involving the same characters. If you’re familiar with my Dirty Tricks series, that’s what I’m thinking about. What would … Continue reading
I got back from Romantic Time Booklover’s Convention on Sunday, exhausted and ready to put my feet up. I had such a great time and visited with old friend, met new ones and connected with so many other authors and … Continue reading
When your children are young you spend much of your time as mother, chauffeur, sports coach, tutor, craftsman, launderer and hero (chasing monsters from under their beds). You’re so caught up in raising them that you can’t see that far … Continue reading
Springtime is a great time for opening the windows and letting the old, stale, winter air out of your house and letting the fresh clean air in (except for those plagued by allergies). As the ground wakes up to the … Continue reading
A series can be a group of stories with a common thread, a family of siblings who each have heir own stories, a band of brothers like a military unit with each member getting his story. Some series have an … Continue reading
“It’s better to have tried and failed than to live life wondering what would’ve happened if I had tried” – Alfred Lord Tennyson I was looking for a thought for the day to inspire us all and came up with … Continue reading
I lived 20 years in Texas, 5 years in Montana and traveled all over the west. I’ve seen a lot of the country cowboys work in and respect the work they do because they spend long hard days in blistering … Continue reading
What’s in the name? When I think of a bar, I think of city lights, dark streets, men and women dressed in business clothes or slinky dresses. The women would be drinking wine or fruity cocktails. The men would have … Continue reading
Sing this to the really old song “Torn between two lovers”. Now if you know the song, you’ll be stuck with the tune in your head for several hours, if not several days. Point is, I’m writing as fast as … Continue reading