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Vicki Lewis Thompson, June 21
No guest blog June 23
L.C. Chase, July 14
Melissa Schroeder, July 23
L.C. Chase, "The Making of a Cowboy Cover", August 14
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Cindy Hamilton=Winner of Gem's Eclipse Heat mug and an ecopy of Trouble in Disguise
Winner of the May $25 gift certificate, this month from Amazon, is Carin. Congratulations!
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.
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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 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!!
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Tag Archives: Country music
I write to music. Different music makes me feel different and those feelings transpose themselves into whatever it is that I happen to be writing at the time. When I started writing cowboys and cowgirls (there’s at least one of … Continue reading →
Okay, I’m such a bad blog member. I totally forgot about my blog post for today until just now so here goes. Living near Nashville, I’m a huge country music fan. This kind of goes along with cowboys in the … Continue reading →
Family can surprise you, shock you, and delight you. I experience all three of those a few weeks ago at my brother Taco’s holiday open house. (Yes, it’s a nickname.) I was feeding carrots to his leopard appaloosa, my favorite of … Continue reading →
I started pondering what Christmas would be like for cowboys. It’s gotta be cold and lonely out there tending the herds. But very spiritual as well, knowing that on this special night, there’s a quiet peacefulness in the crystal flakes of … Continue reading →
I never seem to tire of writing about this topic because there’s always something new to tell. Cowboys and country music have been inextricably linked since 1910 when ethnomusicologist John Lomax published “Cowboy Songs and Other Frontier Ballads.” With When … Continue reading →
Hey, friends! I wanted to have some fun with words today, and give you a chance to win a copy of Chase and Seduction. I loosely based Chase, the hero of my book, on a country western star. I’ll give … Continue reading →
Howdy! I’m researching bull riding for my next book, and my friend Nate (the ex-pro-bull rider who will be chatting with us here on October 21) suggested I watch the movie 8 Seconds. If you’ve never heard of this movie, … Continue reading →
A year ago, when I was trying to choose the perfect, sexy hero for a book about an average, non-famous woman meeting a celebrity icon, a country western singer came to mind. So many country stars have acted in movies lately that … Continue reading →
I both love and dread making video trailers for my books. It’s fun to write the naration and storyboard the sequence. I enjoy logging into the free photo sites and picking out some hot JPGs. Usually I find my music … Continue reading →
We write a lot about cowboys here, the things they do at work, what makes them a romantic figure, why people are drawn to them. All those things. But here’s a question we don’t always ask: what kind of music … Continue reading →