Pick the gender–Rhonda Lee Carver

Hi, y’all. Rhonda Lee Carver here. Happy June 1st. Can you believe June is here already? What happened to May? Before we know it I’ll be saying, “Happy July.” Let’s not rush it too fast, though.

As an author I find inspiration in the oddest things. This tire swing, well, it’s what inspired me to write The Lawman’s Promise.

If you didn’t have a tire swing growing up, I bet you wished for one. We had one that swung out over water and we spent hours and hours on that thing until we decided we’d try to see how many could fit on it at once. Let’s just say, it didn’t turn out pretty.


To find out how this tire swing is my inspiration, you’ll have to read this book when it releases (soon, very soon).


I need your help. I have a story rolling around in my head and one of the secondary characters is a child, around 5. So, I want you to name the gender. Just post boy or girl in the comments.

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About rhondaleecarver

At an early age, Rhonda fell in love with romance novels, knowing one day she’d write her own love story. Life took a short detour, but when the story ideas would no longer be contained, she decided to dive in and write. Her first rough draft was on a dirty napkin she found buried in her car. Eventually, she ran out of napkins. With baby on one hip and laptop on the other, she made a dream into reality—one word at a time. Her specialty is men who love to get their hands dirty and women who are smart, strong and flawed. She loves writing about the everyday hero. When Rhonda isn't crafting sizzling manuscripts, you will find her busy editing novels, blogging, juggling kids and animals (too many to name), dreaming of a beach house and keeping romance alive. Oh, and drinking lots of coffee.
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49 Responses to Pick the gender–Rhonda Lee Carver

  1. Charlene Whitehouse says:


  2. Shirley Long says:

    Girl because I have a beautiful red headed, blue eyed great granddaughter.

  3. Teresa Forduce says:

    A Girl named Abby

  4. Donna Repsher says:


  5. Tanya Brown says:


  6. Giovanna Fucci says:

    Boy. Lance

  7. Mary Lawson says:


  8. ladyviki says:

    I say Girl. 🙂

  9. Charmarie Dotson says:


  10. Therese lopez says:

    I think a little girl would be great.

  11. Gail S says:

    a girl, maybe a tomboy?

  12. Eileen McCall says:


  13. lacombejc says:

    Girl, because I didn’t have enough of those in my life, lol

  14. Dianne Kenes says:

    A little girl named Violet Blue that’s my great Neices name she is adorable and is 3 years old very smart little one curly brown hair and big brown eyes!

  15. Cheryl Lemon says:

    Cannon for a boy and Jolee for a girl

  16. Lea Ann Patton says:

    A girl named Autumn

  17. Clare O'Beara says:

    I don’t mind if it is a boy or a girl as long as by the age of five it’s not talking baby talk, or playing with teddy bears, in fact it’s probably coding apps if it’s a girl and reading cowboy stories if it’s a boy.

  18. I had a boy and he gave me a grand daughter…..what would say is a girl…..boys are special but little girls are what makes the world go round(in our family at least!!!!! LOL)

  19. Sara Keenan says:


  20. Barb Jack says:

    A little girl, because they are precious and precocious!!

  21. Beverly says:

    I’m going to say Girl

  22. Debs M says:

    a cute little girl to melt your heart.

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