Laughter Lifts the Heart
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You remember that big ol’ Ryan Zee giveaway I wrote about—the one I probably shouldn’t have joined? Well, I paid for my ad, so I probably ought to promote the giveaway a little. After the initial reaction from several of my … Continue reading
Which comes first, the theme or the story? Someone asked me that recently as I autographed her book. Did I find a verse or theme in the Bible and wrap a story around it? The answer from others would probably … Continue reading
When Patricia Talbert first met Katie Pierson, her immediate response was pure jealousy. A natural reaction, considering Katie wrapped herself around Talon Carlson like sparkly Christmas paper. But Katie, Chance Davis, and Talon have history together, having been raised in … Continue reading
If you’ve read this blog for any length of time, you’ll remember that I was supposed to write a novella about a couple of other characters from Give the Lady a Ride, Marie Lambeau and Chance Davis. Since I never could … Continue reading
A Rodeo Ranch specializes in breeding animals for the rodeo–broncs for bustin’ and bulls for ridin’. Several years ago, I interviewed the owner of such a ranch, one that specialized in raising tough riding bulls. Amazing how much science goes … Continue reading
I love creating characters, and those who populate the Circle Bar Ranch Series are my favorites. And, since Give the Lady a Ride was my first published novel, all the characters are also dear to my heart. They’re all back for The Final Ride, and I thoroughly … Continue reading
Coming up with the idea for The Final Ride was trickier than getting the idea for Give the Lady a Ride. As I said before, I wasn’t planning to write a sequel to Give the Lady a Ride, much less an entire series. I … Continue reading