Laughter Lifts the Heart
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Tag Archives: romantic comedy
From now until August 15, you can get my Grace Award winning Give the Lady a Ride for only 99c–and not just on Amazon! The eVersion is available on Apple, Barnes and Noble, and Kobo too! When Patricia Talbert, a New … Continue reading
Posted in Give the Lady a Ride Tagged bull riding, Christian Fiction, Christian romance, Circle Bar Ranch, clean reads, ranch, rodeo, romance, romantic comedy, Texas Leave a comment
Emily Taylor’s Questionable Past
Emily Taylor, born and raised in Dogwood, Texas, high school valedictorian, degrees in architectural history and interior decorating, successful entrepreneur, and felon. Well, almost a felon. She came close enough that she had to sell her business in Houston, Deck … Continue reading
Isn’t he a beauty? Dark chestnut with flaxen mane and sorrel-mix tail. For my purposes, his name is CC’s Winner, Winner for short. He belongs to Kayla Mullins, of Savannah, Georgia, who won him with a plate full of brownies and … Continue reading
Posted in Writing Tagged Austin, horses, romance, romantic comedy, Texas, Writing 10 Comments
What Southern women know about flirting is that it’s not always for the purpose of gaining a man. Sometimes it’s just for the woman to get her way. Often, it’s both. After reading Ronda Rich’s What Southern Women Know About … Continue reading
Posted in Writing Tagged manuscript, novel ideas, romantic comedy, Writing 7 Comments
No tellin’ how long this line dance has been around. Dance halls, street dances, wedding receptions–anywhere there are enough people to string together and enough room to line ’em up, you’re likely to hear Cotton-Eyed Joe. And if you don’t … Continue reading
How Do You Know It’s Comedy?
Someone asked me yesterday how I know my novels are comedy. What a great question! I don’t think I can do it justice in one or two posts, but I can hit some points. Writing comedy is just like writing any … Continue reading
Posted in Writing, Writing Tips Tagged Failure to Launch, romantic comedy, writiing, writing comedy 4 Comments