Tag Archives: Western

Researching for the Historical Novel

 When the managing editor for Smitten Historical (a Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas imprint) asked me to join in a collection of historical romances, I got excited. I’ve always wanted to write a historical. I’ve even delved into it a … Continue reading

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Give the Lady a Ride–the Video!

I can’t wait until my normal posting time to show this. I can’t believe I’ve waited as long as I have! Linda Walker made my video trailer for me a couple of  weeks ago, and I’ve been holding off until … Continue reading

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Cotton-Eyed Joe!

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

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And, We’re Off!

It’s done! Give the Lady a Ride has now been sent in query form to each agent I got excited about while researching my options. I’ve already received rejection notices from some, which is fine. I expected that. I even got a nibble … Continue reading

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