Monthly Archives: October 2013

30 October 2013

Another beautiful day on the eastern plains of Colorado–started with a bit of fog making it difficult to see the heifers, all those little mamas grazing contentedly in the pasture. My Jess character is working fervently to find her courage … Continue reading

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28 October 2013

It was such a beautiful weekend in eastern Colorado. Indian was calling to me to come ride, so I had to. It put me in mind of my character Jess and what she might be up to–more than likely wishing … Continue reading

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PHOTO CAPTION CONTEST

I’m running a caption contest on my Facebook page right now. The winner receives an autographed copy of my novel, Windows in the Loft. Click on my Facebook page in the sidebar to go, Like my page and then enter! … Continue reading

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25 October 2013

Crisp fall days seem to be leaning into winter. There is something so simple about yellow and reds transitioning to brown and then the snow should fall to give us that sparkly clean, bright white cover. I imagine that under … Continue reading

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23 October 2013

Characters are running my life. Jess needs a reality check. Sam needs a cold shower and Matt needs to tone down the sarcasm. An excerpt from my new novel: “I noticed Sam’s hand lingered at your waist as he headed … Continue reading

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21 October 2013

What is it about a dealing that makes our knees weak? My characters are begging me to get back to them–get them out of the location they’re in right now! I even gave myself a reasonable words-per-day goal. I’m quite … Continue reading

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17 October 2013

The long awaited time has arrived and Windows in the Loft is now available in paperback. I am one of those people who like to have the book in my hand. It doesn’t seem quite real otherwise. Is that how … Continue reading

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