That is me up there next to Scott Turow, at the top.
For fans of the first book…
When Jessica goes missing from her brother’s wedding, the handsome tracker Sleeping Fox is hired to find her. Can he turn this wild one into an honest woman?
Release date TBA.
As I type this, I’m watching my little farm wench chase birds around the back yard. Chickens and guineas, to be precise.
We named this chicken after my friend Amy Harmon. If you haven’t read her work, you really owe it to yourself to give one of her books a try.
It’s an absolutely gorgeous day in Southern Indiana–hopefully these cool/sunny temps will hold for Saturday morning at Plum Creek, where I’ll be signing books, enjoying the farmer’s market, and the ukelele band that will be performing! If you’re in Louisville or Southern Indiana, come on out! I will have all my Leslea Tash books, Red Tash books, and a few I have edited or been published in (anthos and some other–steamy–stuff!)
In other bird/book news, Bird After Bird is now out on all the non-Amazon ebook stores. For a limited time, it’s only $.99.
So, I reckon you want links. Okay:
If you’ve already read the book and loved it, naturally I would appreciate reviews on those websites to encourage new readers to give the book a try.
I’m also still campaigning for 500 likes on my Facebook page, and one lucky winner is going to get a huge box of signed paperbacks when I hit that magic #!
Stay tuned for more updates. Planning on a cover reveal for tomorrow!
I was just at the Plum Creek Farmer’s Market in Lanesville, IN today, and came home with this beauty, among other goodies:
I truly hope you will join me on the morning of the 19th for a book signing. Visit my FB page for all the details!
And while we’re on the topic of FB pages…I’m doing a giveaway! Everyone who likes the page will be entered to win, and I will choose a winner when the page has 500 likes. I’m calling it my Beach Bum Book Bonanza. Go on over and like the page!
I recently discovered the best little farmer’s market ever. Great energy, beautiful location on a family-owned farm, live music, a petting zoo for the kids (or adults who are kids at heart), cornhole, frisbee toss, Sarsaparilla on tap, and loads of fresh eggs, produce, goat milk, and other goodies from local bakers, vendors, and craftsmen!
So, naturally, country girl that I am, I realized I must have a book signing there! I hope you will come out to scenic Lanesville, Indiana and join me on July 19th!
A few photos I snapped at Plum Creek on one our trips there:
Come see me 7/19! Bring your family!
Good morning, peacocks. In case you missed it Saturday, there’s a Kindle Countdown Deal going on for Bird After Bird right now.
That means the price counts down until it’s back to its full price of $3.99. That means, snag it now! If you already have it, send a gift copy to a friend, right? Who couldn’t use more birds in her life?
(Well…I have a rooster I could probably live without, but barring that dazzling concoction of feathers + bravado…)
HEY! Don’t try to distract me with your cutesy chicken talk, blog reader! We’re talking serious business here! You could save up to $3 depending on how quickly you click! Three bucks is three bucks, right? That’s a half bag of chicken feed, already! For goodness’ sake, folks, what are you waiting for? In the words of Gandalf, “FLY, you fools!”
Are you curious to learn more about the Byrd family of Birdseye, Indiana?
Add Book 2 of the Byrds of Birdseye family saga here!!! And then stay tuned for more information.
Maybe you’re more of the historical Western type. Would you like to know what happened to the rancher’s sister, Jessica, at the end of Montana Brides #1?
Add Montana Brides #2 to your TBR list here, and details will be ready ASAP!
As soon as I am finished with an editing project, I will be furiously working on these two books, and I am so looking forward to what you think!
If you haven’t yet read Bird After Bird or The Rancher Takes a Wife, here’s the link to my Amazon page, where they are currently exclusive. Bird After Bird will be available at all ebook retail outlets in July. The Rancher will hit wider distribution in August. Both books are presently in paperback at the lowest possible prices I could set them at, so if you are a paperback girl, by all means, order now.
Thanks so much for your support! If you loved the books, I could really use your positive reviews on Amazon & Goodreads. Have a great day & thanks for reading!
Do you love a good, old-fashioned sweet romance, free of anything salacious or twisted? Maybe it’s not your every day sort of read, but once in awhile, isn’t it a sweet relief to read about good people making their way through the wicked world with their hearts & souls intact?
Well, if you do love to read such a book, you are going to love my series Montana Brides. It’s not that the folks in the book live in an unrealistic world–in fact, I’ve gone to great pains to make sure the settings and characters are historically accurate. It’s just that these folks are *good* people put through hard times, choosing to do their best. Maybe some of them have their characters tested. Maybe sometimes they choose wrong, but there are always happy endings in these books, and you don’t have to be embarrassed to read them in public, or to tell your grandma about them!
Don’t get me wrong, I like a good, spicy read as much as the next hot-blooded American female, but this series is meant to make you swoon, make you smile, and make your heart happy.
And you could win a signed paperback of the first book in the series!!!
Giveaway ends 5/24:
And the cover reveal for book 2 is coming soon!
But why be teased when you can snag the book for $.99 for a limited time? Buy the first installment of Montana Brides for Kindle, or the paperback here.