Kentucky Woman free at Amazon on Friday

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On February 27, 2015, Kentucky Woman is free on Amazon as part of my publisher’s Free Book Friday promotion. Write what you know. Write what you love. I did that in Kentucky Woman. The book opens in Louisville and continues at a fictitious Central Kentucky horse farm. Read More...

Why do you still take horseback riding lessons?

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My mother-in-law asked me this question the other day. You see, she can’t understand why a person who has ridden as long as I have should still need lessons. After all, in her day, she could rent a horse at a stable and go on a trail ride. However, that was a long time Read More...

A special Christmas present to me—the Hallmark Channel

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The salesman at Costco talked us into switching to Direct TV. Ten days before Christmas, a technician set up our satellite dish, unconnected the old cable boxes, and gave us new remote controls. I soon realized we lost a few favorite channels, but we gained TVG and the Read More...

Judd Romeo, My Kentucky Cowboy

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Meet my hero Judd Romeo in Kentucky Cowboy as the heroine does for the first time since high school. Fisting her hand, Mandy pounded on the door. Then she stuck both hands into her pants pockets, knocking her car keys out of the right pocket. She bent down to pick them Read More...

What I love about writing the Bluegrass Reunion series

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Research. Yes, I actually enjoyed the research needed to write this series. The eight books in the Bluegrass Reunion series are contemporary romances about family and second chances. They are set in Kentucky. Each romance stands alone. For Kentucky Cowboy, I learned Read More...