I apologize. I had not realized it had been so long since I posted a blog. Time does seem to fly by doesn’t it?
Lots going on around here. Look at this…a loose tooth! This picture was a couple of weeks ago. That tooth is now gone and the one beside it is loose. And my granddaughter is so very excited about it. We will be celebrating another granddaughter’s birthday later this month and Papa bought her the most spectacular purple cowgirl boots—full of bling. We can hardly wait for her to open them. I bought her the entire little cowgirl outfit to go with it, hat and all. She loves to play dress up, so I know the presents will be well used.
Did you watch the super bowl? The Budweiser new colt commercial stole my heart. The best!
The class I’m teaching for Community Ed is so much fun! Last week we dug deep into knowing your genre, and this week we are focusing on plotting.
I’m in the mix of edits and writing—two of each. Editing two, and writing two. Some days I feel a bit dizzy, and I do hope to get at least one of the edits done this weekend. It will be a busy one. Saturday is family day at my brother’s house and Sunday our granddaughter has a gymnastics meet.
Next release….February 19th the mass market paperback of Inheriting the Bride will be released! The ebook version will be released March 1st.
Here’s the blurb:
He'll get beneath every delicious layer of her disguises...
Kit Becker travels to Nevadaville prepared to use any pretense necessary to discover why she must share her inheritance, and with whom.
Clay Hoffman knows a thing or two about money-grabbing females, so when he finds one posing as his new ward, he's determined to get beneath every delicious layer of her disguises. Discovering she's telling the truth, Clay is torn--he should be protecting her, not thinking about making her his bride! All he knows for sure is that he's inherited a whole heap of trouble!
That’s enough for now…Have a wonderful week, and wear a smile with pride.