Here is the cover for Chayston and Violet’s story—I’ve posted a short excerpt over at the Cowboy Kisses blog along with my post about Cody, Wyoming if you’d like to read a snippet. It will be released December 1st.
Speaking of December—I’ve started my Christmas shopping. Mostly on line, I do love the ease of that. I’m really not a crowd person. I know the cold weather will soon be upon us, but I’m not looking forward to it, nor am I looking forward to putting my car away for the winter. But I will accept both. I must.
I am looking forward to November 8th! Several family members and I are attending a Bootlegger’s Ball in St. Paul. We are dressing up as flappers and gangsters!
Yesterday I was asked to write a special short story for Harlequin—I’ll tell you more about it at a later date—so I’m taking a quick detour from my roaring twenties story to create another one set in Oklahoma Indian Territory in 1878.
The next book to hit the market after Snowbound with the Sheriff will be The Major’s Wife in February. Haven’t seen the cover art yet, but those artists at Harlequin are so amazing, I’m sure I’ll be overly delighted once again.
Have a list of things to complete today, so must make this short.
Enjoy life, and be good to yourself. You’re loved!