Guest blogger Caryl McAdoo shares one component of fiction writing– the challenge of writing large casts of characters, and making them distinct personalities that sound different and are easy for readers to follow. She shares insights from her first novel (27 titles ago!) and her brand new release, Gone To Texas, that debuted today!
I’m pleased to introduce Mary Alford’s new release, Grace and the Rancher, a Sweet, Contemporary, Christian Romance. This brand-new title is set in the Colorado mountains (my favorite!). See the introduction, presented by Lizzy, the heroine’s golden retriever.
I’m delighted to introduce a new release by Melanie D. Snitker: Finding Joy. I had the pleasure of reading this title prior to release date, and include my review inside. This Sweet Contemporary Christian Romance is book five in Melanie’s Love’s Compass Series. Recommended!
Guest Post by Heather Blanton, author of Bestselling Romance in the Rockies Series:
Martha Jane Cannary. Name doesn’t ring a bell?
Then you might know her by her legendary moniker “Calamity” Jane.
Ever wonder how she got the name?
My friend Paty Jager shares her fact-based premise for her Christmas novella Christmas Redemption. It’s fascinating how essential genuine history can be to quality fiction. Paty’s story is part of the Silver Belles and Stetsons Cowboy Christmas Anthology.