One of the most difficult things about writing fiction is deciding on a genre, particularly when your work hits several of them tangentially. I’m writing a series of novels that feature a family of Irish immigrants who settle in America after the Great Potato Famine of 1845-1852, each with a central romance and a dash … Continue reading DEFINING GENRE (or when is Western not a Western?)
Good grief! I was notified late last week that Whispers In The Canyon is a finalist for The Coffee Pot Book Club's Best Historical Romance of 2019. Since I have no words, I'll just stop here. UPDATE: Whispers in the Canyon received an Honorable Mention. I'm so pleased to be in the Top 5 recommended … Continue reading Whispers In The Canyon: Finalist for Best Historical Romance
Review by Mary Anne Yarde, The Coffee Pot Book Club. I'm thrilled to announce that WHISPERS IN THE CANYON has received a 5-star review from the Coffee Pot Book Club. "I didn't want to kill him..." But Russell Travers had already shot one man while he attempted to rob The White's Station Bank, how many … Continue reading WHISPERS IN THE CANYON: Editorial Review
I am thrilled to share the news that WHISPERS IN THE CANYON, the first book of the Donovan Family Saga, has been released by Soul Mate Publishing and is now available on Amazon! In the 1880s Arizona Territory, Jesse Travers' father dies and leaves her with a bankrupt ranch and a deep well of distrust. … Continue reading WHISPERS IN THE CANYON Now Available!
1880s Arizona. Damaged almost beyond hope, Jesse inherits a bankrupt ranch. Survival comes at an inconceivable price: she must learn to trust the man who killed her brother. That's the logline from my debut historical novel, WHISPERS IN THE CANYON*. I am absolutely delighted to report that it will be released in late August by … Continue reading My Debut Novel To Take Flight!
Once again, I'm coming in just under the wire for NWW's photo prompt from August 15. As before, I've created a scene that will be used in my Donovan Family Saga. Enjoy! THE LAKE When morning came, Adam sat and watched the sun rise over the canyon walls. One moment, the shadows were deep in … Continue reading NWW Photo Prompt: The Lake