Thursday, July 21, 2016

Wyatt's Bounty gets Contracted!!!

I found out last Friday that I got the contract for Wyatt's Bounty. I had been worried as most authors are with submitting a new work, but while the hard part is still ahead with edits, I couldn't be happier. I take nothing for granted in the crazy world of writing.

I know you folks who have read Sawyer's Rose are anxiously waiting to read Wyatt's Story and for that I am grateful. The funny thing is several beta and critique partners have said they loved Wyatt's story more than Sawyer's. At first I cringed but then I realized this is probably a good thing.

Again the edits take time and evidently I have my work cut out for me but I am ready to make this story the best it can be. So stayed tuned and I will post the steps until Wyatt hits the trail some time I suppose in 2017. It always seems like a long wait but the lessons I learned with Sawyer's Rose made the story a better on and my hopes are you wont be disappointed once you have Wyatt in your hands.

Wyatt is the second brother in the series: The McCades of Cheyenne and he has a thing for the town's physician, Tess Sullivan.

For those of you wondering...

What happens when a bounty hunter set on revenge has to rescue the woman who walked away?

Stay tuned!!!

Sunday, July 17, 2016

Critique Corral...

Bad Company (Company of Sinners MC #1)
by Lissa Jay

 I don't normally read MC books but I was attracted by the cover and the blurb. I  had a hard time trying to put it down. I loved all the emotions and feelings that the characters made me feel and I shed a tear or two.
I'm not going to go through the plotline of the story as the blurb says it all but I enjoyed this book so much that I will definitely be reading the next book in the series. 5 well deserved stars!!! Critique by Clare Roden.

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

From the Chuck Wagon...

Unless the 1880's cowboys were eating with the Chinese working on the Central Pacific Railroad, not sure they would have had a menu of Peanut Butter Chicken over Jasmine Rice. Oh well, too bad for them. Cook up some diced chicken in a teaspoon of olive oil, add two tablespoons of Peanut Butter, 3 Tablespoons of Soy Sauce, A tablespoon of Thai Red Pepper paste and simmer adding in a half of cup of heavy cream and stirring until mixed well. Toss a few chopped green onions on top and put over a plate of rice. Any cowboy would like this!