AllAuthor Interview and Coming Next
AllAuthor put together a fun interview for me recently. I don't do interviews too often these days, but they're always enjoyable when I get to examine my writing from another perspective.
Coming Next in the Whitcomb Springs Series
Both Samantha St. Claire and I have stories coming soon out in this series. "Unchained Courage" is more of Daniel's story. Daniel Whitcomb and his wife are the founders of the town, and if you've read "Whitcomb Springs" you've already met him. While all the stories can be read in any order, I happen to be writing mine in chronological order, so they'll read like an ongoing saga. It wasn't intentional until it happened.
Daniel and Evelyn Whitcomb dreamed of adventure as they made a home in the Rocky Mountains. Four years after Daniel left Montana, he returns from the Civil War a man uncertain of where he belongs. Through courage, honor, and the arrival of an old friend, Daniel finds a way back to the life he once imagined. Join him in “Unchained Courage” for a lesson in the power of hope, faith, and remembrance.
Want more? Journey to the little mountain town of Whitcomb Springs, Montana, and meet a delightful group of settlers whose stories and adventures celebrate the rich life of the American West.
"The Unwitting Hero of Whitcomb Springs"
Drawn by the romantic stories of brave men carving a home out of the Montana wilderness, Rebecca joins her sister in Whitcomb Springs to find a real man, a man of heroic dimensions. What she finds is Roper, a man of dubious dimensions. But looks can be deceiving and Roper may turn out to be just the hero she’s not been looking for.
Learn more about Sam and her wonderful books at www.samanthastclaire.com.
A few evenings ago I walked outside with the dogs and watched as the sun descended and the clouds moved across the sky. It was a lovely transition.
I'm currently writing the next Gallagher book. I know, I've been saying that for a while now. This story is so enjoyable, but it's turned into a slow waltz and I'm the one who has, for some unfathomable reason, forgotten how to dance. Random tidbit: I used to ballroom dance. I was much younger and far more athletic than I am now, and oh boy did I have fun. What wasn't fun was dancing in 3-4 inch heels. The swinging in the air part, though . . . loads of good times.
Now that I've shared that bit of nonsense, I'm going to get back to writing. Stay tuned for release dates.
Be well, be kind, and stay bookish!