Montana Mustangs--Now Available for Pre-Order! (Let's Party!)

Montana Mustangs The Nymph Series Book 2

Danica Winters

Available for PreOrder on Amazon!

Publisher: Crimson Romance

Length: 60k words

Publication Date: May 6, 2013

Available for Pre-order April 20, 2013

Heat Level: Sensual, m/f, HEA

I’m so pleased to announce that Montana Mustangs (the second book in the Nymph Series after [...]

Pin It

Shaping the West by MK McClintock

Shaping the West: Montana

Montana is steeped in rich history and fascinating stories. It was built by settlers who saw what the land could give, what they could bring to it, and what they could take away. Cattle and Mining were two of the most significant shapers of Montana history, and it [...]

Pin It

Review of The Preacher's Outlaw by Patricia Bates

Preacher's Outlaw

Title: The Preacher’s Outlaw

Author: Patricia Bates

Genre: Western, Romance, Historical

Publisher: Decadent Publishing


Words: 15,000

Purchase: Decadent Publishing |

Book Description:

Escaped convict Abigail Murphy’s on the run while plotting revenge on the man responsible for her imprisonment and the deaths of her parents. When she gets to Freewill,Wyoming, she gets lost in [...]

Pin It

The Allure of the Short Story by Natalie-Nicole Bates


Since the release of my short story, Antique Charming, I have been consistently asked the same question—Why did I opt to write it as a short story versus a full-length novel?

The answer is actually quite simple. From the start, Antique Charming was always intended to be a short story. It was [...]

Pin It

Life as a Mommy Writer by Guest Kara Leigh Miller

Kara miller 2

When I tell people I’m a stay-at-home mom to five kids I get all sorts of comments. “Lucky you.” “Wow. Five kids? How do you do it?” “Five kids? I hope you’ve figured out what causes that.” “Bless your heart.” “I wish I could stay home with my kids.” “You’re so lucky to have a [...]

Pin It

It's Good to Be Bad by Guest Author Jennifer Chambers

learnign life again

I always preferred Veronica to Betty. Always felt more kinship with Rizzo than with saccharin-sweet, simpering Sandra Lee, and definitely felt a bond to Scarlett O’Hara even though she was bad and most certainly not as proper as the sainted Melanie. I don’t mean to say I didn’t feel for the feminine main characters of [...]

Pin It

Digital Publishing: A Third Option by K.C. Maguire

KC--Dear John

Not so long ago, the only way to get published was to follow the traditional route – find an acquisitions editor prepared to publish your work or find an agent prepared to convince a publisher to take your work. Now, many traditional publishers have closed their doors to unagented submissionss. It’s tough for new writers [...]

Pin It

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Blog by Author Elizabeth Inglee-Richards

Box of Cows

I started writing the normal ‘burn out’ blog; you know the one about balancing family life, work life and your creative life. Then my life got in the way. On my twenty-forth day of work in a row my youngest grandchild had a seizure. Then later in the day one of the caretakers of a [...]

Pin It

The Elusive Muse by Lexie Stewart

Worth Waiting For

People often ask me where I get my ideas from. My answer: a combination of observation and inspiration.

You’ve probably heard of the 2003 film, Love Actually, that presents the idea that love is actually all around us, all the time. The same can be said of inspiration. No matter [...]

Pin It

Guest Blogger Donna Del Oro and The Delphi Bloodline

The Delphi Bloodline Blog Tour Button

Twenty-plus years ago, I became obsessed with exploring the facts and fictions of ESP phenomena. My cousin, a practicing clairvoyant, had inspired me to delve into the whole realm of parapsychology, or study of psychic phenomena. Highly skeptical about the whole business, I nonetheless signed up for a weekend ESP workshop, given by a Czech [...]

Pin It