Petticoats & Pistols is on Pinterest!

pinterest_logo_redI don’t know what took so long.

Of course, all of the fillies have their own Pinterest accounts, but we’ve never pulled together one dedicated to us–Petticoats and Pistols and all things western.

As usual when the fillies set their minds to it, great things happen.  We’ve rounded up our best pins just for you, and trust me, there were a bunch.  Thirty-six Pinterestboards and counting, and so far, over eleven hundred pins.  Whether you’re a writer or a reader, whether you prefer historical romance or contemporary, if you’re a history buff or love western fashions and jewelry, you’ve come to the right place.

Check us out:

Naturally, we have our own individual boards that show all of our western romances for easy viewing.  We have one for New Releases, too.

But there’s so much more!

Love Hunky Cowboys?  We’ve got a board to make you swoon.

Into fashion?  You’ll drool over our Western Duds and Turquoise and Silver Baubles.

How about Western Movies?  Check.

Ghost Towns?  Check.

Outlaws?  Check.

Windmills?  Western Weapons?  Ladies Vintage Unmentionables?

Check, check, check.

Pin itI’m going to stop there because I want you to come over and see all we have for yourself.

Here’s where we are again:

Be sure to follow us and join in the fun!


Pam Crooks
Pam has written 14 western romances, most with Harlequin Historicals. She has recently re-released four titles by ebook, individually and in a boxed set titled IN THE ARMS OF A COWBOY. More releases are HER MOTHER'S KILLER, a romantic suspense, and THE SPYGLASS PROJECT, Book One of her new Secret Six series, historical suspense set in the 1920s! THE BREWER'S DAUGHTER, Book Two. Next up - KISSES LIKE WINE, Book Three!


  1. The P&P Pinterest collection is downright impressive, if I do say so myself. I could get lost over there for days, clicking on the Fillies’ images so I can read whatever they link to. Lots and lots of fascinating stuff behind those links.

    I don’t know what took us so long, either (except Pinterest is addictive and we might never get anything else done), but I’m glad we finally did. 🙂

    Thanks for ramrodding that trail drive, Pam!

  2. Pam, thank you so much for setting this up and getting us all moving. We needed to do this a long time ago. Be sure and put it in the newsletter you’re about to do for our followers who might not see this today.

    Have a wonderful Sunday!

  3. Yay!! I echo Kathleen and Linda’s remarks! If you don’t hear from me for awhile it’s because I am lost in Pinterest on the Petticoats and Pistols site!

  4. Great boards. It should be interesting and fun following the boards.

  5. Cool. Following.

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