Change Comes Again To The Corral

Change is inevitable, I’m sad to say. People come and go but, on the bright side, it keeps us from becoming stale. We’re heartbroken to announce that Tracy Garrett will post her goodbye blog on January 29th. Tracy has been a member of our little family for a very long time. It’s an understatement that we’ll miss her. But we never want to hold her back. She’s going to be doing some exciting things and publishing more fantastic books. We wish her all the luck and success in the world and we know you do too. Give her a howdy and wave real big when you meet her on the trail. She’ll like that.

 

Joining us is an awesome lady and very talented writer. Trish Milburn spent a good many years living in Kentucky and Tennessee but now makes her home in Florida where she never hopes to see another snowflake again. She wrote her first novel in the 6th grade for a class project. I don’t know about you, but I’m awfully impressed. She’s published in multi-genres but currently writes modern cowboy stories for Harlequin American Romance. Trish does love her cowboys so she’ll fit in here like a Colt in a gunslinger’s holster! Yee-haw! Her latest book is The Cowboy Takes a Wife (part of her successful Blue Falls, Texas series.) Her first post will be on Monday, January 30, 2017. Help us roll out the welcome mat and show her some good old hospitality.

Come and give Tracy a big send-off on the 29th and a hearty welcome to Trish on the 30th. You’re welcome to bring a cake. The Fillies are always ready to eat! I might break out some of my special cider. 🙂

Felicia Filly
When I'm not keepin' all these Fillies in line, I'm practicing my roping so I can catch me a cowboy. Me and Jasper (my mule) are two peas in a pod. Both of us are as crotchety as all get-out.
Updated: January 21, 2017 — 5:39 pm

4 Comments

  1. Hello, everyone! Excited to be here since I have a lifelong love for western stories and I’ll be in great company here. I’m gradually getting the lay of the land and looking forward to interacting with the Petticoats and Pistols readers.

    1. Waving madly, Trish. I hope you find your new home comfortable and warm. We love having you and can’t wait to get better acquainted! Big hugs!

  2. I hate to see Tracy go after so many great posts here. But I understand sometimes you have to move on. I look forward to meeting Trish and learning about her books.

    1. Janine….I know, me too. I hate like heck to say goodbye. Tracy is such a warm and caring lady and a great friend. I know she’ll be very happy with all the new things opening up.

      Have a great Sunday!

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