It’s Yee-Haw Day!!

Welcome to Yee-Haw Day, the once-a-month day we’ve reserved to share our news with you – all sorts of fun news!

So check out the post below to get the details on the kinds of things that make us go Yee-Haw!!

Pam Crooks

I’ve been asked to kick off a sweet historical romance series, BACHELORS AND BABIES!  Each book will feature a baby left on a bachelor’s doorstep.  My book is TRACE, and it’ll be out in June, 2019.  

Yee-Haw!

 

 

Karen Witemeyer

Cover Reveal – I just received the cover for my Harvey House Brides novella collection that will be releasing in November. I’m loving the updo on the model and the iconic Harvey House uniform. Yee-Haw!

 

Mary Connealy

I’ve got a new book releasing!

 

Penny Scott and John McCall are taken against their will by a shadowy figure looking for evidence they don’t have, both realize they’ve stumbled into something dangerous and complicated. With their friends and family desperately searching for them, Penny and John must make a daring escape.

When they emerge back into the real world, they are confronted with a kidnapper who just won’t stop. They must bring a powerful, ruthless man to justice, even as this city man and country woman fight a very inconvenient attraction to each other.

CHERYL PIERSON

I don’t have any book news this month, but I since it’s February, I wanted to share a picture of our “VALENTINE”–SWEET SEMINOLE SAM!  This is our new little rescue dog we adopted in August after our big boy, Embry, passed on. Sammy came from a shelter in my hometown of Seminole, Oklahoma, so my husband gave him the name–SWEET SEMINOLE SAM (but we just call him Sammy!) I love to use animals in my writing, and I have a feeling this little love bug is going to appear in my next book…someway, somehow!

Below is a picture of him when he first came to live with us at “about” age 6-7 months in his first “very-own” bed.  On the right is a more recent picture taken in January. He is our forever Valentine!

We’re not sure what kind of dog he is–we think part retriever because of his tail and his “tracking skills”–and maybe part Rottweiler because of his face shape–but he can run like the wind and move like greased lightning! So I’m thinking part “some kind” of cattle dog. What do you think? Any ideas? Whatever he is, he is a “love dog” and so special to us!

 

Linda Broday

The cover of my April 29 book, #2 in my Outlaw Bride series!

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Jeannie Watt

I’m heading off the the 30th Winnemucca Ranch Hand Rodeo in two days. It’s a great gathering of working cowboys and cowgirls who compete as teams. I’m very excited, because this is my old stomping grounds and I’m hoping to see a lot of my old friends there. Some may even be competing. I can’t wait!

 

Ruthy Logan Herne

I’ve got two great things to tell you, YEE HAW!!!!! First, on 2/26 (TOMORROW) my brand new full-length historical is releasing, a prairie romance that just makes me smile to think about it!!!! Kindle edition releases this week, and the paperback version will be next week. I’m so excited!!!! Here’s the link to this beautiful historical western prairie romance! 

Sober businessman Seb Ward may have come from a wealthy lumber-baron family in Minnesota, but he knows that appearances can be deceiving, and that his illustrious family is pretty dysfunctional. Being in another state has provided the buffer he sought from his father’s misdeeds, but when a little boy shows up on a train… a little boy who looks enough like Seb to be his own child… Seb’s faced with a dilemma. Raise the boy as his own, or let his mother suffer the embarrassment of “a brother by another mother.” And when the boy takes a shine to the Rachel Eichas, the newly contracted school teacher, Seb can’t help but do the same. But Rachel was raised by an unloving, business-first father and there’s no way she’s looking for those same qualities in a husband. Can she see through Seb’s focus and drive to find the loving man within?

 

 

And then there’s this beautiful cover reveal for my June/July Love Inspired book

 

Nez Perce horse breeder Isaiah Woods can’t believe his only ally in helping a neglected Appaloosa mare is the descendant of his family’s bitter enemy—veterinarian Charlotte Fitzgerald. Despite the feud, Charlotte risks everything to save the horse. But as she falls for Isaiah—and the orphaned niece and nephew in his care—the mare isn’t the only one who needs saving.

 

 

Kit Morgan

Yee-Haw I have a new release coming March 1st! Many of you have been following the Widows of Wildcat Ridge and my second book in this multi-author series, Claire, is coming soon! She’s feisty and lets folks know what she thinks. But when a stranger comes to town and knows her better than she knows herself will she admit he’s right? After all, the man is too good to be true!

 

Join the fun and discover why so many folks are loving this series!

You can find Claire here on Amazon

Margaret Brownley

Here is the cover of my next book, the second in my Haywire Brides series:

His first mistake was marrying her; his second was falling in love….

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Updated: February 25, 2019 — 1:53 pm

28 Comments

  1. Wow!! ? I see a lot of reading ? in the coming months. And all of the covers are beautiful. I just finished Linda Friday’s book.The Outlaw’s Mail order Bride.. Man!!! What a great read.. I was so hooked…. ?

    1. Tonya Cherry, I’m so glad you came by. Thank you for the compliment for my January book. You make me so happy that I’m a writer. Now, you have lots more coming, not only from me but all these wonderful Fillies. Big hugs!

  2. And I hate AUTOCORRECT. That should of been Broday lol not Friday. ?

    1. LOL! I hear you, Tonya. I get so frustrated with autocorrect. The other day it would not leave the word I typed in and kept changing it every single time. I know I retyped it at least a dozen times. There’s a LOT of difference between “fun” and “gun.” 🙂

  3. Wow, lots of great reading ahead. Congrats on the dog and best wishes at the rodeo. Yee-Haw

  4. A lot of reading and a lot of lovely covers.

  5. Yee haw!! What a good looking bunch of books to add to my want list!!

  6. Lots of exciting news today. Congratulations ladies!

  7. Wow! I want to read them all! Thanks for sharing – now I can mark down dates and titles to be on the lookout for.

  8. 🙂 Enjoyed the post and seeing what you all had to share!

  9. Wow Lasies I say YEE HAW, to us all. So many great things either heading our way or already here for your reading enjoyment.

    1. Yes, ma’am, Miss Tonya. We have them lined up like cars on the train tracks.

  10. Good reads from the Fillies!

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    Awesome post! I’ve read a few of the authors and loved them and hope to read something from the others soon! Congratulations on all of your new releases!

  12. Ye Haw some wonderful things happening. Thanks to all the fillies who shared today. Have a wonderful week. I really like this information post. Thanks again.

  13. Some wonderful books coming out and I can’t wait. I am working on Linda Broday’s book right now so I will have to have the new one that coming out in April.

    1. Quilt Lady, I hope you enjoy The Outlaw’s Mail Order Bride. Thanks for liking what I write. Saving the Mail Order Bride has lots of humor and not nearly this dark.

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    Congratulations everyone! Some beautiful book covers and some great reading inside!

  15. What a great way to promote all of the Filly’s newest books in one setting, plus letting our readers get to know us a little through our personal posts. I wish I’d put something up about our first grandchild’s wedding last month out in the Wine Country of California. It was beautiful, the weather was great, and it was so heartwarming, not to mention a milestone in our family. Thanks to all of the Fillies who posted their news!

  16. I really enjoyed seeing all these upcoming books and the personal tidbits from our Fillies! Lots of fun!

  17. Wow! Yee Haw!

  18. Yikes! I’m already behind! Congratulations all on the books.

    1. Eliza, I’m glad you liked learning what all is coming. Hope you and your son are doing well.

  19. Just got my tablet back from replacing the screen. Amazingly I did not lose my precious books. Now I am way behind. Plenty of great reads to look forward to.

  20. And the struggle between writing the next book or reading some of the wonderful books posted has begun. Sigh! I want them all!

  21. I am so enjoying Linda Broday Saving the Mail Order Bride. I am almost finished it although I have tried to extend it. I has been an absolute joy to read

  22. Oh my,so many great looking books! Where will I find the time to read them all?

  23. What a wealth of good books you ladies have written for us. You are guaranteeing 2019 will be a year of good reading. The story blurbs sound good. The cover art is wonderful. I always look forward to everyone of your new books.
    Enjoy your rodeo, Jeannie. I hope we can catch a rodeo on our trip this summer.
    Cheryl, Sammy was a cute puppy and has grown into a handsome dog. They are such wonderful companions.
    Linda Broday, I am so glad your women are finding their way out of the canyon and finding their HEA’s. Karen, SERVING UP LOVE will be an anthology I look for. I love anthologies and his one has some favorite authors. Your covers are always so nice.
    Pam, what better way to shake things up and bring a man to begging for help than to to grace him with an infant. This series should be fun.
    Great cover, Mary. I love his suit. It is really sharp. The story sounds intriguing. Keep posting those calf pictures.
    Ruthy, both of your new books will be good reads. You give The Prairie Brides series a good start. School teachers and mail-order brides make perfect heroines for western historical romances.
    Kit Morgan, I like the premise for this series. Strong women who realize they need a bit of help to save their families and future, and aren’t shy about getting it.
    Margaret, great title for a series, Haywire Brides. There are so many possibilities there.
    Thank you ladies for giving us many hours of happiness and escape.

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