What d’ya think?

It’s been our first week here on Petticoats & Pistols, and we’re pleased as punch you love our site as much as we do.

Now, let us know what you think of our blogs!  Are you enjoying their western flavor?  Or are you looking for something different from us?

Something about our books?  Our personal lives?  Our writing and all about how we do it? 

Let us know!  

We’re working on rounding up some danged special guest bloggers, too, so check back often.  We’ll let you know the days they’re coming.

But most of all, keep sending us your comments–we read each and every one!

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Pam has written 30 romances, most of them historical westerns. Her newest sweet historical romance, HARRIETT, was the launch book for the popular Cupids & Cowboys series, More books are coming! Stay up on the latest at www.pamcrooks.com

12 thoughts on “What d’ya think?”

  1. I think you ladies have a good thing going here! If anything, I’d love to hear more about your books. I can always use more books to build up the ‘ole TBR pile. 😉

  2. I agree! The best way to hear about new and old books is in blogs! I like the chance it gives to get the “behind the scenes” information about the book and get introduced to books that I have missed 🙂

  3. I love what y’all have done so far, but have to agree that I would love to hear more about your books (past, present, and future releases)…the inspiration behind the stories and the characters, about writing them, and maybe some little trivia about them (original titles, character names, little known facts, etc.)…kind of like the extra features on a DVD…LOL.

    I think it would be neat to hear your take on the cover process as well…don’t know how much input each of you have on them, but y’all all have some great covers.

    Oooh and since we have all been discussing favorite cowboys, western movies and tv shows, and books…maybe a Cowboy of the Week blog would be neat if it hasn’t already been suggested…LOL…it can focus on a real or a fictional cowboy from books, movies, tv, etc. Just an idea…LOL.

  4. I, for one, am really enjoying the blog. I’ve subscribed to the RSS feed and check the site daily.

    Everyone’s posted some really good suggestions, so, I can’t think of anything to add.

    Well, I guess I do have a suggestion. As an aspiring writer, I’d like to hear a bit more about your writing techniques. Also, how is the historical Western market these days? I’ve heard it’s picking up and that westerns are making a comeback. Would you agree?

    You guys have done a really good job. Keep up the good work ladies!

  5. I am having a really great time at Petticoats and Pistols…I love the flavor, facts, and comraderie. As with Jennifer Y, I’d love to hear the interesting tidbits about your books…especially your reactions to the bookcovers of your books. Do any of you get to have input for your covers, or does your editor “surprise” you?

  6. I haven’t had a lot of time this past week but have read your blog when I’ve had a moment and I am enjoying it.

  7. I am loving this site as much as the others!!! It’s great to finally have one dedicated to western romance. I agree with all the suggestions made by the other ladies, and can’t wait to see what you have in store for us this week.

  8. I think this is a great idea for everyone like myself who loves westerns. I grew up in Scotland and my uncle was manager of a movie theatre so every Saturday afternoon we got in for free and watched all the Roy Roger movies which were just magic. Hope to read lots more from you all

    Elizabeth

  9. This site is a great idea and I absolutely love it!!! You ladies have done an excellent job:) I agree with the others that I would love to hear more about your books, writing techniques, how you came up with your characters ect.

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