Changes in the Corral


It’s with a sad heart that I must share this news. Stacey Kayne has saddled up and ridden from the corral. She’ll be sorely missed. While she was here she touched us in many ways. It was a joy to ride the trail with her. Whatever she chooses to do from here we know she’ll succeed because of her immense strength and determination. If you meet her on the trail give her a smile and a wave.



Taking her spot in the corral is Renee Ryan. We welcome this dear lady who already feels like a Filly sister. She’s been here many times as a guest and has written some interesting blogs. She hails from the beautiful state of Georgia. Her book COURTING THE ENEMY won the 2012 Daphne Du Maurier Award For Excellence in mystery/suspense.

Please make her feel welcome. Her first blog day is Wednesday, October 3rd. I think you’ll agree that she’ll make a dandy addition to our fold.


If you’d like to know more about Miss Renee, go to

Maybe, just maybe she’ll be able to help me get some the orneriness out of Jasper, my mule. He’s a handful. He does make me mad enough to lose my religion from time to time.

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: September 29, 2012 — 9:59 pm


  1. A big howdy and hugs for Renee! We’re so glad to have you here at Wildflower Junction.

  2. I love our bright new rooting, tooting look! Hee-haw!

  3. Welcome, Renee! I’m so thrilled to have you in the corral with the rest of the fillies. You’ve just made Wildflower Junction an even better place for our western romance friends to visit. Yee-haw!

  4. WELCOME RENEE!!! We get a new filly the same time we get a new look on the site.

  5. So glad to have you join the Fillies, Renee. Exciting times ahead!

  6. Big welcome, Renee! I think you’re gonna like belonging to our little family. We’ll sure try to show you a good time.

    I LOVE what we’ve done to the Junction! It’s gorgeous.

  7. Happy trails, Stacey and welcome Renee!

  8. Best wishes with everything to Stacey!

    A big HOWDY and WELCOME to Renee!

    The junction is looking marvelous, by the way.


  9. We’ll miss you, Stacey!

    Welcome to the Junction, Renee!

  10. Well, bless your heart, Kirsten! We appreciate your howdy to welcome Miss Renee. We’re glad you like the new look too. Keepin’ the Junction an exciting place to visit is what we strive to do. That keeps us busier than a beaver during dam-building time. Jasper, my mule, is grinning at that. He likes when I talk plain.

  11. Jasper is looking forward to you bringing him treats from time to time, Miss Renee. Miss Stacey spoiled the goofy old thing plumb rotten. Jus’ saying……….

  12. We’ll all miss Stacey, a great lady and wonderful author.

    But what a treat to have Renee among us! She’s been a great guest and will add a lot to the Fillies!

  13. Stacey, we’re so sorry to see you go, but I know we all understand that sometimes you just have to step back from things and take a very deep breath. We are thinking of you!

    Welcome, Renee! It’s good to have you with us here at P&P! A big howdy to you, and a very warm welcome.
    Cheryl P.

  14. Stacey will be missed!
    Welcome Renee!

  15. Howdy!!!! So excited to be here. I’m traveling today. But I am honored and humbled to call myself a Filly. I promise to do you gals proud!!!

  16. I wish Stacey all the best and welcome, Renee, and looking forward to having a new Filly!

  17. Welcome, Renee!! So glad to have your join our group!!

  18. Welcome Renee…Love your books….Stacey hope all your dreams come true….


  19. Again, thank you for the warm welcome. I’m looking forward to settling in here at the junction. Waving hi to Melinda. 🙂

  20. Big welcome to a fellow Georgian! Change can be sad, but it’s inevitable. Looking forward to your posts Renee!

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