Changes on the Horizon!

 

Big changes loom on the horizon here at the Junction.

We’re deeply saddened to have to say goodbye to Victoria Bylin, Cheryl St. John, and Elizabeth Lane. These ladies have saddled up and are riding headlong into new things far away from the hustle and bustle of Wildflower Junction. It’s been such a joy to get to know each of them. We wish them well with whatever they do next. But they promise to come back now and again to say howdy and catch us up on their doings. If you see them coming down the trail give them a great big grin and wave your arm off.

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Another change is how we do Fridays. Starting September 6th, Friday will be reserved for new releases, previews of upcoming books, excerpts of new stories, and whatever else we think of to do. How exciting is that?

We hope you’ll enjoy the upcoming format and ride this new terrain with us.

We’ll certainly try to hold your interest.

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: August 19, 2013 — 3:26 pm

10 Comments

  1. Thanks Felicia. My association with these wonderful Fillies and our readers has been such a rich experience. I’ll be doing one more blog in September before I ride into the sunset. Then I’ll be back as a guest in January. But meanwhile I plan to drop by and visit. Wildflower Junction will always be a part of my heart. Hugs to all of you.

  2. We will miss all three lovely ladies!

  3. They say change is good. I wish all three of these ladies the best!

  4. I so hate change, but I wish you ladies the very best of everything!

    –Kirsten

  5. Sorry to see you ladies leave. Cheryl, yours were some of the first romances I read. Elizabeth and Victoria, I found you a little later, but enjoyed you just as much. I do hope you all come back for frequent visits. Good luck with your new directions and projects. I’ll be looking forward to seeing what comes next.

  6. Sorry to see you ladies leave. I always enjoy your blogs.. The best of luck to all of you..

  7. We will miss them but wish them the best of luck! Goodbye!!

  8. Elizabeth,

    I’m reading your new book and loving it!!

  9. Sorry to hear you ladies are leaving, but wish you well in your new endeavors.

  10. I’ve read this blog for a long time and rarely commented, but now’s the time to step up and tell all of you how much I enjoy my ‘visits.’ Sorry to see the three of you go even as I’m looking forward to those ‘new release’ Fridays.

    Nancy

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