Happy Trails to…Me!

Well, folks, the time has come for me to saddle up and leave the corral.  Life is moving on and I’ve just gotta see what’s over that next hill.

I’m still writing westerns [see http://www.PrairieRosePublications.com]–in fact my first two novels [formerly known as TOUCH OF TEXAS & TOUCHED BY LOVE] will be re-released as TEXAS GOLD & TEXAS ROSE soon, and I’ve got a few other stories begging to see the light of day! Yes, Wolf is one of those, now that I have the time to dust his hat and polish his boots, that is.

Being a Filly for the last eight years has been an amazing experience. I’ve met some fabulous writers whom I’m proud to call friends, and I’ve learned lots while researching my monthly blogs. And I’m pleased to be turning over my chair in the bunkhouse to Trish Milburn–you’re going to love getting to know her!

I tip my Stetson to all you Readers, you are the best! Thanks for your support of my books, both here at Petticoats & Pistols and out there in the wide open spaces of bookstores, libraries and the internet. I hope to see you when I drop in for a visit. [Hint—I’ll be back here May 26!]

–While I’m writing this my husband is reading me an article about all the western authors who were born and/or lived in his tiny hometown and my fingers are starting to itch to write blogs. lol–

You can still find me at http://www.TracyGarrett.com, on Facebook [TGarrett.Author], on Twitter [TGarrett_Author] and blogging at http://www.PrairieRosePublications.blogspot.com the second Monday of every month.

Farewell, all!
Git up, horse. Second star to the right and straight on till morning.

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History, Texas, cowboys, horses—these are a few of Tracy’s favorite things. Check out her westerns at www.TracyGarrett.com.

27 thoughts on “Happy Trails to…Me!”

  1. May the wind travel at your back along the way and may you have many more sights to see, hear and experience as well as you ride along Tracy. Good luck with all that you have planned ahead of you, but save a little time here and there to pace yourself because you never know what nice surprises may be coming your way. A rainbow maybe to brighten the skies and a smile to the eyes and lips. Thanks for being a Filly for a while and we’ll miss ya pardner Tracy. Thank you.

    • Elaine, thank you! Some new opportunities to make music have presented themselves and I’m having some fun there. But still have stories to tell! Hope you can stop in when I visit in May.

  2. Tracy, I’m not going to say goodbye. Just can’t do it. You’ll be back whether to stay or visit, but lady, I’m going to miss the heck out of you. Who’s going to teach me about guns? I’ll probably get tons of stuff wrong. I wish you well in everything you do. I know there are some exciting things waiting for you.

    Lots of love and big hugs!

  3. Happy Trails, Tracy! I look forward to your visits and learning what you have been up to in the space between! It has been wonderful getting to know you and your books! All the best and keep in touch!

  4. Tracy, you’ve been with us so long that the corral will just not be the same. Boo-hoo! But change happens, I’m afraid, and I’m just grateful to call you friend all these years. You have my email address, sister, if you need anything.

    Hugs!

  5. Farewell, my filly friend. Even though it’s not forever. It’s been awesome hanging with you here in Wildflower Junction and the hitching post at at Prairie Rose. And I’ve loved seeing you in person at several RWA national conferences. May God continue to bless you and your wonderful stories. xo

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