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!!
Tomorrow is release day for Book #2 in my Outlaw Mail Order Bride series!! Yee-Haw! Handcuffed together with nothing but the clothes on their backs….5 days from safety…A posse behind them. Will they survive? KOBO | AMAZON | B&N | iTunes |
Book 1 in the Patchwork family series, More Than Meets the Eye, is on sale for only $1.99 for the e-book version. Sale ends April 30, so mount up and gallop over to your favorite online book seller!
If you haven’t read Eva and Logan’s story yet, now’s the time. With the release of More Than Words Can Say (Book 2) just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to get to know the Hamilton clan.
A heroine with heterchromia. A hero with hidden motives. When her family is threatened, she doesn’t expect falling in love to be their best defense.
Just completed a quick tour in Illinois and Montana. Did an all day seminar in Newton, IL at their library. I’m from Newton, Illinois and it was great to get back there and renew friendships.
Left: At the Library in Newton with two other authors.
To the right, a selfie picture of hubby and me snapped at a campground early in the early morning on our return trip home. No make-up — Goodness!
I’m so excited about the release of this book. It’s a revised version of Something More, the second book I published way back in 2001. It’s been out of print for a looooonngg time and was never made into an eBook. So now readers will have a chance to read Caleb and Elthia’s story again.
On Sale April 30th. Click on the cover image for more info or to pre-order
It’s release day for The Sailor and the Suffragette This is a multi-author series I’m involved in that’s been a ton of fun! Shanghaied sailors finding hope for a new life with the help of some kindly couples who take them in, teach them new skills and send them out into the world. My poor chap has a case of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and winds up in my little town of Clear Creek, Oregon where he finds just what the doctor ordered! Eventually …
Ruth Logan Herne
Well we went into Easter with two big things that had nothing to do with writing and everything to do with story-telling!
With the help of one of my young friends, Christina, we sponsored an amazing “Help For the Homeless” day at the farm and while I helped with the organizing end, Christina and former daycare kids and grandkids did the work collecting money, food, clothing and supplies for the House of Mercy (a 24/7 shelter in the city of Rochester) and The Margaret Home (A brand new home for unwed mothers threatened with homelessness to help them be safe and cared for during pregnancy and beyond) and the Hilton Food Shelf (a food pantry that helps a couple of thousand families a year that have hit hard times in my own community.)
We held it from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM and it was a great day with over $800.00 raised in cash and bottle/can returns, hundreds of dollars of supplies and a lot of happy folks! The mayor and some of the Knights of Columbus bought the kids pizza and water and ice creams for volunteering their time, a nice respite from the homeless-friendly Ramen noodles I was going to serve…. and how fun to have the mayor come by and talk to them!
And then my husband and I packed all that up and slipped down to Dallas for four days to see our youngest son, a transplanted New Yorker. We met up with Richard and Mindy Brock Obenhaus and went to THE SILOS!!!!! and the Fort Worth Stockyards and Luke treated his dad to two Texas Rangers baseball games…. I found a little Catholic chapel in downtown Dallas and had a lovely Holy Thursday Mass and we just had a great time. From The Silos Baking Company:
I finished up the homeless mission and the whirlwind Dallas adventure ready to celebrate an amazing He Is Risen! kind of Easter and get back to my stories… renewed! And thanking God for the amazing blessings we have and see every day.
I spent four fabulous days in Canadian, Texas, with fellow Filly, Linda Broday and Jodi Thomas, for the Canadian River Valley Writers Workshop in connection with the Canadian Arts Alliance. The bed and breakfast we stayed in was packed with antiques and made us feel we were in the 1800’s when the town was founded near the Canadian River. It’s called “the oasis of the High Plains” for a reason. We truly enjoyed our stay at Kim’s Cottage right on Main Street. Here’s a picture of Linda, Jodi, and me at the public booksigning. Small towns bring big crowds. We had great speakers, workshops, food and fun.
Do you love a party?
Do you love a sweet historical western romance series?
We know you do!
As you know, my book, ELEANORA, is Book #8 of the Widows of Wildcat Ridge series. Like all good things, the series must come to an end.
But never fear! A brand new series is coming, and we’re having a Facebook party to celebrate!
Just click on the link, sign up, and get the scoop!
Play games! Win prizes! Meet the authors and drool over the new covers!