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!!
My Texas fairy tale, Head in the Clouds is on sale for only $0.99 for the month of November. Some places have it as low as $0.79! YeeHaw!
When a recovering romantic goes to work for a handsome ranch owner,
her heart’s not the only thing in danger.
Karen Kay’s first book, LAKOTA SURRENDER, has just been re-released in its newest 25th Year Anniversary edition. Beautiful cover! In e-book and paperback at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
On sale at $3.99.
Check Out The Cover For My January Release!
Book #3 Outlaw Mail Order Bride Series
I’m soooooo excited to announce that I will be writing three Amish romance novels for Grand Central Publishing’s Forever line. I’m in the process of writing the first book which is currently scheduled to come out next December and am really enjoying the unfolding story.
Sales and New Releases, Yee Haw! Holidays with the Weavers is on sale for just .99 cents for the next few weeks! Enjoy this fun holiday romp set in the old west!
Olivia: A woman who can’t see her past.
George: A man who can’t see his future.
Samuel: An old man with “friends” no one can see.
The Weavers: A family who sees everything. Or so they think…
Also for just .99 cents, a fun new release and the first in a new series!
When Wendy Preston spied Jack Carlson in Fort Worth, she thought she was seeing a ghost. But no, it was him, the man who broke her heart. After her father carted the family off to Dallas, leaving Montana behind, that was it. No more Jack. Not. One. Word. But what did it matter? She was supposed to marry another man. It’s what her father wanted. It’s what the family business needed. But seeing Jack made Wendy think. What did she want? The bigger question was, could she stand up to her father to get it?
Enjoy this quick romantic romp and find out!
I remember when I was a little girl, oh, maybe 7 or 8 or so, I would sit at my grandmother’s kitchen table and gaze up in awe at her new dishes, which were tucked safely away in their own cabinet.
They were the most beautiful dishes I’d ever seen. My grandmother would use them only for special occasions, of course, and not one of them do I recall attending.
My grandparents led frugal lives. My grandfather was a shoemaker, and these were dishes he bought for her from his leather salesman, probably in the late 50’s. All in all, she had 16 place settings.
Isn’t this plate beautiful?
After my grandmother passed away, my uncle took her china. After he passed away, it was my hope I’d finally get the dishes for my own. I had to wait several years, but at last, they were just recently handed down to me.
I display a few pieces in my kitchen, and yep, I’m going to use them at Thanksgiving. And at Christmas dinner. And at another holiday dinner I’m having.
I’m so thrilled to have my grandmother’s beautiful dishes for my own after all these years, and one day, I’ll be passing them on to my daughters. They’re a treasure I’ll cherish forever. Yee-Haw!
I just got the cover for my February Heartwarming book, Montana Dad. I love it! Harlequin has created new covers for all their lines and Montana Dad is in the first wave.
I wanted to give you all a peek at the cover of the first book in my new holiday series, Gifts of Christmas.
Gift of Grace releases December 12!