It’s Yee-Haw Day!

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!!

Jeannie Watt

I’m going to repeat my good news. I signed the contract for my Cowgirls of Larkspur Valley series with Harlequin. I’m so excited to get going on a new sweet series that features strong heroines and the men who disrupt their well-planned lives.

In other news, I got to spend Christmas with my grandbaby. She’s at the into-everything age and we had a blast.

Pam Crooks

Mark Your Calendars!

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When her dying friend pleads for help to finish a renovation project, Ava Howell can’t refuse, even though her promise means leaving her new career and familiar life in New York to travel to a remote ranch in Texas. She’s good at what she does, and the ghost town vacation resort would look great on her resume, but it means tangling with the ex-military cowboy who is determined to stop her as soon as she arrives.

Beau Paxton needs to sell the land and ghost town to save his family’s struggling ranch. He’s a formidable enemy to Ava’s determination, but the harder she works, the more his attraction for her grows. He doesn’t want to set aside his plans so she can succeed at hers, yet he finds himself doing just that…

Will a promise bring a city girl and a sexy cowboy together? Or will a broken one drive them apart?

Kit Morgan

Oh Boy! A New Release!


Two handsome neighbors …

Two beautiful pranksters …

And two sets of nervous parents.


Sadie and Lucy Weaver were the Weaver farm’s worst pranksters. It was their reputation, one that needed to be upheld. But when Sadie realizes that the only way to catch Taylor Wyndham’s eye is by acting like a lady at the annual Chirstmas dance, she’s torn between her reputation and getting the man she wants. And that’s not all. Taylor doesn’t seem interested no matter what she does. Thank Heaven his brother Brandon offers to help, and the two concoct a brilliant plan to win the hearts of each other’s siblings! But the best plans often go arwy and Sadie realizes the greatest joke of all might be on her.


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Hi everyone! I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday. I found an unexpected treasure while I was wrapping presents! It was down in the wrapping paper holder—a small, double-sided poster of the movie TITANIC with Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio.

What was so special about that? Well, that movie came out in 1997 when my daughter was 11. It was all the rage for months! By her 12th birthday in September 1998, the movie had been released on video— and there was no doubt about what she wanted for her birthday, but she also wanted a Titanic theme party.

So all her friends wore their “evening gowns” and we decorated the living room and I made popcorn for our “viewing” of Titanic. It was a definite hit! I had forgotten all about the posters and other items I’d bought to decorate with, but I guess I saved this one for “someday” – and then forgot about it, too.  I think she was as thrilled to get this poster back again as she was to have it the first time around. Lots of Yee-Hawing going on over this, for sure. Reminded me of when my mom found my old poster of Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid and gave it to me about 10 years later…I’d thought it was gone forever. Have you ever found something later you’d completely forgotten about? Makes you so happy!

Sammy and Max wish you a very HAPPY NEW YEAR!



The Wild West Series, by Karen Kay.

Follow three friends as they attempt to undo a curse hanging over their people — a curse that threatens all their tribes’ children.

They join Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show in the late 1800’s at the same time two sisters are fleeing their home due to a terrible miscarriage of justice.  They join Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show in order to hide from the “law.”

Could love be the only way to avert a disaster?  

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21 thoughts on “It’s Yee-Haw Day!”

  1. Happy NEW year and yes Cheryl – when cleaning out my dad’s house in preparation for auction – I found the plastic toy horse that I opened on my 3rd birthday and remember doing so – what a treasure – yesterday I found the last birthday card that my Mom gave to me as well!!

    • Oh, Teresa, what a TREASURE! I mean BOTH of those things! My daughter still has her first stuffed animal, a little white cat she named “Fluffy” — she is 35 and she still keeps it with her wherever she lives, in the top of her closet. Those things that were dear to us when we were so young cannot be replaced. I’m so glad you found your horse, and that card is something very special, too. I think I’ve kept most of the cards I ever got from my mom and dad, and I need to go through them and …what? I don’t think I could bear to get rid of them, especially now that my parents are gone. Some things you just can’t part with!

  2. Congratulations to all! Yes Cheryl I have found things. Last summer I found posters our daughter had hung in her dorm room way back when…. our grandson took them home and hung them above her sewing machine as a surprise. Patrick Swayze in his “Dirty Dancing” glory.

    • Alice! I love that your grandson did that for his mom! HOW SWEET AND THOUGHTFUL OF HIM! What a lovely thing for him to do, and I’m wondering if all moms keep their kids’ posters? LOL We must!

    • I love that, Emma! I used to have a ton of posters when I was a teenager. One that I had was a 6′ tall life size poster of Butch and Sundance at the end of the movie, blasting their way out of their jam. I had that in my room for years. I never knew what happened to it, but my mom found it and gave it to me one year. That was like an old friend coming home! LOL

  3. First Congrats—Yee Haw!!
    I have. I just recently found a photo of my Grandma & Grandpa in their younger years. They’ve gone to Heaven now so finding that picture meant a lot to me. It was in a frame too.
    Love the sounds of your books. Boy would I love to read & review them in print format.
    Glad you had a blast with your Grandbaby.
    Happy New Year to you.

    • Crystal, that is WONDERFUL! When we were going through my parents’ things I found some pictures I’d never seen before, too–of relatives I’d heard Mom talk about but never had known. Now that I’m working on my genealogy, it’s great to have those at hand.

  4. Happy New Year! Yee Haw!! Thank you so much for sharing. The Titanic pictures brings back some great memories. God bless you.

    • Debbie, it did for us, too. Oh, what a blockbuster movie that was! I read the other day that Kate Winslet and Leo DeCaprio were 21 or so when they made that movie–so long ago, and fun to see all the things they have done since then! I love Leo–he’s a huge animal rights advocate.

  5. Jeannie. – How wonderful you got to spend Christmas with family. The Into Everything Stage needs watching but they are so much fun at the same time.
    Best wishes for your new series.
    Pam. – Thank you so much for the upcoming giveaway of A Cowboy And A Promise. It sounds good.
    Kit. – Sadie sounds like a fun read. Funny how our plans can sometimes backfire on us.
    Cheryl. – How wonderful that you found the poster. Things I haven’t seen in a long time and have forgotten about pop up all the time. One thing I wish would reappear is also related to a movie. A friend gave me the life-sized movie theater cut out of Hans Solo from the first Star Wars movie. I had it in the corner of my sewing room but it would startle me every time I went in. It got moved, but I have no idea where it ended up.
    Karen. – Since the series is complete, now is the perfect time to get it and binge read my way through it.

    I hope all of you have a wonderful 2022.

    • Patricia, I hate it when things just go missing and we can’t really put our fingers on what happened to them. I’m facing that when I think about cleaning out my attic. I know there will be a lot of things I will be “attached” to, but there’s really no point in just boxing it all back up for storage. My sister suggested taking pictures of some of it that I want to keep but really can’t. I might do that.


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