What Makes an Old West Cowboy

It’s difficult not to love a cowboy of the Old West – think Gary Cooper and Clint Eastwood – and these authors know a thing or two about Old West cowboys. Historical Western authors Linda Broday, Rosanne Bittner, Jo Goodman, Kaki Warner, Jacqui Nelson, and E.E. Burke share their answers to the question: What are the characteristics an Old West cowboy hero must have?

Guest Post: Kaki Warner, Ah…That first Christmas Dinner…+ Giveaway!

Most readers probably think romance authors glide around the kitchen in slinky outfits and stilettoes, sipping fine wine and thinking about passionate things while they cook up fabulous gourmet meals. Not at my house. I’m a lousy cook, the last in a long line of lousy cooks. I say ‘last’ because my daughter, bless her heart, has broken the cycle. She’s a fabulous cook. Probably because she uses those recipe things. How boring is that? Not too, if you want to eat without gagging, I suppose.

Guest Post: An interview with Kaki Warner + 5 book giveaway!

Guest Author – Kaki Warner, of whom I am a personal fan! Kaki writes a romance that captures the readers heart. You’ll see what I mean in this post – enjoy! Mass Market Release: Heartbreak Creek, a Runaway Bride Novel
Setting: Colorado Rockies, 1870
Subgenre: Western Historical
Hero: Declan Brodie
Heroine: Edwina Ladoux (Ed)
One sentence summary: When a Colorado rancher advertises for a sturdy English-speaking bride to help with his ranch and four children, the skinny southern belle who shows up with her half-black half-sister is certainly not than he expected…but exactly what he needed.