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Thursday, April 21, 2016

Blame it on Texas...

Amazing authors have launched my brand new Blame it on Texas Kindle World this morning at Amazon!

This is the world that I created with Long, Hot Texas Summer and Daisies in the Canyon and these authors have taken their characters there in hopes of finding their own happy-ever-after amongst the tough world in the Palo Duro Canyon.

Location has been an important inspiration in my books and the Palo Duro was one that begged to be opened up for romance and love in the stark beauty of the canyon and the hard work in that area. It's a place to begin, to start a new life, to enjoy the daisies and the solitude that can only be found in the canyon. It’s a place to make new friends and cherish those who support you in everyday life and where you can walk through cemeteries and remember old friends who carved out a living in a world of dried up creek beds and cattle.

Sometimes in the still of the night, you can hear the birds calling out or the tree frogs and the crickets working together to bring you a concert. Often in the middle of their concerto, you can hear the bawling of a new baby calf or maybe the wind rustling through the mesquite and scrub oak as if using their gnarly old branches as musical instruments.

It’s a community within itself, where neighbors are there for each other in good times and in bad times. Where they gather up for barn parties and cattle working days. It’s where the men respect their women, both for their independence and for their love. And where the women are sassy and tough and respect their men folks for the hard work they put into digging a living out of the red clay that too often is unyielding.

A World of surprises and love awaits in the Palo Duro Canyon of the Texas panhandle. Blame it on Texas takes place in the hard world of ranching where love can be found in a land that barely nurtures wild flowers. Where happy ever after might have to jump through hoops to be attained, but is oh so sweet when it arrives.

It’s there in the Palo Duro Canyon that people come to live. Sometimes they stay; sometimes the loneliness drives them away, but once they’ve gotten a taste of the peace there, it stays with them forever. Whether they come back or not, they will never forget the experience of living in the canyon.

I invite you to dive into several new love stories that will leave you “blaming a lot of happy-ever-afters on Texas.”

Blame it on Texas, a new world offered on Amazon. Here’s hoping you love going back there time and time again.

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