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June to July Blog Food for Thought

June 15, 2022

If you are not reading then you are writing….right? The next two books in my Promise series are well underway. “Imperfect Promise” is the Spur Historical Romance winner for the Western Writers of America and Finalist in the Will Rogers…

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Spring Cleaning

May 4, 2022

It was time to take a break from working on my third book in a series. And what a joy to visit family so many miles away. (700+) Now that I’ve swept away the cobwebs, I’m about to restart my…

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“Imperfect Promise” Winner of Western Historical Romance Spur Award 2022

March 24, 2022

I’ll bet some of my blog followers have had a similar experience as mine. I was sitting in the doctor’s office awaiting the doctor’s arrival; mask on. My cell rang. When I noticed the call was from Wyoming….I thought…that has…

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Susanna’s March Blog: How can weather events underpin plot evolution.

February 27, 2022

March Blog: How Weather Events Underpin Plot Evolution. Uncontrollable situations within your setting influence your character’s reactions and expressions. That’s plain fact. Tornadoes, thunderstorms, droughts, wind storms, floods, clouds and blue skies are likely to drive your character’s decisions and…

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The Why and How of Settings; Imperfect Promise

February 3, 2022

Some of the towns used in the backdrops or plotting in my books include; Wichita, North Platte, Omaha, Ogallala, Green River, Bannack, and Fort Benton, Cozad, and Sidney. I emphasize that these are only a few. But they are filled…

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December 17, 2021

Some of the towns used in the backdrops or plotting in my books include; Wichita, North Platte, Omaha, Ogallala, Green River, Bannack, and Fort Benton, Cozad, and Sidney. I emphasize that these are only a few. But they are filled…

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