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Holy Heckmaster Awesomeness

I just found out that Tell (The Heckmasters) (back when it was still called that) is a finalist in the 2017 RONE Cover Awards!

And it is a spooper beautiful cover by the talented Kanaxa. I'm super thrilled that Tell was nominated for a RONE Award and that the cover is a finalist. Awesome sauce.


You can see all the pretty covers that were finalists at the InD'Tale website.

You can buy Hell & Gone with it's also awesome new cover at Amazon.

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Cowboy Six Pack

So didja get the new box set yet?
Six hot cowboys for that low, low price of 99 cents?
Mine's about a guy in a fictional Oklahoma town who takes over running his family's stockyard. He meets a woman in a bar, tries to buy her a drink, and gets shut down. Then he witnesses an argument between her and another guy. Come to find out later, he's her new boss. And she's expecting a bundle of joy. It's a sweet little story about family and forgiveness. Here's an excerpt:

“I’m meeting someone.” The petite brunette had the words out of her mouth before Dean could set the glass down on the bar beside her. She shouted over the lousy rendition of ‘Boot Scootin’ Boogie’, but didn’t spare him a glance. “It’s a free drink. I’m not asking for your phone number.” He glared at the band over his shoulder, but they were midway through the song and unlikely to quit playing because he wanted to talk to a woman. “I don’t want it.” She tipped her half empty glass toward him. “You loo…

Release Day - Duke of My Dreams

It's been up for pre-order for a bit, so if you purchased it, you've got six sexy Dukes just a-waiting on your ereaders.

Granted, mine is a reprint, but it was super-fun the first time around, so read it again!

The set is only 99 cents, you couldn't ask for a better bargain from such great authors.

Get it at:
Amazon || B&N || iTunes || Kobo


Super Duper Updates

I've been busy, busy.
This week, I decided that I would learn print formatting or die trying. I have good news. I did learn it and I didn't come close to dying. It's astounding to me how difficult I've made this for myself since basically I started trying my hand at any kind of formatting. It's beyond me why there's not a super simple guide for dummies. I mean, Mark Coker wrote the Smashwords guide that practically made it stupid proof. Why isn't there something like that for print? Everything I've read left me confused and frustrated.
I stumbled on a blog post by Roxanne Smolen (it's here. If you have no idea what you're doing, you should read it). There are some things that I disagree with in it. You kind of have to play with it and figure out how you like it. But today I set up the Heckmasters and all my historicals for review in Createspace. The document viewer made them look spectacular. They're in review right now. Hopefully tomorrow e…

The Hot as Hell Sale - Grab The Heckmasters!

I'm traveling this weekend, but I wanted to give y'all the heads up. The Heckmaster brothers can be yours for only 99 cents from today through the 23rd. That's right--four low, low priced days for Heckmaster happiness.

Get them while they're hot. Oh, hell. Who am I kidding? They're always hot!

Don't forget that Hell & Gone (aka Tell) was RONE Award nominated. So you don't have to take my word for that these are books worth the read.

Get 'em on the 'Zon. And don't forget they're always free on Kindle Unlimited.

Hell & A Hard Place
Hell & Back
Hell & Gone


Hot Heckmaster News

Yesterday I was eating lunch when I got the coolest email of the week. Tell (The Heckmasters, Book 3) was nominated in the Paranormal Short category for a RONE Award. The RONE Awards are held by InD'tale magazine. Books that receive 4 stars or better are nominated.

It feels pretty sweet. I had a hard time writing Tell because I didn't want to finish the series. I love my Heckmaster boys, and Tell in particular because a whole lot me went into him.

Of course, as you may know, Tell (The Heckmasters) is no longer available for sale because it's now Hell & Gone (The Heckmasters). With it's purty new cover and you get that awesome alternate ending in the Kindle version. Having a "director's cut" in a book is a first for me and it was fun, even though the alternate ending is sad. Get your tissues ready.

Just for giggles, here are the links to all three books. And they're always free on KU. You can't beat that deal.

Hell & A Hard Place
Hell & B…

They're Alive!

After a couple of weeks that feel very long (and an aching neck from bending over my laptop so much), I finally got The Convict and the Cattleman, The Wrong Brother's Bride, and Reclaiming Her Heart back on Amazon yesterday.

I have to admit, I was daunted by the prospect of reading through The Convict and the Cattleman again. I didn't wait long after I finished The Wrong Brother's Bride, but I was practically moaning about it. You know, it was one of my first books and I expected it to be bad (I had a great editor, what was I thinking?). It surprised me. That books is awesome and after three years of not looking at it, I was like, the heck? Who wrote this? It's magnificent. And it truly is. There was a part in it in which I killed a character and I have always regretted it. So, I may have reworked it a bit. You'll have to read it to find out. Ha ha. You can get it at Amazon now and it's free on KU.

I did some updating to The Wrong Brother's Bride too. It was…