Western Romance and Women's Fiction


Western Romance and Women's Fiction

A group who will exchange blog posts to promote our Western Romance and Women's Fiction novels.

Website: http://bookblogs.ning.com/group/westernromanceandwomensfiction
Members: 19
Latest Activity: Dec 26, 2014

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Looking for Reviewers to Review WILDEST DREAMS by Rosanne Bittner 1 Reply

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Started by Loren @ Author Assistance. Last reply by MK McClintock Apr 5, 2012.

Wildest Dreams by Rosanne Bittner - Book Trailer

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Comment by Kelli A. Wilkins on December 26, 2014 at 10:11am

I’ve been building boards and posting all sorts of stuff about my romances on Pinterest. Come check it out & follow along:

Comment by Keta Diablo on March 10, 2014 at 3:41am

Hello Western Writers and Readers! Stopping in to introduce Stilettos At High Noon to the group.

We're a western-themed fiction and romance blog. Some of our features include: Saddle Up Sunday Snippers (share your western-themed excerpts on our blog), Blog Hops where all western writers are encouraged to participate, daily articles about the Old and the New West, FREE short stories, anthologies and serial stories. If you love western as much as we do, please #follow  Stilettos At High Noon to get in on all features of western fiction and western romance. HERE: http://stilettosathighnoon.blogspot.com.

Want to be our Friday guest? Contact us using the form on the blog or email me at ketadiablo@yahoo.com. We also have another feature for bloggers, reviewers and readers called What's On Your Western Nightstand. We'd love to know what western book you're reading and why. Again, email me and I'll send you the questionnaire. All writers and bloggers are encouraged to promote their web sites/blogs if you're featured on our site. Spots are filling up fast! Hope to hear from you,

Happy reading and writing, Keta


Comment by Richard Porter on November 16, 2013 at 1:04pm

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Comment by Barbara Hightower on October 15, 2013 at 2:01pm

New blog tour/reviews starting up for  Charlene Whitman's new release...Colorado Promise

1875: An upper-class young woman with her New York ways finds herself floundering on Colorado’s rough and untamed Front Range—until a cowboy with a troubled past and broken heart shows her how the open range can make promises come true.



Description of Colorado Promise

Book One in the Front Range Series

1875. High-society New York belle, Emma Bradshaw, is forced to give up her dreams of college when her father gets “western fever” and moves his family out to a utopian town in Colorado Territory. Now stuck with her emotional mother and controlling father, Emma sees no way out of her lonely prison—unless her childhood friend, handsome Randall Turnbull, might perchance fall in love with her and marry her. It’s not by accident he’s come out to Colorado with them to work for the railroad under his pompous father. But for once Emma doesn’t mind that her parents have acted as matchmaker. Randall seems the perfect man for her, and she’s eager for him to court her.


Lucas Rawlings, veterinarian and horse lover, has lived on the Front Range for three years at Sarah Banks’s horse ranch, after stumbling down from the Rockies consumed with grief. Since losing his precious wife and baby in childbirth, he doesn’t think his heart can bear ever loving again. But Sarah, a half-Cheyenne with a medicine woman for a grandmother, has a vision showing it’s time Lucas married again. He scoffs until he rescues Emma in a sudden hailstorm and their lives become intricately entwined.


Emma yearns for the comfort and familiarity of Randall’s company, but Lucas’s easy confidence and gentle ways snag her heart. And not only is he ruggedly handsome, he openly speaks his mind—which riles her father and brother. Emma finds life hard to adjust to on the Front Range, with grasshoppers and drought and blizzards. But when ranchers try to force Sarah and her boys off their land, and Emma’s sister-in-law’s pregnancy is in peril, Emma’s worries multiply. Then, when her brother takes up dangerous company, the lives of her family and the cowboy she’s come to love are threatened. It will take a miracle—and the strength of true love—to come through unscathed.




A fresh new voice in Historical Romance, Charlene Whitman captured me from the beginning with characters I won't soon forget. A sizzling-sweet romance, a love triangle, spiteful villains, heart-throbbing heroes, and a plot full of intrigue that kept me guessing.  Ms.Whitman's magnificent research transported me to the Colorado plains and left me longing to join the characters amidst the wildflower-dotted fields, rushing rivers, and panoramic Rocky Mountains. Fans of Historical Western Romance will not soon forget Colorado Promise.  
—MaryLu Tyndall, best-selling author of the Escape to Paradise series


Dates are 11-1 through 11- 28th  email Babsbookbistro@gmail.com


Comment by Deborah Warner on February 3, 2013 at 9:22pm

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Comment by Stormi Johnson on September 18, 2012 at 12:03pm

Still have some slots open on the The Tale of Lucia Grandi by Susan Speranza blog tour if any of you might be interested. Tour dates available are Nov. 6th, 8th, 9th, 12th, 14th, 15th and 17th. http://lightningbookpromotions.com/2012/08/27/for-november-the-tale...

Comment by Stormi Johnson on August 30, 2012 at 1:18pm

Newest blog tour from Lightning Book Promotions and the author is not certain of the exact release date for her book, but it will be in November. So if you interested I do know that it will be some time at the first of November and you can sign up using the google form below. This book has been tagged as: Family relations, Problem families, Mother-Daughter relationship, Child abuse, Coming of age-fiction.

 Looking for bloggers to host reviews, guest post, interviews, character interviews, and excerpts.


The Tale of Lucia Grande, the Early Years

When an old woman is asked to tell the story of her life, she tells is an intense and poignant tale about growing up in and surviving an irrational, warring suburban family during the 1950s and 60s. The narrative is told from Lucia’s perspective as the second child where she and her siblings are caught in the middle of a lifelong war between her mother, Ruth, an overbearing, unhappy homemaker, and her father, Leonard, a manipulative, sometimes violent New York City cop. Lucia is the silent, thoughtful eyewitness to her parents’ constant and sometimes life-threatening battle.

The story is told as a memoir; each chapter describes a particular incident in Lucia’s life which shows the constant struggle between her parents and the perverse effect it has on her and her siblings. From her complicated and unwanted birth, to her witnessing a suicide at age 3, to her stint as a runaway at age 14, the story progresses to the final crisis where as a young woman, she is turned out of her house and banished from her family forever.

This timeless story of one woman’s courageous attempt to come to terms with her past and the troubled family that dominated it is powerfully and poignantly told.


This novel recently made it to the Quarter final rounds in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award Contest. Amazon reviewers called it great storytelling and the wrote that the prose “ flows with such beauty you are holding your breath to eagerly read each word!”
When I know when the book is release I will set up the exact tour schedule with dates.

Email me at stormi@lightningbookpromotions.com.

Comment by MK McClintock on April 5, 2012 at 3:06pm

Celia - If you're still looking for guest authors, I'd be pleased to join you for a visit on your blog.




Comment by MK McClintock on March 22, 2012 at 4:18pm

What a wonderful group! I look forward to looking around and seeing what other books authors have to offer!

Comment by Laurie Carlson on June 23, 2011 at 8:16pm

TODAY to FRIDAY, 6-25 at 11:59pm-Midsummers Eve Blog Hop Giveaway! I’m giving away a Summer Vacation in an Advanced Reader’s Copy of "SUMMER RENTAL” by Mary Kay Andrews!  This is an Unread copy!  I read the Kindle edition so this is in PRISTINE condition!!!

This book is SO good!  It is just like going on vacation with the characters from this book!  It’s the BEST Summer Read this year!! See my review on my Home page and enter the giveaway under the ***Giveaways*** Tab!!!






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