Cowboys are to romance novels what American cheese is to the Big Mac sandwich. Sure, you can have one without the other, but who’d want to? And if you’re like me, you’ve probably wondered how much these fictional heroes have in common with real cattle pushers. I was determined to find out the only way I knew how, by chatting with my good friend Rionna Morgan, author of the critically acclaimed novel The Wanting Heart, President of the Montana Chapter of Romance…Continue
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Carol Buchanan’s Gold Under Ice, set in the 1860's, draws the reader into the lives of Dan Stark, Martha, the woman he loves, and her children. Daniel and Martha have entered into a common-law marriage, not knowing where her missing, abusive husband is, or whether he is still alive.
Dan has come to the…Continue
Added by Mary E. Trimble on April 12, 2012 at 11:52am — No Comments
After a glorious weekend of working outdoors in warm sun with mild breezes, I came to realize that we have just come out of the longest winter I have ever experienced in my life. Eight full months of winter weather has left us shaky like little wimps, unable to do the smallest physical task without our muscles screaming, because we don't have any muscle left in our bodies! Well, I'm speaking for myself, of course, because Kurt has been working non stop trying to keep this boat afloat like…Continue
Added by Susie Rosso Wolf on June 6, 2011 at 10:44am — No Comments
How's your weather out there? Today in Montana we have dreary over cast skies, a nip in the air with very cool temperatures. Last night it became down right cold with crazy high winds which ripped down three of my treasured wind chimes. Although the old man (Kurt) insisted on lighting the furnace I slept with the ceiling fan on! We're a crazy bunch out here!
This morning I listened to Governor Schweitzer on the news discussing our heavy snow pack…Continue
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