How do I spend the weekend following a summer book release? Fishing on the mountain, of course!
A little history. I have always fished with a kid's pole and have just made the switch to an adult one. Not sure if it's going to do me any good considering one of my first casts landed my lure in a tree and my dad decided he'd be the one to climb it to get me unhooked. Yes, I have pictures.
Nothing we tried got those fishies biting; lures, worms, or even flies. I think we got there too late and they had already eaten, but we can only get my mom up so early. It was a great day for family even with us missing two members.
Riding the dirt roads of the Bighorn Mountains always lead to inspiration for my stories. And this trip was no different. I've got a couple of new story ideas in my notebook now.
Now, to Taking Flight. Have you read it yet? The story isn't as long as Courage of Us, but it still is packed with meaning to me. In high school, I hung out with more guys than girls and all the characters in this series are similar to one of them. No way will I reveal who is who, but like the guys who were always like brothers to me, my guys in the Code of Honor Series hold a special place in my heart.
I hope you find it as enjoyable as I did writing it. If you know the characters from the prologue in Courage of Us, next up will be Chase and he'll be come back home to Centennial!
In other news, it's rodeo week here. My hometown's equivalent to to Mardi Gras. Rodeo performances start Wednesday night and go through Saturday. We aren't going this year, but I will be down at the parade on Friday passing out bookmarks. I'm ready to get WYO'D!
Have a great week!