Just a little bit intimidating
It's the start of something new. No series to continue or something to follow after this one, just a standalone, nothing to worry about ... right? I already have two of those done, one coming out at the beginning of next year.
I'll be releasing more from now on as well. I love all my series, including the one you get to experience next year, but I want to do more of a one-shot story as well. This book might take a lot out of me, but it'll be worth it.
Last weekend, I had a book signing at Sheridan Stationery and left behind quite a few signed copies of most of My Cowboy Series. This coming weekend, I'll be at the Annual Sheridan Maker's Market at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. I'm kind of hoping to get in on one more Christmas Craft show before Christmas, but we'll see.
As always, I hope you have a great week. I'll be back Friday with What Brooke Read: October!
Cooler temps are finally upon us. I'm excited for it because for the past several years we've gone from summer straight into winter. I love fall, the colors I'm hoping to take a ride up the mountain to capture this weekend maybe ... well, after my signing at Sheridan Stationery Books and Gifts this Saturday at 11 am and the husband and oldest get a deer.
The cooler temps mean I get to finally bundle up and just broke down to turn on the heat for the first time yesterday. I have the fifth book of the Powder River Pack done this past weekend and ended up adding an eighth book to the series. Now, I'm getting into another My Cowboy book while I impatiently wait for the new paperbacks of the first three books to get here today.
I hope you have a wonderful one.
Back to the Pack
My mind really needs to make up what it wants to work on. At least, that was my thought last week. This week, I have all new focus and a little over 26,000 words into a new story. Based on the title, it's a Powder River Pack book. The fifth one to be exact. I think I've spent the most time with Roper (who's book this is) in my head. Whenever I'm fishing, I'm thinking about him because that's a passion the both of us share. And now, I'm finally working on his story. Miles, of course, already has his book in rough draft form and will be coming in 2024.
In personal news, my husband filled his deer tag this past weekend and now it's my son's turn. Which he's hoping to fill this coming weekend.
I have a book signing coming up at Sheridan Stationery in Sheridan, WY on October 22nd and a craft fair the following weekend. If you're local enough, I'd love to see you!
If you noticed, last week, My Cowboy, Faith in My Cowboy, and Loved by My Cowboy all got new covers. I have them below too for you to admire. I loved the old ones, but these are more fitting to the stories as well as the series now.
Find them here.
That's all from me this week. As always, have a wonderful one.
Missing the Mountains
I'm having withdrawals from not having nearly enough mountain time this year. But then again, it never feels like I have enough time even when I'm up there all the time.
I hope October came in with the fall chill for you, but no snow yet. I want to actually enjoy fall weather before the snow inevitably comes blowing in.
Like always, I'm busying myself with book writing every week. It's more plotting this week though. I don't have much else to share right now, but I might have something later this week. You'll just have to wait and see.