Hattie’s past need not hold her back, not from him and not from God. CLICK TO TWEET I’m so excited about this release. Not only can I share my love of a great Old West town, but I get to honor two of my good friends who have overcome addiction. In Kisses in Keystone, Hattie…… Continue reading New Release Kisses in Keystone
I’ve just hit the 30% mark on Love in Lead, my May release. If you’ve been following along, I had A Ruby Glows release in January, Dreams in Deadwood in February, Kisses in Keystone is ready for release Feb. 25 (ahead of schedule). April’s release, An Ivy Tangles (Cutter’s Creek novel) is with my editor…… Continue reading Progress and Developments
I’m giving away books everyday this month to celebrate the release of Dreams in Deadwood. Today we are playing a fun game of spot the difference! If you find it, click on over to http://www.facebook.com/karitrumboauthor and post “got it” in the comments to enter. Winner, drawn at random, will win a copy of the Karen…… Continue reading Fun Little Game
We are continuing our month long party on my author page and today I’m looking for your thoughts on my cover for the new book. I simply love how this conveys not only the romance, but the struggle these two face. I’m so excited to share this book with you. Within the next few weeks,…… Continue reading Dreams in Deadwood
Today, I’m giving away books from Lena Goldfinch and Karen Witemeyer! To enter to win, we’re talking about historical markers. They are all over the US, but do you live near one? Answer there, not here, for a chance to win! FACEBOOK ENTRY
As I promised, the first day of book giveaways started this morning. Be sure you don’t miss a single day! What a better way to spend the month of Valentines, than to celebrate romance! Here is the link to the post on Facebook. You have to answer the post to be entered, so comment…… Continue reading The February Giveaways Have Begun!
I’m pretty sure my lovely editor wanted to reach through the computer screen and strangle me. In October, I had her look at the first book I ever published, To Honor and Cherish, the one I was so proud of. I’d submitted it to various agents and done an obscene amount of rewrites on…to find…… Continue reading The Eyes Have It