I’m a little over halfway done with my new release blitz of the Brother’s of Belle Fourche novellas. Only one more to go. Today, Along A Tangled Path released. This one was such fun to write because it absolutely couldn’t be instalove. Do you know how hard it is to limit yourself to roughly 35,000…… Continue reading Along A Tangled Path
I’ve been so excited to jump into audio book production on some of my favorite series. So far, I’ve got the first 2 books of the Seven Brides of South Dakota in audio, and I’m proofing the the third one right now. Because sales of this book have been so good, I’ve also got the…… Continue reading Teach Me To Love is now on Audible
Laura Ashwood, fellow central(ish) Minnesota author, and I chatted for a bit about life, authoring in Minnesota, and living in the middle of nowhere! Stop over and see what we had to chat about. From the interview: Kari and I discovered that we only live a few hours apart, she lives in central Minnesota and…… Continue reading Authorview: Kari Trumbo
I work in an industry (probably not unlike many others) where it’s easy to get a case of compare-itis. So-and-so just won this award, and so-and-so just hit the bestseller list. It’s easy to forget why I sit here and pour my soul onto the page. I’ll be frank with you, I’m horrible with…… Continue reading Don’t just bloom where you’re planted, flourish
I love all things Black Hills. I wish I could live there. Perhaps when I retire (LOL) and leave this house to one of my children I can make that a reality. Tickets Going Fast! Wild Deadwood Reads Book Signing and Legendary Events Don’t Miss the Fun, Come With Me to Deadwood! Looking for the…… Continue reading See you in Deadwood!
Today is April 6th, 2018. Sunday would’ve marked my mother’s 63rd birthday. The 23rd will mark the one year date of her passing. Needless to say, April is a tough month. Add to it the fact that my spine decided now was as good a time as any to have a permanent flare and I’m…… Continue reading A month of releases
Sometimes, you just need a little something. A little bit of the Father here on Earth. He probably thinks of it as weakness of faith; maybe it is. I needed it, none the less. My world was rocked, not off its foundation, but like an old building built on stone, my walls crumbled when I…… Continue reading A God Nod