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bronc 2dThe sight of a cowboy in a pair of dusty boots with his hat settled just so on his head never fails to make me smile.

My appreciation of cowboys and the western way of life came naturally, growing up as a horse-crazy girl on our farm in Eastern Oregon.

The fact my oldest brother spent weeks (and sometimes) months at a time working on remote ranches next door to the edge of nowhere only added to my fascination. He’d arrive home full of exciting tales of daring that made me sit up and take notice. Sometimes, he brought along a fellow cowpoke in need of a home-cooked meal and a few days of rest before they headed back to boonies.

As a little girl, I’d listen to them talk about a way of life that seemed to be all but disappearing. They always smelled like leather and horses and sunshine – a scent I still love to this day.

When I began writing sweet romances, it was a natural fit for me to make most of my heroes cowboys. Some of my stories take place in historical settings, others are modern day, but the common thread is that the men live by an unspoken code of honor I always associate with cowboys. With those boots and hats, it can be a lethal combination to the hearts of unsuspecting women.

Tate graphicIn The Christmas Cowboy and Wrestlin’ Christmas, the first two books in the Rodeo Romance series, neither heroine wants to fall for a cowboy.

The Christmas Cowboy

Here’s an excerpt from The Christmas Cowboy

Quickly jumping off the fence, Tate jogged toward the stands. Kenzie looked around, getting her bearings, as he hustled up the steps and squatted down beside her.

“Dewdrop, I didn’t think you’d be able to make it.” He took her hand in his and squeezed her fingers. The warmth in her eyes as she gazed at him made his heartbeat kick into overdrive. Maybe she cared about him more than she wanted to admit.

The jubilant smile on his face made her glad she raced through her presentation, ran through the hotel as if the building was aflame, and pleaded with the taxi driver to put some hustle in it so she’d arrive at the rodeo on time.

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And an excerpt from Wrestlin’ Christmas

Tall and brawny, Cort McGraw happened to be one of the most handsome men she’d ever seen. From his silvery-gray eyes rimmed with black eyelashes to the dimple in his all-too-attractive chin, she wished Kenzie had given her some warning. If she’d known what he looked like, that he was so young, rugged, and hunky, she would have told Tate not to bother sending Cort to her place.

Mercy, he smelled good, too. Even now, his manly, musky fragrance filled her senses. Annoyed with herself for savoring his heady scent, she brushed at her nose, hoping to chase away the lingering aroma of his aftershave.

Where to Find The Books

The Christmas CowboyStart the Rodeo Romance Series with The Christmas Cowboy.

Kindle | Paperback | Barnes & Noble | Smashwords | Apple | Audible

Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund®

NoJCCF logow through Dec. 24, I’ll donate 10 percent of the net proceeds from all book sales to the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund. The JCCF is a non-profit organization that assists rodeo athletes who’ve sustained catastrophic injuries and are unable to work for an extended period.

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I thought it might be fun to share in interview with two hunky, sweet rodeo cowboys from my Rodeo Romance series today.

kellan lutzKellan Lutz – my idea of a perfect Tate Morgan.

 Tate Morgan is a saddle bronc rider out to claim a championship title and the girl he loves in The Christmas Cowboy, the first book in the series.

Colin Wayne with shirtColin Wayne – the perfect Cort McGraw

Wrestlin’ Christmas, the second installment, shares Cort McGraw’s story as a sidelined steer wrestler who falls for a widow down on her luck.

Welcome to you both. Tell us a little about you.

Tate: I live on the ranch that my grandfather started back in the early 1900s. We’re about thirty miles from Kennewick, Washington, where we primarily raise beef cattle, wheat, and hay.

Cort: I used to live near Boise, Idaho, until my sister shanghaied me and dumped me at Tate’s door. Now, I’m working on a ranch about fifteen minutes away from the Morgan place.

What happened with your rodeo career?

Cort: In April, I did a number on my knee when I jumped off my horse to wrestle a steer at a rodeo. I knew the moment I hit the ground I wasn’t walking out of the arena. The doctors have all assured me I either stop competing or cripple myself for life. Since I like the ability to walk, I guess my rodeo career is effectively over.

Tate: It isn’t the end of the world, man. You never know what great thing is waiting just around the corner.

Are you always so optimistic, Tate?

Tate: (Shrugs) Usually. Might as well think positive. It can’t hurt anything.

Cort: (Rolls his eyes) He should add that he’s super annoying to his friends with that can-do attitude.

What’s your favorite holiday tradition?

Cort: Eating. (Chuckles and rubs a hand over his flat stomach). I do enjoy all the treats that seem to accompany the holiday season, but I think Christmas Eve is my favorite part of the holiday. My family goes to church, then we sit around a crackling fire and visit before my Dad reads to us. It’s just a nice time to connect and unwind with the people I care about most.

Tate: I agree with Cort on all accounts. It’s the time spent connecting with those we love that make the holiday special – and the treats. I never turn down a good holiday cookie.

Cort: Or cake, or pie. Or…

(Tate playfully slugs his arm)

You’ve both sustained major injuries competing in rodeo. Can you tell us a little about the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund?

Tate: It’s an amazing organization that steps in to help injured rodeo athletes when they’ll be out of work for while and are facing financial hardship.

Cort: Both of us were fortunate not to require assistance, but the JCCF is a lifesaver for some rodeo families.

Thank you both for joining us. Any parting words for our readers?

Tate: If you enjoy, sweet western romances, I hope you’ll consider reading our stories in The Christmas Cowboy and Wrestlin Christmas.

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The Christmas Cowboy

It was a trip to Las Vegas for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo that inspired me to write The Christmas Cowboy, book one in the Rodeo Romance series.

Wrestlin' Christmas Cover

A second trip resulted in the recently released Wrestlin’ Christmas, the second installment in the series.

It’s quite likely if I make another trip to Las Vegas, the result will be a frenzied return home to start writing book three in the series.

Captain Cavedweller and I don’t like to gamble. We aren’t into the whole stay up and party all night scene. We’ve never even gone to one of the fabulous shows everyone raves about (next time!).

But there are plenty of reasons we love going to Las Vegas while the rodeo is in town:

 

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~ The Wrangler National Finals Rodeo

Is unlike any other rodeo you’ll see.

Go.

Just once.

You won’t regret it. Fast-paced and action-packed doesn’t even begin to describe it. You can find all the details about purchasing tickets on their website at nfrexperience.com You’ll also find a host of resources here like free shuttle schedules, event calendars, and so much more.

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~ Vendor Shows

Abound in Las Vegas during the rodeo and they are FREE! Whether you’re a window shopper or a serious buyer, you won’t run out of opportunities to purchase unique and interesting items.

The Cowboy Christmas Gift Show is the original NFR show and is held at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The granddaddy of vendor shows in town that week features more than 400 vendors offering products such as jewelry, western wear, boots and spurs, furniture, original art, crafts and Official Wrangler NFR and PRCA merchandise. I’ll be there Dec. 10 from 2:30-3:30 p.m. and again Dec. 12 from 11 a.m. to noon doing book signings. Stop by the PRCA booth and say hello! Remember, all book sales now through Christmas Eve help benefit the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund.

While you’re at the Convention Center, be sure to attend Cowboy Fan Fest. In the arena, you can take in Miss Rodeo America Horsemanship, Ranch Sorting, Mini Bucking Bulls, Colt Dummy Bunking, and Horsemanship Demonstrations. On stage, don’t miss Outside the Barrel with Flint Rasmussen, Rodeo Live Unplugged featuring top country singers, The Newly Wed Game featuring the stars of rodeo, and RFD-TV’s Live Studio Broadcast featuring NFR contestant interviews, sponsor interviews, and the Cowboy Shopping Network.

New this year, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Hunter Christmas Exposition at the Las Vegas Convention Center is planned adjacent to The Cowboy Christmas Gift Show. For the hunters on your shopping list, this is a must-visit event.

Other Vendor Shows include:

NRS Shopping Experience at MGM Grand

Roper Cowboy Marketplace Gift Show at Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino

Stetson Country Christmas at Sands Expo

South Point Western Gift Show at South Point. There is also a western art show with an auction at South Point.

 

 

~ Holiday Decorations

Glitter and sparkle throughout town. Some of our favorite places to take in the holiday fun (all free to see) include:

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The Bellagio fountains outside shooting water into the air to Christmas tunes makes it hard not to catch a little of the holiday spirit. Make sure you go inside The Bellagio to the conservatory where people more talented than I can imagine turn florals and fauna into holiday masterpieces.

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Past decorations have included fresh poinsettias, flying reindeer made of whole pecans, a life-sized snow globe, and a polar bear family created with white carnations. Also, pop down the hall from the conservatory to the Jean Philippe Patisserie just to watch the chocolate fountain.

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The Venetian offers some of the most spectacular holiday decorations. Think two-story high Christmas-scapes that take your breath away. The past two years, they’ve put on Winter in Venice – complete with a nightly parade. Don’t miss it! It’s definitely worth seeing and absolutely free! While you’re at The Venetian, venture into the Grand Canal Shoppes. The architecture alone is worth a visit, but cobblestone walkways and illuminated painted sky ceilings centered along a quarter-mile-long Grand Canal and gondola ride make this a must-see. Last year, my mother-in-law and I were strolling through it, taking in the sites when we stopped to admire a marble statute (or so we thought). Then the statue blinked and we both freaked out a little. So we left the man a few dollars and walked a little ways off to watch him scare another unsuspecting visitor half to death.

Caeser’s Palace shines with a holiday glow. While you’re there, venture over to the Forum Shops and take in the free Fall of Atlantis animatronic show.

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Ethel M Chocolates is a ways off the strip, but offers a free tour of their candy facility. Outside, visitors can take a self-guided tour with one of the one of the world’s largest collections of cactus interspersed with holiday decorations

Sam’s Town Mystic Falls Park creates a winter wonderland set to holiday tunes.

The Fashion Show Mall has some incredible decorations not to mention top-notch stores.

Magical Forest at Opportunity Village is a Las Vegas tradition. Although this event isn’t free, it does offer hundreds of dazzling trees and a gingerbread display.

 

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Easton Corbin

~ Country music to my ears 

There are any number of free and ticketed concerts taking place during the ten days of the rodeo.

Free Concerts

The Mirage offers a great after-the-rodeo-party opportunity to listen to some big names in country music for free! Some of the performers already scheduled include Easton Corbin (one of my favs), Randy Houser, Jon Pardi, and Craig Campbell.

The MGM Grand has a variety of performances planned with great country stars.

South Point has free entertainment after the rodeo and the Go-Round Buckle Presentations with performers like Aaron Watson.

Gary Leffew’s Legendary Buck ‘N Ball at Gold Coast offers free entertainment nightly beginning at 9 p.m. You can even take free line-dancing lessons if you’re so inclined.

Freemont Street celebrates the 28th annual The Downtown Hoedown Dec. 3. If you get into town a little early, you can enjoy a day of free concerts from Thomas Rhett, Confederate Railroad, The Cadillac Three, American Young, RaeLynn and Old Dominion.

Ticketed Concerts

There are an abundance of Country Stars in town for the rodeo. Check LasVegas.com for more concert listings and ticket details. Here are just a few of the concerts you can purchase tickets to attend:

Lady Antebellum at Downtown Las Vegas Events Center with David Nail and Maddie & Tae

Shania Twain at Caesar’s Palace

Charlie Daniels Band at The Orleans

Merle Haggard, Sara Evans, Hank Williams Jr., Alabama, and Travis Tritt at the Golden Nugget

Gary Allen at the House of Blues

Big & Rich at the Brooklyn Bowl

Rodney Carrington at the MGM Grand

John Michael Montgomery, Sammy Kershaw, and Lee Greenwood at the Westgate Las Vegas

 

 

~ Other Attractions and Events

You might want to take in :

Freemont Street Light Show The Viva Vision video screen is 1,500 feet long, 90 feet wide and suspended 90 feet above Fremont Street.

Mirage Volcano booms to life at 6 p.m. each evening.

27th Annual Pro Rodeo League of Women Style Show and Luncheon takes place at South Point Dec. 11. Tickets are $40. Each year more than 1,000 women and a few brave men gather for a fun afternoon of fashion, food and prizes! The latest fashions by Wrangler and Rock and Roll Cowgirl are modeled by Wrangler NFR Contestants and wives of competitors. The event raises funds for the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund.

Autograph Sessions with your favorite rodeo stars will take place throughout the rodeo. You can find them at the vendor shows and sponsoring hotels. Check nfrexperience.com for details.

 

If you only pick up one thing when you arrive in town, make sure you grab a free copy of NFR Experience Fan Guide. They’re available everywhere and offer a comprehensive list of where to go, what to do, and who to see.

And here’s a good resource for up-to-date event schedules, entertainment and freebies!

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hugLast week was one wild, crazy, exciting, unbelievably wonderful ride for this girl.

For those of you who missed being bombarded with all my news (Sorry! – Did I mention I was excited?), the following went on last week:

* I kicked off the promotion I’m doing through Christmas Eve with the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund.

* I took my promotion and my two latest books on a virtual book tour with more than 50 bloggers.

* I released The Christmas Calamity, Book 3 in the Hardman Holidays series.

* I ran a free promotion with The Christmas Bargain, Book 1 in the Hardman Holidays series.

* I hosted a Facebook Party to celebrate all the above and had the most wonderful time with such amazing people. I was astounded by how many people jumped into the fun and so thankful to the eight guest authors who contributed both time and prizes to the party! You all are ROCK STARS!

* I made a flying trip to Redmond, Oregon, where Women Writing the West will hold the 2015 Conference in October of next year. I’m co-chairing the conference and we needed to meet before the snow flew (which it did, hours after I arrived back home).

Due to all the excitement and (admittedly) anxiety, I’ve been running on about half the amount of sleep I require to function with any degree of normalcy and have yet to calm down enough to really relax.

But the one thing  – the thing that makes me feel weepy with gratitude – has been the generous outpouring of support for my efforts from both strangers and friends. You came to the party, you purchased my books, you shared my promotion and information on through your social media outlets and by telling your friends, you hosted me on your blogs without knowing a thing about me, you posted the most wonderful reviews that make me teary eyed, and you’ve made me feel so appreciated and loved.

If you want to know what happiness looks like for me today, it’s a big, smooshy heart full of love and gratitude to you all.

Thank you more than words can say…

Thank you for Promo help

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Shanna-Hatfield-Nov-Blog-TourSince a big part of this week’s blog tour is to promote the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund, I thought I’d share a little today about how I came to be  involved with them and  the  Rodeo Romance series.

Last year, as I wrote The Christmas Cowboy, the first book in the Rodeo Romance series, I found myself questioning how much medical care an injured cowboy would receive at a rodeo versus going to the hospital.

In the story, the hero is a saddle bronc rider named Tate who sustains an injury at a rodeo. In an attempt to get my facts straight for the story, I reached out to the Justin Sportsmedicine Team®. Through mobile medical centers, they provide care at more than 125 PRCA rodeos annually. Their response to my questions was extremely helpful and I was so impressed with them, I wanted to do a little something in return.

The Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund provides assistance to professional rodeo athletes who’ve been seriously injured and may be out of work for an extended period of time. Information about JCCF is included at the back of The Christmas Cowboy with a link to their website, but I wanted to do more than just mention the fund in my book. So last year I launched a campaign to donate a portion of my book sales to the JCCF during the month of December.

This year, I hope to make an even bigger contribution, so I started the campaign a month earlier. Now through December 24, I will donate 10 percent of my net proceeds from every book sold to the JCCF. It’s my way of giving back to a sport I love watching and to an organization that truly fills a huge gap.

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The blog tour is all about getting the word out about JCCF and the promotion. If you haven’t shared the information with a friend, why not do it today? You’d be helping out a very worthwhile cause.

As it happens, I became quite smitten with the characters in The Christmas Cowboy and decided to make it the first of many books in the Rodeo Romance series.

 

Wrestlin' Christmas CoverThe second book, Wrestlin’ Christmas, is about Tate’s best friend, Cort McGraw, a steer wrestler who sustains a life-changing injury during a rodeo that leaves him sidelined.

The book trailer just came out yesterday, so I thought it would be loads of fun to share it with you today! It mentions the JCCF at the end of the trailer.

 

And here’s a little excerpt from the book:

Tate Morgan called the previous afternoon and said he knew someone experienced willing to work for what she could pay. Unable to believe her good fortune, she expected a grizzled old ranch hand in his retirement years, not a good-looking giant of a man in his prime.

Tall and brawny, Cort McGraw happened to be one of the most handsome men she’d ever seen. From his silvery-gray eyes rimmed with black eyelashes to the dimple in his all-too-attractive chin, she wished Kenzie had given her some warning. If she’d known what he looked like, that he was so young, rugged, and hunky, she would have told Tate not to bother sending Cort to her place.

Mercy, he smelled good, too. Even now, his manly, musky fragrance filled her senses. Annoyed with herself for savoring his heady scent, she brushed at her nose, hoping to chase away the lingering aroma of his aftershave.

You can find Wrestlin’ Christmas and my other books on:

Amazon | Amazon UK | Barnes & Noble | Smashwords | Apple | Audible

Look for them on  goodreads badge

And browse through the exciting book boards on Pinterest_Logo (everything from hunky cowboys to recipes and craft projects included in the stories!)

Remember, every book purchased (digital or paperback – and they make great gifts!) now through Christmas Eve helps an injured rodeo athlete!

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Welcome to the

Cowboys & Christmas

Blog Tour!

A kickoff of two new holiday romances by Shanna Hatfield

and a fundraiser for the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund

Join in the fun!

Talk about an exciting week!

First, I want to thank  all the fabulous bloggers listed below who have so kindly agreed to host me this week during my Cowboys and Christmas Blog Tour. They are all so awesome!

Here’s the lowdown on what’s happening this week:

Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund®

NoJCCF logow through Dec. 24, I’ll donate 10 percent of the net proceeds from all book sales to the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund. The JCCF is a non-profit organization that assists rodeo athletes who’ve sustained catastrophic injuries and are unable to work for an extended period. I first learned about them when I was researching details for The Christmas Cowboy. Because they were so great to work with, I wanted to give a little something back. This is my second year to donate to JCCF.

Debuts and Freebies

The Christmas Calamity CoverThe third book in the Hardman Holidays sweet Victorian romance series releases Thursday, Nov. 13!

The Christmas Calamity takes readers back to Hardman just in time for the holiday season. Preorders are available now for just $1.99 on Kindle. You can reserve your copy here: http://amzn.com/B00OGOO994

Arlan Guthry hasn’t got a chance once Alex the Amazing rolls into town…

Dependable and solid, Arlan Guthry relishes his orderly life as a banker’s assistant in the small town of Hardman, Oregon. He has good friends, a great job, and the possibility of marriage to the town’s schoolteacher. His uncluttered world tilts off kilter when the beautiful and enigmatic prestidigitator Alexandra Janowski arrives in town, spinning magic and trouble in her wake as the holiday season approaches.

christmas bargain coverIn addition, the first book in the Hardman Holidays series, The Christmas Bargain, is available for free Kindle downloads Nov. 11 through Nov. 15! If you haven’t read it yet, get your copy and make sure to tell your friends!

Facebook-Party-Guest-Schedule

You’re Invited to PARTY!

You’re invited to join in the online Cowboys & Christmas Facebook Party today, Thursday, Nov. 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (PST). Drop in anytime during those four hours to enter to win great prizes, chat with guest authors, and more! Here’s the link to the party: http://tinyurl.com/cowboychristmasparty

Prize BasketEnter to Win Prizes!

To enter the drawing for an Amazon gift card, autographed books, chocolates, original western artwork, and more fun goodies, fill out this form.

http://tinyurl.com/cowboychristmasprizes 

You can enter every time you visit one of the blogs listed below! There’s some fun prizes up for grabs!

BLOG TOUR

You’re warmly invited to stop by each of these blogs!

Shanna-Hatfield-Nov-Blog-Tour

Welcome to the

Cowboys & Christmas

Blog Tour!

A kickoff of two new holiday romances by Shanna Hatfield

and a fundraiser for the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund

Join in the fun!

Talk about an exciting week!

First, I want to thank  all the fabulous bloggers listed below who have so kindly agreed to host me this week during my Cowboys and Christmas Blog Tour. They are all so awesome!

Here’s the lowdown on what’s happening this week:

Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund®

NoJCCF logow through Dec. 24, I’ll donate 10 percent of the net proceeds from all book sales to the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund. The JCCF is a non-profit organization that assists rodeo athletes who’ve sustained catastrophic injuries and are unable to work for an extended period. I first learned about them when I was researching details for The Christmas Cowboy. Because they were so great to work with, I wanted to give a little something back. This is my second year to donate to JCCF.

Debuts and Freebies

The Christmas Calamity CoverThe third book in the Hardman Holidays sweet Victorian romance series releases Thursday, Nov. 13!

The Christmas Calamity takes readers back to Hardman just in time for the holiday season. Preorders are available now for just $1.99 on Kindle. You can reserve your copy here: http://amzn.com/B00OGOO994

Arlan Guthry hasn’t got a chance once Alex the Amazing rolls into town…

Dependable and solid, Arlan Guthry relishes his orderly life as a banker’s assistant in the small town of Hardman, Oregon. He has good friends, a great job, and the possibility of marriage to the town’s schoolteacher. His uncluttered world tilts off kilter when the beautiful and enigmatic prestidigitator Alexandra Janowski arrives in town, spinning magic and trouble in her wake as the holiday season approaches.

christmas bargain coverIn addition, the first book in the Hardman Holidays series, The Christmas Bargain, is available for free Kindle downloads Nov. 11 through Nov. 15!

Facebook-Party-Guest-Schedule

You’re Invited to PARTY!

You’re invited to join in the online Cowboys & Christmas Facebook Party today, Thursday, Nov. 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (PST). Drop in anytime during those four hours to enter to win great prizes, chat with guest authors, and more! Here’s the link to the party: http://tinyurl.com/cowboychristmasparty

Prize BasketEnter to Win Prizes!

To enter the drawing for an Amazon gift card, autographed books, chocolates, original western artwork, and more fun goodies, fill out this form.

http://tinyurl.com/cowboychristmasprizes 

You can enter every time you visit one of the blogs listed below! There’s some fun prizes up for grabs!

BLOG TOUR

You’re warmly invited to stop by each of these blogs!

November 10

Sweet Romance Reads

Indie Authors You Want to Read

Babs Book Bistro

Kayla Dawn Thomas

Em and M Books

Mary E. Trimble

Clean Romance Reviews

 M.S. Spencer Tail Spinner

Faith Blum

Books and Banter

Susan Horsnell

Carmen Peone

Books are Sanity

Peggy McAloon

Franky A. Brown

Heartfelt Stories of the Old West

Lets Talk Books

Prairie Dust Trail

Bookworm Nation

Talking in the Barn

Rachel John Reviews

November 11

 RomCon

Keely Brooke Keith

Rebekah Lyn Books

Peering Through Life’s Window

Boom Baby Reviews

Kathleen Ball Romance

Just Contemporary Romance

Clean Reads Please

November 12

Cynthia Meyers-Hanson

Rachel Rossano’s Words

 Magdalena Scott

Books by Lyn Cote

Writing Dreams

Devika Fernando

Book Reviews and More by Kathy

Becky on Books

Storeybook Reviews

ABC: Author Book Chat

Heidi M. Thomas

Melanie D. Snitker

Tianna Holley

 

November 13

Kristy McCaffrey

Reading by the Book

A Passion for Romance

Annie Douglass Lima

Mari Anne Christie

Tammy Hinton

Marianne Sciucco

Release Day Blitz through Book Partners in Crime

  1. Nicole Smith
  2. Uniquec’s Book Blog
  3. Readers Heaven
  4. Padme’s Library
  5. Books, Photos & a little bit of everything else
  6. Girl with Pen
  7. LBM Book Blog
  8. Marie’s Cozy Corner
  9. SBM Book Obsession
  10. A Closet Full of Books
  11. Geri Slavinsky
  12. undercover book reviews
  13. Words Turn Me On
  14. Book Groupies
  15. author sandra love
  16. Em & M Books
  17. Book Nook Nuts
  18. 2 Girls a Book & a Glass of Wine
  19. Page By Page Inside-Out Reviews & Promotion
  20. girlygirlbookreviews
  21. Just Booked
  22. Brooke Blogs

November 14

Dishin’ It Out

Margaret Daley

So Many Books, So Little Time

November 18

The Balanced Writer

November 20

  A Closet Full of Books

Blue Rose Romance

Where to Find The Books

The Christmas Cowboy

  Start the Rodeo Romance Series with The Christmas Cowboy.

Kindle | Paperback | Barnes & Noble | Smashwords | Apple | Audible

christmas bargain coverTravel back to a time of grandeur in the old west with the Hardman Holidays series.

Kindle  | Amazon

 And for those of you who don’t know me…

About Shanna Hatfield

Shanna Hatfield 2A hopeless romantic with a bit of sarcasm thrown in for good measure, Shanna Hatfield is a bestselling author of sweet romantic fiction written with a healthy dose of humor. In addition to blogging and eating too much chocolate, she is completely smitten with her husband, lovingly known as Captain Cavedweller.

Shanna creates character-driven romances with realistic heroes and heroines. Her historical westerns have been described as “reminiscent of the era captured by Bonanza and The Virginian” while her contemporary works have been called “laugh-out-loud funny, and a little heart-pumping sexy without being explicit in any way.”

She is a member of Western Writers of America, Women Writing the West, and Romance Writers of America.

Find Shanna’s books at:

Amazon | Amazon UK | Barnes & Noble | Smashwords | Apple

Shanna loves to hear from readers! Follow her online:

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