Wagon Train Sisters is available now. A friend who edits my books says she likes Sisters even more than Wagon Train Cinderella. Well, we’ll see. 😉 Is anyone from Placerville, California? I’m asking because part of Sisters takes place there, and I did a lot of research to get everything right. Back then they called it “Hangtown.” No wonder they changed the name! I hope you’ll enjoy Wagon Train Sisters and can take the time to give it a review–honest, of course!
I’ve just discovered a Thunderclap is a really neat way to publicize a book launch or any kind of special event. Today I started a Thunderclap for Wagon Train Sisters, my new historical romance which will be released on July 19th. If you have an account on Facebook, Twitter or Tumbler, I’d much appreciate your support.
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Wagon Train Sisters
WAGON TRAIN SISTERS, the second in my Women of the West series will be released July 19th. As in Wagon Train Cinderella, I did a whole lot of research for this book and have a couple of shelves full of books to show for it. In my writing career, I’ve switched genres a few times, from but the Old West, is where I’ll stay. There’s so much to write about, particularly the California Gold Rush, that I’ll never run out of plots!
Life in a gold mining town high in the Sierra Nevada Mountains is fascinating. People came from literally all over the world to make their fortune, and that makes for interesting characters indeed. The plot and in my books are fictional, but many incidents are real, as well as descriptions of life in a mining town.
WAGON TRAIN SISTERS is available for pre-sale now, and I hope you’ll take a look.
Would you like to review Wagon Train Sisters? It won’t be released until July 19th, but it’s available for review on Netgalley