Janet went to the big city of Spokane for a few days to
Christmas shop, so I caught up on watching western movies. I pulled out Last
Stand at Saber River, a movie I watched once when it came out in 1997 on
Turner Cable Television. Turner and AMC have kept the classic western genre
alive over the years.
I had the pleasure of meeting Carmen Peone at a recent booksigning at And Books Too! in Clarkston, Washington. She's at the left of the picture, with author Paty Jeger in the center and myself to the right.
We also presented our books later that same day at a Cowgirl Rendezvous at Hell's Gate State Park and toured the decorated trailers of the gals of the Sisters On The Fly traveling group. Dinner and cowboy western music followed. Lots of fun.
Here's some blurbs on Carmen Peone's books . . . .
Recently I had the delight of meeting a couple regional
writers, Carmen Peone (far left) and Paty Jager (center) at a booksigning for And Books Too! in
Clarkston, Washington, the weekend of the Lewiston, Idaho rodeo. Paty mentioned
in her blog about how we also made our own mini writer's conference
as the three of us discussed everything from promoting to how we came up with