Monday, May 23, 2011

River Whispers Blog Tour Round Up - Monday.


Yeehaw!!!

Are you ready to go on River Whispers
blog tour roundup?
I'm giving away some fun prizes. 
All you have to do is 
become a follower of my blog,
leave a comment here,
and a comment on the review/interview blog,
AND 
you could win
this.
(Necklace with matching pierced earrings, a "Welcome to Our Ranch" plague and a cute little notepad.)
 
Okay now! 
Let's get ready for the virtual roundup.
Here's your hat.

A pair of riding chaps.


And some stylin' boots.

You're going to need a  horse.



Let's see if I can't find one 
that isn't going to roll over on you and buck.

While I'm looking, hop over to Of Writerly Things blog
and read the review for 
River Whispers.
(Don't forget to leave a comment.)

This is the horse I have for you.

Let's get in the mood for this adventure. 
Sit back and enjoy 
the wonderful scenery 
and theme song to  
The Big Country
one of my favorite Westerns.



What's your favorite Western movie?

14 comments:

  1. Interesting storyline. I think I'll pass on the horse, if the one that's rolling over is included. It'd be just my luck to be on its back when it decided to do that. =D

    Favorite western movie? I'm hoping my new favorite will be "Cowboys and Aliens". I don't know if I can only choose one. I love 'Silverado', 'Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid', 'She Wore a Yellow Ribbon', 'Sons of Katie Elder' ... to name a few.

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  2. Donna,
    I know what you mean about the horse. Oh the stories I could tell you.

    I'm hopeful about the new western too. Cowboys and Aliens, who would have thought. :)

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  3. LOVE your blog tours! You have great ideas and put a TON of work into them.

    Favorite western? Does The Quiet Man count? Maverick?

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  4. I don't really have a favorite western, but I do love books. I love all of the Louis L'More books. He is amazing.

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  5. Taffy,
    I'm glad you like my tours.

    Yes, The Quiet Man counts. I loved that flick. And Maverick was a classic with James Garner as the dad.

    Thanks for stopping by.

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  6. Patty Ann,
    Books work especially from Louis L'Amour. Thanks for stopping by.

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  7. my favorite western is the TV show Dr. Quinn.

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  8. Elizabeth,
    I loved Dr. Quinn. Thanks for reminding me. :)

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  9. I was going to say the "Trinity" series from when I was a girl, but then others reminded me of Maverick and Dr. Quinn (every girl needs a Sully!) Bringing back the memories...

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  10. Randi,
    Sully was to die for. I wonder whatever happened to him. He must have taken Dr. Quinn and rode off in the sunset together. :)

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  11. I hope your tour is going great!!!

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  12. Terri,
    It's getting better every day. Thanks for stopping by. I hope you join in the fun. :)

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  13. I have a friend writing a western themed book for YA - she's worried the market isn't there. Do you think there is a turn back in that direction?

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  14. Christina,
    The market is very hard to predict. I would say to your friend write what's in your heart because if you try to write what the market is looking for by the time you finish the book it could change. Always best to follow your heart and what you know best. :)

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