Thursday, May 26, 2011

River Whispers Blog Tour Roundup - Thursday

The winner of Wednesday's giveaway is
Christina Dymock!!!

Only two more days.
If you've just stumbled on the roundup
you can catch up for the grand prize.
Check out the stops in the right sidebar and
leave your comments.

So, how did we end up riding drag? 
(Drag in this case means behind the cattle, not, you know.)




Not only are we eating dust, 
but there's also a chance of 
running into a bear.



Speak of the devil. 
Quick click over to
while I distract him. 
(Don't forget to leave a comment here and there.)

Now come join us by the campfire.




And listen to The Last Cowboy Song.



This clip reminds me of my father.
That's him in the picture below.
While he was growing up he spent
his summers herding cattle in 
Jackson Hole, Wyoming.



I guess that's why I set River Whispers
in the West.
It's in my blood.

Do you have cowboys in your family?



12 comments:

  1. Hi Kathi!

    Haven't been here in ages. Congrats on your new release.

    How have you been?

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  2. I like the way your blog is so eye-catching. Did you know my launch is on June 6th, right after your signing on the fourth. Cool huh. A lot of my friends have books coming out in June. It's an exciting month. Good time for contests, too.

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  3. Misha,
    I've been great. I'm so glad you stopped by. :) Saddle up and join the roundup with me. :)

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  4. Cindy,
    Congrats about your book. You're going to be soooo busy. Enjoy the journey!

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  5. Kathi,
    Love the moving flame! One day you are going to have to teach me how to do that!
    Thanks for the prize!

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  6. Christina,
    You're welcome! Thanks for leaving comments!!!

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  7. Hi. :)
    I'm thinking of signing up for a writers conference in Jackson Hole - never been there.

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  8. Michelle,
    I've had a friend go to a conference in Jackson. She seemed to enjoy it. And you can't beat the scenery. :)

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  9. My little bro is a cowboy. Which is odd because he was raised in California in urban sprawl. (= It was the FFA program at school that got him. Now he lives on a big ranch, trains horses, raises cattle and has been known to ride bulls in a rodeo. He's like a freak of nature! (= Love it.

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  10. Jo,
    Good for him!!! Sounds like a good freak of nature. :) My nephew rode the bulls for a while until he got injured. That's a tough way to make a living. Thanks for stopping by.

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  11. No cowboys in this family. We do have cowboy friends.

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  12. Taffy,
    Why do I think we're talking football? ;)

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