Sunday, November 20, 2011

Chicken Dinner: Cowpunching & Christmas Books

Ever want to know just how little boys and girls learn to be cowpunchers? Richard Prosch invited me to submit an article for his My Personal West section of Meridian Bridge, his website. I took a look and wow, there are some really talented authors there! So I took the plunge and he published my article this week. My Personal West: Jacquie Rogers is where you, too, can be a cowpuncher. If you have rocks for brains. Thanks, Richard, and thanks to all who visited over the last few days.

And while you're at Meridian Bridge, take a look around, then hop over to Amazon and buy Richard Prosch's Devils Nest.

There's a new kid on the western blog block: Ginger Simpson created Cowboy Kisses, obviously for western historical romance. I know she'd love for you to visit.

Enter to Win a Book Every Day This Week!

This next week is Christmas Week at Romancing The West. Each day, the featured author is giving away a book, so comment to win.

Plus, next Sunday's Chicken Dinner will have the Grand Prize Winner--six free books and a $10 Amazon gift certificate. All commenters this week are entered, so be sure to leave your email address with your comment.

We have a terrific lineup for you!

Monday: A Warrior for Christmas and Somewhere the Bells Ring by Beth Trissel
Tuesday: Gifts from the Afterlife by Sara J. McNeal
Wednesday: A Dream to Share by Markee Anderson
Thursday: Feliz Navidad by Kit Prate
Friday: (TBA) by Cheryl Pierson
Saturday: Faery Merry Christmas by Jacquie Rogers
Sunday: Chicken Dinner! Yes, one commenter will win a book from each author AND a $10 Amazon gift certificate

Love Christmas stories?
Markee Anderson listed a bunch of 'em at her Christmas page.


  1. What an exciting list of events, Jacquie. And the prizes are amazing. I'm looking forward to it.

  2. Thank you SO much, Jacquie!!! I truly appreciate this, as do all the authors on the Christmas bookshelf. You're a gem!! Thanks!

  3. Sarah, it will be a fun week, and thanks for helping it be that way. :)

  4. Markee, I love, love, love having a list of Christmas books handy so I can just go down the list and choose. Great idea! And thanks for joining us this week.

  5. Super blog, Jacquie. I love it, and I'll be here with bells on tomorrow. thanks!


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