If you follow me on social media, then you’ve probably seen my short and sweet “about me” caption: “Lover of all thinks books, bikes, and bison.” I really couldn’t sum up myself in three better words.
I’ve been hard at work all week on this final installment, and can’t say enough how excited I am about where the story is taking me, and how the characters are handling their plot lines. It really is fun once you hit that stride, and your make believe comes to life and leads your where it needs to go, instead of the other way around.
I spent the past week in the interior of Big Bend Ranch State Park, trying to steer clear of the hurricane-like winds that tossed around quite a storm of dust and horse manure. Thankfully I was able to get outside for a bit of hiking and trail running, but for the most part, the bad weather kept me holed up inside.
Inspired by my own Christmas purchasing and shipping, as well as my final work these past few months in preparing The Peace Keeper for y’all, I wanted to share my list of reasons for why books make great Christmas presents (And New Year’s!). And if you are motivated after reading this, there is still plenty of time for your bookish holiday shopping!
Trey surprised many of us a few months ago with the news that he had written and was preparing to publish his first novel, The Scent of Redemption. I knew Trey from working in state parks as a kind, intelligent, and hard working guy. So when I found out he was another park ranger/author and a man writing in the romance genre, I had to know more!