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Welcome to stop #26.
I’m so excited to introduce to you Ruth Logan Herne!
If you don’t already know Ruthy, I’m sure you’ll enjoy getting to know her.
There’s something perfect about books, cooler weather and fall in upstate New York! Especially with salesgirls like this one, right?
With changing leaves comes cozy fires, slipper socks and early sunsets.
Summer is crazy busy here on the farm. We grow vegetables and have a lovely flock of chickens and two dogs and three cats for mousing and 14 grandchildren who pop in on a regular basis. Not much reading gets done in the summer, so when autumn comes calling with her pretty paintbrush of color… I get more reading, writing and baking time: Perfect!
I love making food. I love eating, too, but I really love cooking and baking. I don’t know why this is, but my family is grateful and the genetic thread for cooking and baking didn’t get passed down to all my children, and that’s a curious thing in itself. Now that I’m writing all the time, though… well, let’s just say there are more sandwiches on the menu!
Pumpkin muffins!!! So good!
My characters either cook or don’t cook. Some are crafty, some are klutzy. Some carry guns… most don’t. Some love the crazy of kids and animals, and others shy away. It’s so much fun to create these fictional worlds, to see the characters come alive and then to guide them along their way. I love happy endings. Life is chock full of the other kind, thank you very much, so a happy ending is a wonderful thing to me! And romance…
OH BE STILL MY HEART.
I know it’s fiction, but I love, love, love a good romance. My Western cowboy series began with great emotion, a drop-dead-gorgeous handgun-carrying Latina house manager… who just happens to be a former Seattle detective. And she’s up against the quintessential prodigal, the son who stormed away, kicking the dust of his father’s super-successful ranch from his heading-to-the-city heels. But God’s timing intervenes and now that Colt is back home, things are changing at the Double S. And change isn’t always easy, is it?
Three sons, three broken hearts and wounded spirits, and now we’ve got Nick’s story to tell. And sometimes being the good son— the one who stayed home— is the hardest job of all. Trying to do everything right, all the time, can be self-defeating, and when the time comes to pick up the pieces, well… Sometimes even the best of cowboys needs a chance to be Home on the Range…