The Rancher's Daughter, book 3 of Daughter of the Wildings, is now available at a multitude of fine ebook retailers, and the paperback edition will be coming in a few weeks. This marks the halfway point of the Daughter of the Wildings series, which feels amazing because there was a time early last year/late in 2013 when I was genuinely afraid I might not be around long enough to start releasing the series. But prayers were answered and it turned out to not be anything serious, and so far, so good.
like all the books in the series, was lots of fun to write. It gets
more involved with the A'ayimat, the indigenous people of the Wildings,
who, yes, have blue-toned skin. It also introduces one of my favorite
supporting characters in the series, the wealthy rancher Brin Coltor. He
has an influence later on in the series, and even appears again. I've
been kind of nervous about this release; Beneath the Canyons has been very well received, and Bad Hunting
even more so, so I feel like I have a lot to live up to, and hope I
don't let down the readers who've enjoyed the first two books. I put my
very best into every book I release, and hope my readers will have as
much fun reading my books as I did writing them.
And so, on to book 4, To the Gap.
It involves a cattle drive, and required a lot more research than most
of my books do, and was also a lot of fun to write. I don't think it
needs as much work as the last book did, but then I think I say that
about every book. I'm aiming for a release in mid-summer; we'll see how
The Rancher's Daughter is available at the
following ebook retailers, and through Sunday, April 26, it's only 99
cents! (The regular price will be $3.99.) And to celebrate the release, Beneath the Canyons is also 99 cents, through Tuesday, April 28.
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