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1 Day: Sweet Silk by Megan Mitcham

Kroan, a warrior turned merchant ship owner and captain, is the first Viking I’ve ever written. Whew! I have to say, I’ve been missing out! Thick, bare chests strapped with leather and a battle axe. I mean, what have I been waiting for? Here’s a snippet from my contribution to Conquests, Sweet Silk. The Persian Empire, the North African coast, 820 AD **** “PARDON, MY LADY. I am in need of silk, and I’m told you have the finest in…

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They Don’t Have Swords…But They Have Swords!

Hey Gang, Some of you may not know who I am. So let’s remedy that tout de suite. I’m Megan Mitcham, a Mississippi girl, living in Arkansas via South Carolina. (I get around. Oh, I mean, move around.) I’m a former school teacher who loves all things outdoors. You name it, I’ve probably tried it at least once. I also write sizzling suspense and window steaming erotic romance. The Base Branch Series Serve in the name of honor. Battle in the name…

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It’s Not Cowboys, but it’s Hot and There’s a Giveaway!

It’s a great problem to have… Deranged Doctor Designs sent me two cover options for Enemy Mine – Book 1 in the Base Branch Novel Series. (What’s a Base Branch? Think Spec Ops for the United Nations.) I can’t decided which I love more. There’s also an Amazon Gift Card Giveaway involved! So, will you help me? Hop on over to my blog to vote! One to whet your appetite! All the best, — Megan Mitcham Sizzling Suspense Base Branch Novels: Enemy Mine,…

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Forget Him Not

Wait! We’re not finished yet! What cowboy culture blog series is complete without taking a gander at the man that makes the cowboy? None. You may think this is a cheat post, but bear with me. Hop on over to my Cowboy Heat page on Pinterest and take a gander at the ever endearing, enticing, enthralling cowboy! I hope it brightens your Friday!

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Wild West

Well kids, we’ve talked about the cowboy’s horse, art, music and food. What’s left? The land! The Wild West! cc – Randy Pertiet Here is an interesting article written by J. Wisniewski and Kevin Nakamura about five myths of the Wild West. And here are a few eye-candy pictures of the landscape. Enjoy! cc – Phil Constantine cc – Frank Kovalchek cc – Ron Reiring

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Rustle Up Some Grub

In honor of the new release, Cowboy Heat, an anthology featuring stories from 14 other authors with fierce cowboys and the women strong enough to tame them taking the lead, we’ll walk in the boots of a cowboy for the next few Tuesdays and explore interesting facets of his life in the blog series, Cowboy Culture. Last week, we talked about the cowboy inspired music. This week, it’s all about the food. So, get out your aprons! We’re cooking up a storm!…

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Boot Scootin’ Boogie

In honor of the new release, Cowboy Heat, an anthology featuring stories from 14 other authors with fierce cowboys and the women strong enough to tame them taking the lead, we’ll walk in the boots of a cowboy for the next few Tuesdays and explore interesting facets of his life in the blog series, Cowboy Culture. Last week, we talked about the cowboy inspired art. This week, it’s all about the music. Long before Brooks & Dunn’s heel-toe, do si do, come on,…

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Cowboy Inspired Art

In honor of the new release, Cowboy Heat, an anthology featuring stories from 14 other authors with fierce cowboys and the women strong enough to tame them taking the lead, we’ll walk in the boots of a cowboy for the next few Tuesdays and explore interesting facets of his life in the blog series, Cowboy Culture. Last week, we talked about the cowboy’s horse. This week, it’s all about the art. I adore art, especially paintings. Good ones. Bad ones. Even…

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Cowboy Culture

In honor of the new release, Cowboy Heat, featuring stories from 14 other authors with fierce cowboys and the women strong enough to tame them taking lead, we’ll walk in the boots of a cowboy and explore interesting facets of his life in the blog series, Cowboy Culture. The cowboy is so much more than a herder of cattle. His roots trace back to Spain and the first European immigrants who settled the new world. Though known today for his loyalty and…

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