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Archive for March, 2006

More on the McKettricks

Today, God willin’ and the creek don’t rise, I will finish the new book, “McKettrick’s Luck”, which will be in stores next February.

The modern McKettricks, you’ll be happy to know, are every bit as rowdy and stubborn as their predecessors. At times, the story moved at such a break-neck place, I had to hold on with both hands! There is tenderness, too, of course, and several times, I laughed out loud, sitting here at my computer.

“McKettrick’s Luck” is sexier, too. Some like it hot–and Jesse and Cheyenne fall into that category.

What’s next?

Texas. Then Phoenix. Then Buffalo.

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Those McKettricks

I wrote 47 pages yesterday!
47!!!
Jesse and Cheyenne are on a real roll. I just go along for the ride!
Tomorrow, I expect to bring “McKettrick’s Luck” in for a landing. On Thursday, I will be leaving for Dallas, and my gig at the Dreamin’ in Dallas conference. I’m looking forward to seeing all my Texas buddies, especially Kathy Baker, and making lots of new friends, too.
I will barely catch my breath from that trip when I’m off again, this time to Buffalo, by way of Phoenix and Sedona.
In Phoenix, I’ll be stopping by Springwater Station for

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Cattle drives rarely went more than ten or twelve miles a day, as the cattle had to be given time to rest and graze. A drive from Texas to Montana could take up to five months.

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