Category Archives: cowboys

Saturday Stories: The Christmas Candle

It’s the Christmas season and time to enjoy another Christmas novella crafted by Mary Connealy. Featured in the 2 for 1 novella collection, Candlelight Christmas, along with Linda Goodnight, The Christmas Candle is a story of grief and healing perfect for this … Continue reading

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In Seekerville Today

If you want to hear me gush about how much I love cowboys, come play in Seekerville today. My blog post tells of my rather swerving path along the road to publication. Who am I to argue, though? God called … Continue reading

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In Kara’s Opinion…

I had the most wonderful experience this afternoon. I had a brainstorming session with my daughter. Unplanned, unscheduled, it just fell into my lap. And I loved it. If you know Kara at all, you’ll know this girl is all … Continue reading

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Love Those Cowboys

I’ve noticed one of the top questions I’m often asked by editors when pitching a book is “What qualifies you to write about cowboys and ranching?” For a long time I thought my inclination came from growing up in Colorado … Continue reading

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Cowboys at Work: Calving

Guess what season this is? Well true, it is winter, but it’s also calving season here in Colorado. The bulk of the cow population have been delivering their calves since January, usually picking the coldest, nastiest nights to bring their … Continue reading

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