I realized I posted my January plans, but never really followed up. Even with the unusual circumstances (#losingbothourboys, #Homerlove, #Demonlove) I got most of the stuff on my list done. But there's one item that was on January's list and February's list, and is looking like it might stay on March's list if I don't do something about it today. Edits for the Bull Rider's Brother (Lynn Collins). It's a secret baby/cowboy/reunion story and I love it. But I haven't been puttin
I've started writing the next book in the Farm to Fork series. I love visiting home with Angie and Felicia. With the carnival and the state fair going on, you know there's going to be excitement. But when you mix in a Top Chef style restaurant wars competition, the kitchens are hotter than the late August Idaho summer sun. I'm working with my agent on a couple of changes in my writing career. Hold on for more information, I'll share as soon as the ink's dry. But just between
Corned Beef and Fun...
It's been a busy release week here. Corned Beef and Casualties came out of the gate hard and fast. If you haven't picked up your copy, get it now, before you plan your St. Patrick's Day celebration. I had dinner with a good friend (and author) on Monday. We caught up, talked marketing and plotting, and planned our next month. Then on Thursday, I met up with Laura Benedict for her release visit to Left Bank Books here in St. Louis. We met for dinner first. Dressel's fish and c
January wasn't a great month here at Casa Cahoon. We lost both our boys and we're still grieving. February is starting out warm and lovely, maybe to make up for the Polar Vortex last week. So to celebrate, Corned Beef and Casualties is releasing tomorrow. Filled with green and sunshine and happiness, it's the perfect bite of South Cove to get you out of your winter doldrums. And hopefully, me as well. :) Corned Beef and Casualties Releasing February 5th, 2019 South Cove, Cal