Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Sandy Sullivan Thankful Blog

What I’m thankful for.
I’m thankful for my family, God, my readers , and fans to keep buying my books and enjoying them enough to send me letters and notes. When a reader sends me a note telling me how much they enjoyed a book, that makes everything worthwhile when you’re and author.
Yes, the money is nice, but writing the story is what it’s all about. We authors have these people who talk in our heads on a daily basis, bombarding us with stories about their lives and we write them down. This is how it works for me anyway.
Some authors are plotters and some are pansters. I am a pansters. My stories are totally character driven by those folks who talk to me day in and day out, but the real thing for me is when I write their story and the readers enjoy it enough to want more.
So when you have a moment, write a review about a book you enjoyed or even if you didn’t enjoy it. The author will appreciate it.

Make Mine a Cowboy


Mesa Arraguso writes about hot cowboys for a living. Being a romance writer has it perks and its drawbacks. She spends a lot of time alone in front of her computer, but she gets to fantasize about incredibly hot men wearing cowboy boots and Stetsons. While visiting San Antonio, Texas for a writer’s conference, she finds herself stranded on the back roads of Bandera only to be rescued by one of the most gorgeous men she’s ever encountered, be it fantasy or for real.

Joel Young is a cowboy. From the top of his Stetson to the tip of his dirty cowboy boots, he’s cowboy through and through. Along with rescuing women when they do silly things like running out of gas miles from town on a dirt road, he spends his days herding cattle, fixing fences and breaking horses.

Can one handsome cowboy and a city-girl from LA find common ground in the Hill Country long enough to see beyond a quick fling?

Sandy is doing a contest for this blog. One lucky winner will get a signed ebook of Make Mine A Cowboy.

To enter just tell us what you are thankful for.

1 comment:

Lisa W said...

I'm thankful for my family and friends