Best Selling author Carra Copelin writes contemporary and historical romance. The Texas Code Series, contemporary romantic suspense novels include Code Of Honor, Book One. The Brides of Texas Code Series, western historical novellas, explores the Texas Code Series beginnings. Katie and the Irish Texan, Book 1, Matelyn and the Texas Ranger, Book 2, and Angel and the Texan from County Cork, Book 3. Laurel:Bride of Arkansas, American Mail-Order Brides Series, Book 25

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Women's History Month

March is Women's History Month. The authors over at Sweethearts of the West have been celebrating women like, Cattle Kate, Stagecoach Mary, Sierra Nevada Phillips, Lottie Deno, and Nellie Tayloe Ross to name a few. These women and many more played an integral part in developing our nation in numerous ways.

I'm guest-posting today about Molly Goodnight, Armstrong County, Texas pioneer and wife of Charles Goodnight. Molly embodied the strength and spirit that has made Texas an enduring example to the rest of the country.

I hope you'll join me at Sweethearts of the West,, to read about Molly and enjoy their beautiful site. Thanks for stopping by and I look forward to seeing you there.


Monday, March 18, 2013

Cover Reveal for Code of Honor

I'm excited to present my first cover for my very first book titled, Code of Honor. It is Book One in the Texas Code Series. I'm hoping to publish in the summer of 2013.

The cover was beautifully designed by, Book Covers By Ramona. She has pre-made covers or will custom design one expressly for your work, and creates Novel Trailers and Promotional Videos. Visit her site to view her information and pre-made cover examples. Ramona is an absolute gem to work with and I will go to her often for my book cover needs.

Thanks for stopping by and please leave a comment if you liked the cover or need more info on Ramona's book covers. I love it when you talk to me!


Wednesday, March 6, 2013

The Alamo - Myths and Misconceptions

The Alamo

Texas history facts and legendary lore are as vast as the state itself and are just as well known. The problem with this is that through the years the myths and misconceptions have grown as well. I came across The Alamo website this morning where an article addresses some of these misconceptions about Texas Independence and the story surrounding the Alamo, and thought I'd share the link with you.

I found this very interesting reading and hope you'll check it out.