Day 3 of the WordCrafter “Delilah” Book Blog TourPosted: March 22, 2023 Filed under: Book Release, Books, Fiction, Historical Fiction, Western, Women's Fiction, WordCrafter Book Blog Tours | Tags: Delilah, Historic Fiction, Western, Women's Fiction, WordCrafter Book Blog Tours Leave a comment
Day 3 of the WordCrafter Delilah Book Blog Tour finds us over at Kay Castenada’s Book Places with a guest post from me about the historic supporting character which will be featured in Sarah: Book 2 of the Women in the West adventure series, “Big Nose” Kate Elder, companion of the infamous Doc Holliday. Join us for the fun, and be sure to leave a comment for a chance to enter the giveaway. See you there!
Welcome to the WordCrafter “Delilah” Book Blog TourPosted: March 20, 2023 Filed under: Blog Tour, Book Promotion, Book Release, Fiction, Historical Fiction, Western, western romance, Women's Fiction, WordCrafter Book Blog Tours, WordCrafter Press | Tags: Delilah, Historic Fiction, Kaye Lynne Booth, Western, Women in the West adventure series, Women's Fiction, WordCrafter Book Blog Tours 5 Comments
I’m excited to welcome you to the WordCrafter Delilah Book Blog Tour. We’ve got interesting behind the scenes posts from all three books in the Women in the West adventure series at each stop, which introduce you to some of the characters in the series, Robbie Cheadle shares an author interview, a couple of reviews, and I think there’san excerpt from Delilah in there somewhere. Maybe I should just post the schedule here. I’ll post it with links, but they won’t work until each post goes live.
Mon. 3/20 – Opening Day Post– Writing to be Read/ Guest post (Baby Doe Tabor/Delilah) – The Showers of Blessings
Tues. 3/21 – Interview/Review – Robbie’s Inspiration
Wed. 3/22 – Guest post (Big Nose Kate/Sarah)/Review – BookPlaces
Thurs. 3/23 – Guest post (“Aunt” Clara Brown/Marta)- Roberta Writes
Fri. 3/24 – Closing Post (Ute Indians of Colorado in 1880s/Delilah Excerpt) – Writing to be Read
Follow the tour and learn more about Delilah and the Women in the West adventure series, with an opportunity to enter the giveaway at every stop.
Delilah Give Away
I’m giving away two digital copies,
and one signed print copy
Leave a comment to enter.
Multiple entries are allowed,
so leave a comment at each stop for more chances.
On with the tour…
Our first stop on the tour is over at Miriam Hurdle’s The Many Showers of Blessings, with a guest post from me on the historical supporting character in Delilah, Baby Doe Tabor. So, follow the link for a behind the scenes post from Delilah.
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“Not My Father’s House”:A work of historical fiction true to western genrePosted: October 30, 2019 Filed under: Book Review, Books, Fiction, Historical Fiction, Western, Women's Fiction | Tags: Book Review, Historic Fiction, Loretta Miles Tollefson, New Mexico, Not My Father's House, Western, Women's Fiction, Writing to be Read 4 Comments
Historical fiction has almost as many flavors as there are time periods to write about. Not My Father’s House, by Loretta Miles Tollefson is an historical novel with a western flavor that leaves the reader smacking their lips for more. A true frontier wilderness tale, Tollefson takes true events and places from the annals of the wild backwoods of old New Mexico territory and crafts a tale of the struggles and hardships of frontier life in the untamed mountain wilderness.
Suzanna is a young bride of mixed blood, soon to be a mother when she moves from her father’s home in the village of Don Fernando de Taos, venturing into the backwoods of New Mexico territory to make a home of her own and raise her family with her husband Gerald and their friend Ramon. She knew she’d have to battle the elements and critters in the untamed mountain valley, but she never expected to have to battle with herself when cabin fever sets in each winter. Nor did she ever imagine that her biggest threat in the wilds would come from a predator that stalks her on two legs instead of four.
A story of female strength and courage in a time when the lands were still wild. Not My Father’s House is a finely crafted story in the western tradition. I give it five quills.
Kaye Lynne Booth does honest book reviews on Writing to be Read in exchange for ARCs. Have a book you’d like reviewed? Contact Kaye at kayebooth(at)yahoo(dot)com.