It was my turn to post on Romance Books “4” Us blog and I wrote about my inspiration for Follow Your Cowboy Heart.
Here’s a link to a blog about the anthology I’m in, Roping the Cowboy. I have a mention.
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Max struggles daily to hide his psychic gift with animals. Being a hired hand at a local dairy probably wasn’t his best idea, but his mom needs the money he brings in. And there’s the dairy owner’s sexy daughter he can’t stop thinking about. Will he ever have anything other than himself to offer her?
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Order now from Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M0V7X71
Here’s the question: What do you love most about Cowboy Romances?
Blog post on the Roping the Cowboy Anthology: http://www.melissakeir.com/blog/fall-for-a-whole-passel-of-cowboys-rb4u
Cowboy and the cowboy hats
By Janice Seagraves
For those of you writing cowboy romance stories, don’t forget the cowboy hat. Whether it’s a Stetson, Indiana Jones, Sheplers, or Henschel, made out of straw or felt, a cowboy isn’t a cowboy without his hat.
Cowboy hats help the cowboy to dress up or dress down, and are occasionally tucked up under a form fitted plastic cover for those rainy days.
Have you ever seen how a cowboy use his hat to show emotion?
- Flinging down his hat can show anger or a desire to start a fight or finish one.
- Shoving the hat to the back of his head can show surprise. In this way you can see more of his face and his raised eyebrows.
- Lowering the brim over his eyes can show annoyance.
- Leaning back and hiding his face with his hat, he can show embarrassment, disassociation with what’s being said or a desire to take a nap.
- Removing the hat, he can lean in for a kiss.