Montana Teacher Part 3: Sarah’s Prayer

Montana Teacher Part 3: Sarah’s Prayer

Montana Teacher Part 3: Sarah's Prayer is now llive and for sale on Amazon. This is the third is a series of short stories about Sarah and Tal Evans. The previous two stories were: Part One: Sarah's Story Part Two: Back Home in Indiana Part Three: Sarah's Prayer Part...

A Romantic Serial

A Romantic Serial

Today I did something different. I published the first two parts of a short story serial. The title is "Montana Teacher" and tells the story of Sarah Collins, a teacher in Battleground, Indiana. After her husband is killed in a tornado, Sarah takes her five year old...

Ashley Goes Home

Ashley Goes Home

This is a clean, tasteful short story of approximately 17,000 words. It is complete with no cliffhangers. Ashley Goes Home is the story of Ashley Sanders, a young girl raised in the town of Mountain View, Montana. At the age of sixteen, the senior in high school has...

Montana Legal Bride

Montana Legal Bride

Montana Legal Bride is a clean, sweet, and tender western romance set in frontier Montana, and Southern California. Several characters in previous books appear here. This novella stands alone and you won’t miss anything if you haven’t read the other books. It is the...

Montana Orphan Bride

Montana Orphan Bride

I have just published another in the Montana Brides series, titled "Montana Orphan Bride". Continuing in my recent style, this is a clean, sweet, and tender western romance set in frontier Montana. Several characters in previous books appear here. This novella stands...

Montana Bargain Bride

Montana Bargain Bride

Montana Bargain Bride is a story about a different kind of mail order bride. It is a clean, tender love story of a young couple searching for happiness. Joanna Stevens was left at the altar when her fiancé, Lester Burke decided he did not want to get married, and took...

Rick & Joyce1
A photo of Rick and me taken a long time ago. I can tell it was a long time ago because my hair is thick and Rick is wearing one of his IBM uniforms.

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