Chicken Dinner Paradise, Sorta
by Jacquie Rogers
by Jacquie Rogers
We have a lot of work to do, and I mean a lot. The kitchen has to be remodeled, and I don't mean redecorated. The sink can stay in the same place but everything else will have to be moved. Mr. R says he has a design in mind. I'm hoping this doesn't take 20 years to get built. If so, he'll be eating a lot of frozen dinners.
However, to do that remodeling, he'll have a 2,400 sq. ft. shop. Okay, so we have to pull a few weeds before he can get into it. It's been a year since anyone lived here so the yard could use some work. I'm not so sure we should've bought a house on 1.25 acres, but be expecting watermelons for prizes next year. LOL.
There's some really good news--we have grapes! Maybe I can try my hand at making wine. Or not. We're only a few miles from the Chicken Dinner Winery. We're also only a few miles from a lake, and the grandsons just might like to go fishing.
Yes, I'll have time for some writing after the move and after our trip to Texas to see Caroline Clemmons and Oklahoma City for the Western Fictioneers convention.
My latest release is a story titled A Family for Polly, and it's connected to A Family for Merry by Caroline Clemmons (read hers first, then mine) in a boxed set Under a Mulberry Moon. So far, the reviews have been good. Get your copy while it's only 99¢!
Before that book, I released the sixth book in the Hearts of Owyhee series, Much Ado About Mail-Order Brides.
ravenmyst33, Amazon Reviewer: "Jacquie Rogers has done it yet again! There isn't a book in this series that isn't full of fire, fun and love. The McKinnon family rocks from the parents all the way to the youngest son. But Bram? HAS to be my favorite. LOVE that cowboy!! Thank you, Jacquie for letting me fall in love in this world of mail-order brides, grooms, and in a wonderful setting. Hope that there are still a few stories left to tell in this series. I'll read every last one of them!"
Keep cool, and Happy Reading!
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