AUTUMN HARVEST AUTHOR HOP: BLAZING A TRAIL!

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**UPDATE** WINNERS OF AN E-BOOK OF MINE OF THEIR CHOICE ARE

TERESA W.

DEBRA G.

Congratulations and thanks to everyone who stopped by!!

Welcome to the Autumn Harvest Hop for the boxed set HEARTS ABLAZE! Stay tuned for a chance to win a choice of one of my books!  But first…

HERE’S HOW TO HOP!

autumnauthorhopinstructions600HERE ARE THE LINKS TO BLAZE THE TRAIL TO HOT STORIES AND FUN!

1) Elizabeth Rose                  

2) Amanda McIntyre

3) Rose Gordon                     

4) Ciara Knight

5) Kathleen Ball                    

6) Kirsten Lynn (You are here)

7) Hildie McQueen              

8) E.E. Burke

***CONTEST***

Below is an inspiration image for Kyle Allaway, the hero in RIDIN FOR A FALL. Kyle is a superior horseman, the only person who might be a little better is the woman who’s owned his heart since childhood, Lena.  Both know how to stay in the saddle, but when the heart is on the line, they might be RIDIN’ FOR A FALL!

Now, I want to see a cowboy who inspires you!  Post a picture, or tell me about a cowboy who’s inspired you and I’ll draw TWO names for an e-book copy of any of my books! 

Hero KyleAllaway

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35 thoughts on “AUTUMN HARVEST AUTHOR HOP: BLAZING A TRAIL!

  1. Pingback: Autumn Harvest Multi-Author Hop - Elizabeth Rose NovelsElizabeth Rose Novels

  2. My Dad was a great cowboy. Mom always said he should have been born in the early 1800′s. He loved to break wild horses, train them, and he also could shoe horses. We always had horses and rode them almost daily while I was growing up.
    I’m not sure how to post a picture though.

  3. Oh my goodness, the lady who named George Strait has my vote also. I would say he is the picture of the perfect Cowboy. He looks the part to the tee!!!

    • I have to agree, Judy, looks the part and acts the part, too. Of course, he’s the real deal so he would. :)

      Thanks so much for stopping by!

      Kirsten Lynn

  4. My favorite cowboys are in books mostly. But I did enjoy watching Denzel Washington on the big screen in The Magnificent Seven recently!

    • I still need to see that movie, Cynthia. And Denzel is a pleasure to watch in anything. :)

      Thanks so much for stopping by!
      Kirsten Lynn

  5. Buck Brannaman, have never met him, but have read his books and watched his movie and the way he connects with horses and their people is amazing.

  6. My dad has always been a hard worker on our farm growing up! With me becoming physically disabled at a young age it made things even more of a struggle, but they were always there for me making sure I lived a regular life. When he was young he always reminded me of Johnny Cash (who he loved). Since Johnny not quite a cowboy, here’s one that always makes me think of life on the farm… https://goo.gl/images/UuvKTm

    • Jody, what a nice tribute to your dad. I’m so glad he was such an inspiration for you. Farmers are awesome. My grandparents farmed and the best memories of my life come from time spent on their farm. Thanks for the picture, he is surely an inspiration!

      Thanks so much for stopping by!
      –Kirsten Lynn

  7. I don’t have a picture of him, but when I was a kid, there was a cowboy at the stables where I took riding lessons. While I had another instructor for riding, he taught me most of what I know about horses–their behavior, the way they communicate, how to care for them, etc. Even though I was only 4 or 5, he was one of the only adults to talk to me as if I were an adult too. He always said that anyone old enough to ride was old enough to care for the horses too, and while he would help, he still had me do all the work, like brushing the horse down, mucking out the stall, cleaning hooves, saddling my mount, etc. He taught me some of the best lessons in caring for horses, but also in treating both animals and people with respect.

    • Thank you so much for sharing, Samantha! What an awesome inspiration. Sounds like he was a great mentor for you.

      –Kirsten Lynn

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