Good morning, dear reader. Welcome to another 3QW. Today, we have Davalynn Spencer with us. She is an ECPA and Publisher’s Weekly bestselling author and winner of the Will Rogers Gold Medallion for Inspirational Western Fiction. I love a good western. How ’bout you?
Welcome, Davalynn! Can you describe yourself in three words?
Compulsively writing worshipper
I like that. I believe writing is a form of worship to our Master Storyteller. Great answer. Now . . .
Someone offers you a fully-paid writing research trip to any place you desire to go. Where would it be and why?
I would follow the Rocky Mountain’s spine into Montana where my husband and I rodeoed for several years. The only problem with researching in Montana is that I might not return.
Montana is a beautiful place. Quiet and open. Perfect for writing. 🙂 Last question . . .
If someone made a movie of your life, what would be the theme song?
This song suits me right down to the ground – “Someday Soon” sung by Judy Collins. After I met my cowboy, I started singing it too.
I remember that one! Judy Collins sings about a cowboy and the rodeo.
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An Unexpected Redemption
He doesn’t need her sass. She doesn’t need his approval. But they both need a second chance.
Abandoned by her faithless husband for the Dakota gold fields, rancher’s daughter Elizabeth Beaumont returns to her hometown determined to prove she’s not the impetuous girl she once was. Armed with a new skill and old determination, she’s intent on making it on her own. Discovering that the new sheriff lives downstairs in the same boarding house wouldn’t be nearly so frustrating if he’d stay out of her affairs, quit calling her Betsy, and stop making her wonder if she could love again.
Garrett Wilson exchanged his deputy’s badge for a drover’s bedroll after his first attempt at law enforcement cost an innocent bystander his life. Now Wilson’s back wearing a star in a Front Range cow town, hunting an arsonist and falling for a woman who wants to know the secret behind his deepest scar. He can run again from his painful past, or he can stay and fight for the town that needs him and the woman who’s worked under his skin and into his heart.
Wife and mother of professional rodeo bullfighters, Davalynn Spencer writes heart-tugging, cowboy romance set along the Front Range of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains. She is an ECPA and Publisher’s Weekly bestselling author and winner of the Will Rogers Gold Medallion for Inspirational Western Fiction. An award-winning rodeo journalist and former crime-beat reporter, Davalynn makes her home in Colorado where she caters to Blue the Cowdog and mouse detectors Annie and Oakley. Connect with her at http://davalynnspencer.com/