Sunday, March 1, 2009

Thoughts on Historical Series


I'm currently at work on a follow-up novella to Calico Christmas at Dry Creek -- the story of Virginia and Colter. Several of you have emailed and asked if I was going to do the story of these two so I am glad to tell you I am writing away. The novella will come out during Christmas 09.
My hope is that I will be able to write a series of historical books to match the contemporary Dry Creek books.
If you have any thoughts or questions on the historical Dry Creek books, just post them here.

8 comments:

  1. I haven't read any of the contemporary Dry Creek books yet, but I loved the historical! I can't wait to read about Virginia and Colter and hope we can see more in the future.

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  2. Oh good,more of your wonderful books to look forward to! Have gotten sidetracked from spending time reading your Dry Creek series-need to get back there soon! Thanks so much,Janet.

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  3. Shelley -- So glad you dropped by. I'm writing the Virginia/Colter novella as we speak (or at least, I should be -- I took a break to check in here and was delighted to see you stopped by).

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  4. Aunt Cheryl -- I'm assuming you stopped over from eHarlequin. I so enjoy your posts there. The next Dry Creek is a novella coming out in June in the 2-in-1 called 'A Small Town Bride.' Debra Clopton and I each have a novella. The novellas are the stories of two cousins -- one in Dry Creek and one in Mule Hollow.

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  5. Just reading this I am looking forward to a small town bride.

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  6. Janet I LOVE ALL YOUR STORIES AND LOOK FORWARD TO ALL THE COWBOY STORIES TOO. I LIKE HOW EACH STORY HAS A RELIGOUS MEANING. I HAVE MYSELF RELATING MY LIFE TO YOUR BOOKS A LOT.ONE THING I DO NOT REMEMBER YOU WRITING A LOT ABOUT IS DEPRESSION AND HOW IT CAN AFFECT PEOPLES LIVES. IS THIS SOMETHING YOU MIGHT CONSIDER? SINCERELY YOUR TRUE FAN, TINA HUDSON

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  7. I was given"Snowbound in Dry Creek" to read. Now I have found Janet has written lots of books. I am hooked. My cousin just gave me "Calico Christmas at Dry Creek". Is there an order in which I need to read these books? They are awsome. I love anything about snow, christmas, and good clean romance. Janet how about adding something about quilting in your stories? Love your books

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