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Catching Up With the Treymanes of Texas

Hello All,

It has been a while but here we are again. Fall is coming….hooray! I just wish it would hurry up and bring those temperatures down and let the leaves turn a gorgeous color while hot chocolate takes the place of sweet tea on my porch!

It has been super busy time for me. I completed one four-book series that is about to have its fourth and final book launch the end of this month. I hope those of you who have read The Tremaynes of Texas series so far have enjoyed the brothers and sister and their stories. And did you love Maximus? Let me know.


I am deep into writing the next four-book series…The Texas Heritage Series. This is based on a bit of Texas history that is fast fading…the large ranches that built the Texas frontier and remain with us today…those that are still left intact. I especially think of ranches like the 6666 and the Waggoner, etc. To that end, my series brings you into the lives of two sisters who are faced with quite a dilemma when they find their ranch is going to be sold after their grandmother dies. They have choices to make and it will be interesting to see how they face this modern day future for the family ranch built over two hundred years of blood, sweat, and memories. These four contemporary romances will be launching into 2022 and early 2023, via Tule Publishing.


However, I do have a couple of projects that hopefully will get published by late 2022 and 2023, through indie publishing. There will be more to come on those as time progresses. Remember, I still work a full-time day job that keeps me busy six to seven days a week. One day… one day I will get to write full-time I hope after I retire. I have about ten other manuscripts in various stages who clamor for their time on my laptop, also.


Thanks to each and every one of you who take the time to read my books, leave reviews of them, and send me notes of cheer. I love to hear from you. In the meantime, I hope each of you and your loved ones are staying safe and well. Until next time, keep reading and many thanks!


Debra

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