One Less Lonely Cowboy
KATHLEEN: Lately I worry about repeating myself. I had a dry spell a couple of years ago, so I went back to my series roots and focused on straightforward romance for a while. I’m not a fast writer, and in some ways that makes it harder to write commercial fiction for a living. But do you want it fast, or do you want it good? Every woman knows the answer to that one.
Kathleen: One person? I’m a history buff, so I’d go back in time. My husband is from Sitting Bull’s band. He was quite an amazing man— powerful, insightful, charismatic and wise—whose life spanned a transitional period. There’s so much to be learned from people who stood their ground, as
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