First off, way to go, you! Thanks to the combined efforts of my Facebook page and newsletter sign-up, helping to spread the word about my new release, we donated $100 to Beech Brook Farm Equine Rescue last week! Please do a long-arm and pat yourself on the back. Now, let's keep it up! To donate more (up to $500), please do one or more of the following ($1 goes to BBFER for each):
Become a fan of DocJess on Facebook (or get a friend to).
Sign up for my newsletter (or get a friend to).
Tweet a pimp for Winter at Mustang Ridge, tagging @JesseHayworth. Either make up your own, or here's a suggested Tweet:
It's release week for
Mention WINTER AT MUSTANG RIDGE by Jesse Hayworth on Facebook, and either tag me (www.facebook.com/docjess) or let me know here that you did it.
And .... GO! The horses, minis, and donkeys thank you!
Meanwhile, we need to talk about naming a hero. Well, naming two of them, actually, as I'm working on a set of interconnected novellas that will tie in to the Mustang Ridge books (and then I'll begin working on a new Jessica Andersen paranormal for next year!! but I digress).
Here are the deets: The Ramsay brothers are tight (except when they're scrapping), loyal to a fault, stubborn, and very much a trio of men's men. The family business, Ramsay & Sons Construction, has mostly been run by their father, but a recent heart attack has left him needing to slow down. So it's up to the guys to work together (ha!), handle the big jobs they've already got on the books (like renovating the Three Ridges Library), and conspire with their mother to keep their dad in check. Which means they don't have time for any distractions ... and the women they meet in Three Ridges definitely count as distractions!
So ... The middle brother is Max. I need names for the older and younger brothers. I would give you more info about them, but they haven't checked in with me yet beyond a "hey" wave and lots of muscles and sexy tool belts. So that's all I've got. I need two names: _____ Ramsay and ______ Ramsay.
Put 'em in the comments trail, and if I use one of your names, I'll credit you in the acknowledgements of his story!