2 Announcing the Release of Alice’s Portrait and, Something New

Whew! The third book of The Lockwood Legacy series, Alice’s Portrait, is out! The Kindle version is available here, but I’m still waiting for the paperback version to appear on Amazon. I’ll update this blog post with the link for you as soon as I have it. UPDATE: You can purchase the paperback version of […]

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The Horses of The Rocking L

All of the horses in The Lockwood Legacy books are based on real animals. You cannot be around ranch people or come from ranch country without knowing your fair share of horses. With that comes an understanding of the horse metaphors that salt the references the girls make, a fact that amusingly confounds archaeology professor […]

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Where is The Lockwood Legacy Going?

I know I promised a post on horses. It’s coming. It’s coming! But I wanted to take a few minutes to talk about the future of The Lockwood Legacy. During our recent two-week blog tour for Langston’s Daughters, the length of the book came up in several reviews. One comment even said it was a […]

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Of Quarter Horses and Accents

One of my most faithful friends, fan, and the head beta reader around these parts, Brenda Trimble, shared this video from Western Horseman on Facebook today. The commentary is by Lorelei Hankins of Rocksprings, Texas about her life with quarter horses. For those unfamiliar with quarter horses, it’s an American breed that excels at top speed […]

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What Does a Cowboy Look Like?

The word cowboy evokes different images in the minds of readers. Some see a figure like John Wayne or the rugged Marlboro Man from the old cigarette ads. Some see a figure more like the singing cowboys from the vintage Westerns. Me? I see Sam Elliott, but that’s just me. There are certainly cowboys down […]

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Where is the Rocking L?

The Rocking L is located in the central Texas Hill Country. If you’ve read my author bio, you’ll know that I’m actually a nom de plume made up of two folks. One of them was raised in Junction, Texas and was kind enough to dig up these photos so the readers can get a better […]

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2 Langston’s Daughters: The Blog Tour

This is the second day of the two-week blog tour for Langston’s Daughters. It’s going great and I’m enjoying reading the reviews and taking to heart the thoughtful comments. I promise, all future books will be longer! The second book, Baxter’s Draw, comes in at 190 printed pages, so you’ll get plenty of the gals […]

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My Heroes Have Always Been Cowgirls

Guest Post by Martha Nethery Wood, Junction, Texas: I have been transported back to the hills and valleys of my childhood and the ups and downs of being a rancher’s daughter in the middle of nowhere almost 40 miles from a to-this-day-one-stop-light town (and back in those days it was at the school crossing). Langston’s […]

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Baxter’s Draw – The Lockwood Legacy 2: Excerpt

Kate Lockwood held her coffee mug in both hands to warm her fingers against the morning chill. It was getting too cold to stand out on the porch every morning, but she liked to watch the whitetails amble through the pasture toward the deer feeders. This morning they were accompanied by a procession of Rio […]

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The Latest Review of “Langston’s Daughters”

“Langston’s Daughters by Juliette Harper is the first book in the Lockwood Legacy series. This series is about 3 sisters who inherited a ranch from their father and are trying to make things work. In this book their father has just died and they’ve come together for his funeral as well as to unravel the […]

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Bibliotica Reviews “Langston’s Daughters”

This novel is not only the debut novel from a writing partnership I’m sure will go on to great success, it is the first in a series about Langston Lockwood (now deceased) and his three grown daughters, Kate, Jenny, and Mandy. It’s a romance. It’s also kind of/sort of a western, in that it takes […]

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Langston’s Daughter’s (Book 1) – Excerpt

“Damn it,” she muttered, raking through hangars in her closet. “There’s no AC at the ranch.” Mandy Lockwood ran her fingers through her hair, caught sight of herself in the mirror, and artfully scrunched the blonde waves back in place. She could be a wilted mess once she got to that God forsaken little town, […]

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