Saturday, June 24, 2017

Home - Book 5 in The Unloveable Series

Hey everyone!

   I wanted to catch everyone up about my writing.  I plan on sending the fifth and final book in The Unloveable Series to the publisher by the end of June.  I'm currently working on the first round of editing.  Once I finish this round, I'll do one more and it should be ready.  Bo gets the final story in the series.  I'm excited and a little sad to finish writing about the loveable mercenaries.
   I'm looking forward to meeting readers at the end of June at the Tulsa Hard Rock!  I plan on selling by books at a discounted rate since this will be my final book signing.  I always have tons of fun at signings, but I can't justify the costs any more.
   Thank you for all of the support I've received over the last few years!
   

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Thank You!

I am so thankful that four years ago, Rebel Ink Press offered to publish my books.  It was a childhood dream come true.  I'm also grateful for everyone supporting me.  This is a real honor!

 

Saturday, February 4, 2017

 2017

Hey everyone,

   January at the Lowhorn house was jammed packed with sickness. I don't think there was a single day where everyone was healthy. We're hoping for a much better February!
   I'm currently working on the final book in The Unloveable Series.  It's titled Home and it will be Bo's story.  I hope to get it finished and released before summer.
   In May, I'll be one of the authors at the Wanderlust signing in Dallas.  I'm also excited to be returning to the Hard Rock Author Event in Tulsa this July.  I always have a great time meeting readers and authors at these events.  I usually end up fangirling the authors I've spend so much time reading their books.  I hope to see you there!

Bye for now.

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Gunslinger is now available




Tyler Wilson is an unexpected widower with four children under the age of seven.  With a large Texas cattle ranch to run, he realizes quickly he’s in over his head.  He reaches out in desperation and contracts a mail order nanny.
Miss Josephine Hill comes well experienced and highly recommended.  On paper, she seems to be the answer to his problem.  However, the incredibly gorgeous, young lady that steps off the train is nothing like the spinster he was expecting. 
The attraction is instant and strong.  It doesn’t take long for love to blossom and just when they believe they have a future, an enemy threatens everything. 
They desperately need something or someone to even the odds.  What if their only salvation is a gunslinger? 


https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N9EQ12S/ref=sr_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1481067712&sr=1-3&keywords=michelle+lowhorn


Sunday, November 27, 2016

Holiday Traditions

   The holiday season has arrived just as it does every year.  For most of us the stress of overcrowded stores, secret Santa exchanges, work parties, and baking enough sweet treats to ensure everyone you've ever known will slip into a diabetic coma is what the holidays have become. Unfortunately, the sentimental traditions of our past end up being thrown to the side in an attempt to lesson the stress.
   I'm no different from anyone else who feels anxious attempting to make every Christmas perfect.  I always start the season out with the illusion that this year I'll pull off the perfect Christmas worthy of Martha Stewart's stamp of approval.  As the weeks fly by between Thanksgiving and Christmas, I quickly admit defeat and begin to eliminate the traditions of the past.
  There are only a few traditions I simply can't let loose.  When the tradition is the only thing left of the memory is when it's too precious to forget.
   Every December 23rd that I can remember of childhood, I spent the night at my grandparents' house.  Back in those days, we didn't have a thousand television stations or millions of Youtube videos to watch.  There were three national and one local broadcasting stations.  But somehow every single year, White Christmas always managed to come on late that night.  My Grandma would always make up a bed on the living room couch for me and she would stretch out on the opposite end and turn on the movie.  Grandma would fall asleep around ten minutes in but I would stay awake through the entire movie.  I loved the end when the characters would open the doors so everyone could see the snow!
   The reason I spent the night was because the next day, Christmas Eve, I would help my Grandma and Grandpa cook and bake for the family get-together that night.  My Mom was the youngest of seven kids and all of them would bring their families over that night to celebrate.  Unfortunately like many other families, the tradition stopped when the matriarch passed away.
   Even though my heartfelt memory should be the entire Duncan clan coming together on Christmas Eve, it's not.  I long for just one more viewing of White Christmas with my Grandma!
   

   My kids might be adults, but I don't care.  I'm holding on to one of the traditions that I started with my son many years ago.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Photos from the Dallas signing

We had an amazing time in Dallas this past weekend!  Charmarie won the Bayou Shifter Coalition blanket and Jessie and I posed with some of the models!