The jangle of spurs mingles with the jingle of sleigh bells in this celebration of Christmas, cowboy style….
It is my absolute honor to share my friend’s, Shanna Hatfield, A Cowboy Christmas with you today. I remember her working on this last year as we were getting ready for our annual Women Writing the West conference, a national writer’s organization I presided over with Shanna as my conference chair.
Six weeks before October 23rd, she had her hands full with conference duties and the first half of this book with deadlines looming. She pulled it all off with her usual grace and style.
Shanna claims to be passionate about Christmas, county life, and cooking, and this book proves her declaration is indeed correct. Her publisher sent me a copy for review and it is stunning!
Her photos are elegant, her choices of western men and women that share their Christmas traditions are heart-warming, her tips and hints are time-saving and valuable, and her recipes will melt in your mouth just reading about them. She even talks about her years growing up on her parents’ farm in Oregon, giving her book a personal touch.
This book is a holiday treat and the perfect gift for those on your Christmas list, something its readers will treasure for years to come.
Part of Shanna’s generosity includes her offering to Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund where she donates ten percent of her book earnings between November 1 and December 24. Click here to read more. Yet this year she is extending the period to include October 1.
About A Cowboy Christmas
Through photos, interviews, 15 how-tos, and 75 recipes, this book offers a guide to creating your own Cowboy Christmas and a celebration of the style, traditions, food, and family celebrations unique to the lifestyles of American cowboys. Featuring ranch families, rodeo cowboys, and communities with western-style Christmas celebrations, this book will highlight the things that make a Cowboy Christmas special. Each chapter will feature traditions, recipes, decorations, and stories from the interviewees.
USA Today bestselling author Shanna Hatfield is a farm girl who loves to write. Her sweet historical romances are filled with sarcasm, humor, hope, and hunky heroes. When Shanna isn’t dreaming up unforgettable characters, twisting plots, snapping photos, or trying new recipes, she hangs out with her beloved husband, Captain Cavedweller, at their home near Walla Walla, Washington.
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A Cowboy Christmas
Western Celebrations, Recipes, and Traditions
By Shanna Hatfield
October 2019 • 304 pages •Don’t miss out, Order your copy now!
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