I wanted to take this time to introduce myself to you. I'm Patricia PacJac Carroll and happy to be here.
The PacJac are my initials and my husbands. When I went to publish my books, I found out there were other Patricia Carrolls out there, so, I added our initials.
To the left you'll see our horse, Big John Deere. My son got him when a friend said he had a horse that needed some grass, and we had grass needing a horse.
So we named him John Deere because
he came to mow.
I have always loved stories of the West and grew up watching westerns. AND I've always loved horses.
I write sweet clean historical romances set in the West.
They all have a little fun, faith and always a Happily-ever-after.
The older I get, the more I see how Life is hard. It has joys and triumphs but also trials and troubles. One thing I can do is to write stories that encourage, give hope, and entertain.
I started watching the TV show Gunsmoke at night, and believe me, they are not sweet Hallmark movies. lol Many of the stories are harsh, probably realistic to the hard life on the plains in the 1800s. But man, if you are not one of the stars, you are likely to end up dead. Of course that brings up the Cartwrights on Bonanza. You had better not fall in love with a Cartwright boy.
So I want you to know that my stories will have some trials but my characters will persevere. Romance will bloom on the prairie. And readers will have a good time and leave the pages of my stories happy.
If you want to see my books and connect with me on social media here are the links:
Web site………... patriciapacjaccarroll.com
Amazon page: Books by Patricia PacJac Carroll
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Have a blessed day
Patricia PacJac Carroll
I do have a free book July 5-9, 2019 The Judge's Bride.
Love Happens... Even when you have 10 kids.
Judge Solomon Taggart groaned at having to referee a dispute between the two feuding families. That even their children were at each other made him doubt the wisdom of sending that letter to the widow in Minnesota. She had children. She didn't say how many, and he hadn't asked. He grabbed his rifle and swung up in the saddle, praying there'd be no bloodshed. And then he prayed he'd been wise to send that letter.