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I’m a Texan. Born and bred. I wish I could say I grew up on a cattle ranch or had pump jacks working in my backyard, but I can’t. I’m from Dallas. My people were doctors, lumbermen, a tinker, merchants, plus a guy in Corrigan who owned a hotel-bar-livery stable. He also ran his own personal loan agency.
But I did have the good fortune to spend a great deal of time all over the state as a child, a lot of it in West Texas and in the Hill Country. I’ve spent most of my adult life in Austin, San Antonio, and the Hill Country, which ain’t a bad gig. I get to go to Luckenbach, Texas, whenever I please, although Willie and Waylon are never there. I do know quite a bit about Texas beer joints.
As a kid, I didn’t mind listening to stories about how
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Martha Hix Hi, Ann! I'm up in the Hill Country, in Kerrville for 12 years. I finished the #TexanBrides series, but now I can't decide what to do next, but it bet…moreHi, Ann! I'm up in the Hill Country, in Kerrville for 12 years. I finished the #TexanBrides series, but now I can't decide what to do next, but it better be soon and it better be CRAZY (for today's market). Have a partly finished time travel...hmm. I was in Costco the other day, and they were selling boxes of Trojans--70 to a box. I told my cousin, "I wish I had a need for these. Maybe I should write a book about an old gal like me and call it '70 Trojans.'" I'm still thinking about that. Recently bought one of your books but haven't started it yet. It's NEXT in the TBR. You know you've always been one of my favorite authors!(less)
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