Friday, April 22, 2011


Congratulations, Make a Wish, and Blow out the B-Day Candles!
Desert Breeze Publishing…it's your birthday!

When I found myself with two manuscripts about sisters, I then had the problem of how to get them published together. I'd already had one disappointing experience in which my series got derailed. My goal was to get two contracts at once, or at least one contract with the second promised. This took me on a widespread research of publishers. Voila! I found the new publisher Desert Breeze Publishing, and the owner, Gail Delaney, stated in the welcome message that they liked series--just what I was looking for.  

As of April 1, the second book has been released—in the same month as Desert Breeze's birthday celebration.

To celebrate, I will give away one copy of each of the two books—two lucky winners! All you need to do is leave a quick reply—if you win, I can probably find your email address.

The Cameron Sisters: Book I: Texas Promise

After two years, Jo Cameron King’s life as a widow abruptly ends when her husband returns home to Austin. Unable to understand her angry and bitter husband, she accepts a call to travel to the New Mexico Territory to meet her dying birth father whom she knows nothing about. Her plan to escape her husband goes awry when he demands to travel with her.

Dalton King, believing lies his Texas Ranger partner tells him about Jo, seethes with hatred toward his wife. Now he must protect Jo from his partner’s twisted mind, while sorting out the truth. Jo’s bravery and loyalty convince him she’s innocent. But can they regain the love and respect they once shared?

The Cameron Sisters: Book II: Texas True

At a Governor's Ball in Austin, Texas, True Lee Cameron meets suave Sam Deleon. Before the night is out, she transforms from the coddled and protected younger sister to a woman in love. Reality crashes down when she accidentally learns he has deceived her. Daring to disobey him, she follows Sam to the oilfields and determines to live wherever he does. Has she made a mistake? Will she give up and return home where she can make her own rules?

When Sam Deleon meets the gorgeous young woman his mother has chosen for him, he fears falling in love, because he knows nothing about love. In order to carry out his mother’s plan, he marries True and moves her to his mother's home, intending to visit enough to set the plan in motion. When True fails to obey him, he faces the possibility of losing her, thereby losing his inheritance and the family property.

Sam and True attempt a reconciliation and compromise. Together, they now face a nemesis, someone who determines to thwart every action they take, endangering not only their lives, but also those whom they love.


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Celia Yeary-Romance...and a little bit 'o Texas


  1. Congratulations on your new release, Celia. Your covers are gorgeous! (And Happy Birthday,DB!)

  2. Celia,
    You're so creative here on your blog - love the balloons with birthday wishes for DBP! Your site is always so fresh and cheery! I'm glad you found a home for your wonderful series with DBP. I can't believe we share 3 publishers. :)

    Your covers are fantastic and I wish you continued success with all your books!

    Happy Easter to you and your supportive hubby!
    (Saw Sandra Brown under labels - I forgot she's a Texan too - another terrific author!

  3. Celia, I can't think of better book covers for your books. They are gorgeous. Best of luck for megasales!

  4. Celia,
    Happiness again for you! Love your covers and love sisters stories!

  5. NAOMI--thank you, dear. I do appreciate your comments. Celia

  6. DIANE-I know!! I can't believe we share three pubs, either. Small world. I wish a Happy, Joyous Easter for you, too. We need the spiritual break...don't you think? Celia

  7. Thanks, Caroline...the covers were my idea. What else besides bluebonnets and Indian Paint Brush? Thank you for stopping by....Celia

  8. JUDE--ah, another sister-story-lover. I also love series about brothers. Thank you so much for visiting...Celia

  9. Celia,
    I'm so glad Desert Breeze worked well for you. I LOVED Texas Promise and Texas True is Next in my Kindle Que! It's great to have you on board as a fellow Desert Breeze Author.


  10. Hi Celia-- I have both books and I am waiting for my next trip to start reading and enjoying. Happy Easter.

  11. Such beautiful covers. Sounds promising, titles about sisters :) Have a blessed Easter weekend. BJ

  12. Wishing you and Desert Breeze much happiness and success!


  13. STEPH--thank you for reading the books. I hope you like Texas's sort of my swan song for my WH. I have other shorts going, but nothing else full-length. I do have two or three in my head, characters from the three Texas Books, but haven't started any. Happy Easter--Celia

  14. MONA--thank you, too! I love to have something "saved" to read on a trip or just during down time. Celia

  15. Hello, B. J.--I love to read a series, so it was a natural to write one. Thankfully I had good subjects! Thank you for visiting...Celia

  16. MAGGIE-I can't believe you made time to leave a message. Now, go play with those grandbabies before they grow up! Celia

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