Happy 2013 to you all!
I appreciate you visiting my website and for your
support in the past. No one is more aware of the
changing world of publishing than writers, so please
know that you are cherished if you are a lover of words
Myers, in my opinion, is one of the great
romance writers of our time..."
-- Sharon Galligar Chance, Sharon's Garden of
This past year I wrote my 50th book. It's part of a
series, so I don't have a great deal of news to report
yet on release dates. Please keep checking the
Coming Soon page for updates.
I'm still living in East Texas--although I must admit
there are fewer and fewer pine trees due to the
harvesting of mature/old timber. Add the terrible
drought we saw in 2011- 2012, and the inevitable fires,
our landscape has seen some changes, as so many states
have. However, I'm happy to report that 2012 ended up
bringing us back to "normal" average rainfall--not that
the lakes perfectly reflect that yet.
Dog lover that I am, my companions remain my four
rescued dogs--Ben, who is now between 15 and 16, Pete
about to turn 11, Meg 4-1/2, and Louie, who our vet says
is between 7 and 9. Louie proved Dr. Smith wrong too
many times since his arrival that it's impossible not to
believe that he's going to be with us for a good while
When I'm not gearing up for some DIY project (I love
Nicole Curtis' Rehab Addict and Property Brothers!),
communing with the flora and fauna, and trying to fight
the elements and gophers attacking my vegetable garden,
my interests continue to be politics and astrology and,
always, catching up with friends. I recommend Susan
Astrology Zone for monthly insight into what's going
on in the heavens. I find Chinese astrology equally
intriguing and helpful. That said, February will begin
the Chinese New Year, which will bring us the Year of
the Black Water Snake. Google
2013 Chinese New Year for more information--you'll
find some interesting insights on how things may line up
for us in the coming months.
For you blog lovers, sorry, that's not me, but you can
contact me via this website, or find me on
Facebook under Helen Myers. Thanks again for your
support, and may you and yours be blessed this year!
- Myers Guest Speaker At Commemoration Ceremony
Helen performed her poem What Is A House? on
Saturday, September 21, 2013 for the unveiling of the
National Historic Site plaque issued by the United
States Department of the Interior to Oaklea Mansion.
Click here to learn more!
THE DASHING DOC
is available for pre-order now! Find it at
Barnes and Noble, or check with your favorite book
store for availability!
Can a matchmaking pup bring a
city slicker and a small-town doctor together? Find out
in Helen Myers's first Sweet Springs, Texas story!
When city girl Brooke Bellamy rushes to Sweet Springs,
Texas, to be by her ailing aunt's side, little does she
know that she's headed straight into a whirlwind of her
own! Managing Marsha's floral shop and keeping an eye on
her aunt's mischievous basset hound, Humphrey, is hard
enough. Luckily, Marsha's neighbor, veterinarian Gage
Sullivan, is more than willing to give a helping hand
with the stubborn pup…among other things!
- HELEN'S FIRST MINISERIES ANNOUNCED!
Thanks to those of you who've asked
Helen to write stories with connecting characters in
previous books. She did one loosely tied trilogy with
THE PIRATE O'KEEFE, KISS ME KATE, and AFTER YOU (all
Silhouette Desires in the '90s). Now she's been invited
to do a miniseries!
Sweet Springs, Texas!
Welcome to Central East Texas and the fictitious
town in what really is Cherokee County. In a triangle
between Dallas, Texarkana, and Houston, we're not far
from Tyler, the Rose Capital of the World, and Kilgore's
Oil Museum. It's still piney woods country, and gorgeous
ranch country. It's small-town America where people
still wave to each other as they drive by, and you don't
need to know Kevin Bacon to figure out there are only a
few degrees of separation between one person and
Click here for more info.