Please Pardon My Technical Goof
Yesterday I created a post that was exclusively for my newsletter subscribers and was password protected. I meant for the notice not to go out until tomorrow and ONLY to the subscribers. Many, many of you have written to me asking for the password. I’m so sorry to be a tease. I hope you’ll forgive me.
If you’d like to read the special, TOP SECRET blog post, you can 1) subscribe to my newsletter and be privy to special stuff like this or 2) give me a few weeks and I’ll take this post public. But I do need to put my subscribers first, as I promised them I would.
My newsletter will be going out tomorrow with the password. You can subscribe here. I think it’s worth it. Grin. And, honestly, a newsletter helps keep me from being too beholding to the likes of the tech giants Amazon and Facebook, so I really would appreciate your support. One day, because of my politically incorrect, Christian world view, I’m liable to just disappear off the worldwide web. Stranger things have happened.
But if you’re not interested in subscribing, keep your eyes peeled and you’ll see the post open up in a few weeks.
Thanks again for all your interest in little ol’ me. Y’all are awesome!
Posted on August 21, 2019, in Ladies in Defiance and tagged a lady in defiance, Grace be a Lady, heather blanton, hidden identities, johnson county wars, legends of the old west, Old West History, old west legends, true west, unsung heroines of the west, west, western history, western romance, Westerns, wild west history, Wild West Shows, women of the old west, Women of the Wild West, women who settled the west, women who went west, Women who won the west, Wyoming History, Wyoming romances. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
Hi Heather, I am a newsletter subscriber and I wanted to read the scene in Grace Be A Lady. But when I clicked on the link it didn’t lead me anywhere? It just led me to my own WordPress site. Not sure what to do?
Suzannah, let’s try this link and you should have the password, yes? https://ladiesindefiance.com/2019/08/20/grace-be-a-lady-written-too-well/