About jillhaymaker

I'm an attorney and hopeless romantic, I love to write romance and I love happy endings. Follow me on my journey

Moving on down

It’s a time of change for me. After 22 years in the same house I am in the process of downsizing. Yep, 4000 sq. ft. to 2000. I’m excited, this house had gotten way to big for me since my children all moved out. But, holy crap, I have accumulated a lot of stuff!!! (hint, don’t ever live in a house for 22 years).  This house was great: lots of walk-in closets, a full basement and a three car garage, so many places to put stuff, lots and lots of stuff! I didn’t get rid of things-buy a new couch? move the old one to the basement; buy a new bed? move the old one to the basement; old work files? store them in the basement! What a nightmare. My house wasn’t cluttered, just full. And now it isn’t. After three months of countless trips to Goodwill and ARC, and the landfill and various recycle centers around town, I have started to make a dent in my “treasures”.

My moving date is fast approaching, two and a half more weeks, the roughly 590 pictures that hung on my walls are down. Things too precious to give up are packed in stacks of boxes and my house looks bare, so bare! Will the remains of my life really fit in a 26ft. moving van? I hope so. It was time–probably past time. We all need to declutter our lives once in a while. I feel good about the thing I let go-mostly.

I’m excited for a new chapter in my life. This time I swear I’m not going to accumulate anything I don’t need. Will it work? Time will tell. Check back with me in another 22 years!packing pic

Free ebook romance

If you haven’t already read it yet, the third book in my Peakview Series, Colorado Cabin in the Pines, is free for your kindle today through Sunday at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01DMTHWKQ

Can two former high school sweethearts find their way back to love, when Penny returns home the beautiful Colorado mountains for the summer? Can Luke ever learn to trust her again after she broke his heart once? Find out in this romance about second chances. Come home to Peakview, where everyone has a chance at love.

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Enter for a chance to win

Have you read my novel, Colorado Wrangler? Enter to win the book and a mega spring bundle of fantastic contemporary romances from an amazing collection of authors, 1 of 20 bookstore gift cards, PLUS a Kindle Fire or Nook Tablet! Enter the contest by clicking here: bit.ly/western-azbb-may17  When you’re done, leave a comment to let me know you’ve entered! May-17-PromoCombo-WESTERN

Colorado Winter Moon

Book number 6 in my Peakview Series, Colorado Winter Moon is now available at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0716F4ZSW

Jill Haymaker brings you back to picturesque Peakview, Colorado in this small town western romance. Sam Phillips has given up on love since the death of his wife. With only his small dog, Marshall, for company, he’s content to live out his life alone. That is until he meets the perky and vivacious, Vickie Dalton at her son’s wedding. There’s just something about her that makes him want to reopen his closed heart.

Vickie, widowed at a young age, has spent her life raising her children and grandchildren in Tumbleweed, Wyoming. Romance for herself is the farthest thing from her mind when she travels to Colorado for the wedding. But when she looks into those bright blue eyes, she senses that Sam in one of a kind. Is she too old to take a chance on love, especially if it means leaving her home and grandchildren behind?

Under the glow of a Colorado winter moon, can these two lonely people discover a passion they thought was long gone. Can they find a way to juggle family and location to be together? Come home to Peakview, Colorado where everyone has a chance at love.

 

Trailer Colorado Winter Moon

Hi all. Check out my trailer for the sixth book in my Peakview Series coming later this month. I think you’ll enjoy Sam and Vickie’s story. Come home to Peakview, where everyone has a chance at love. https://youtu.be/s8HRFB9-PeA

Writer Wednesday

Hi everyone. What a busy month March has been for me. I’m furiously working on getting the 6th book in my Peakview Series, Colorado Winter Moon, ready for release in April. Check out the cover below.

Today I did an interview on Margaret Locke’s Writer Wednesday. Check it out here.              https://wp.me/p3z4iK-14V

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