Friday, November 25, 2016

Blast From The Past – Guess the author

It's that time when we glimpse into the past of one of our Craftie Ladies. The first reader to correctly guess this month's author will receive a print copy (US only) of the author’s upcoming release.

Ready? Here we go…
This is me on my horse Wimpy, back when I was twenty-two and still showing horses every weekend.  For anyone who is into horses now, I know the clothes and my equipment will give them a giggle, because even in the world of horses, styles really have evolved!

After all these years, I still love horses, though after years of breeding quarter horses and thoroughbreds, we now have just three.  My husband calls them pasture ornaments because I don't have time to ride as much as I'd like, but just taking care of them makes my heart feel good!

Do you know who this is?  Well, here's one more hint. In 1995, this author’s first manuscript won the RWA’s Golden Heart in the long contemporary category.

Leave your guess in the comments to be entered in the contest. And be sure to look for more clues in the comment section throughout the day.


Good luck!


Mary Alford



  1. Scraproni, you are the winner. Please email me at and I'll forward it to Roxanne. Thanks for playing.

  2. Congrats. Scraparoni.

    I love these glimpses into the lives of my fellow authors.

  3. I knew Roxanne from the first paragraph. Love the retro photo, too. I'm not sure styles have changed for the better. You're looking good.

  4. These are so much fun! And I never know who it is, LOL. I love learning more about my fellow LI authors.

  5. Love the glimpse into Roxanne's past! So fun! Congrats, Scaproni, on winning the contest!

  6. I love doing the blast from the past post. I get to know our authors so much better. Thanks to every one of you for participating.


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