Takeover Tuesday

Takeover Tuesday: June Foster

Happy Tuesday, Reader Friends!

June Foster has joined us today for Takeover Tuesday. She’ll be talking about her book, A Home For Fritz. Grab a cup of tea (or coffee) and chat with her!


A Home for Fritz

Last summer, my husband and I spent three months in the tiny town, Shell, Wyoming, population 50, at the base of the Big Horn Mountains. In our RV, we performed what is called “work-camping” at Shell Campground and Cabins. Mainly my husband worked. We gave them 20 hours a week in return for a free camping spot.

The owners, Kevin and Emily Clark are delightful people with whom we became good friends. We still keep in touch. They have a wonderful golden doodle named Fritz. My husband and I became good friends with Fritz as well.

About this time, my editor, Cynthia Hickey, asked any author who wanted to participate to write a story where the hero and heroine meet because of a dog. A Home for Fritz was born.

Since I’m a writer, I took full advantage of the majestic Big Horns, the city of Cody, home of Buffalo Bill, and a nearby, exclusive guest ranch, The Hideout, as fodder for my story.

Living at the RV park for three months, I had lots of time to meet the locals, including the people at the dude ranch. I interviewed the wranglers, the office lady, and local ranchers. Most exciting, the owner, Peter DeCabooter, gave me a tour of the facilities, the grounds, the pastures, the barn, and wrangler quarters. So when I wrote the book, I was able to visualize every scene.

Most exciting was getting to know the owners’ adorable dog, Fritz. Since the book’s publication, Emily told me she read the entire book to Fritz, and he loved it!

I hope you enjoy Fritz’s tail, I mean tale, as well.


About the Author

An award-winning author, June Foster is a retired teacher with a BA in education and MA in counseling. Her characters find themselves in tough situations but overcome through God’s power and the Word. She writes edgy topics wrapped in a good story. To date, she’s seen seventeen contemporary romances and several short stories published. Find June online at junefoster.com.

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About the Book

The Blurb: “All Brooke Cantrell wants is two weeks to live Brooke Radcliff’s life. But the one person who knows the truth resides in the room next to hers at Sunlight Peaks Guest Ranch. When Brooke falls in love with the handsome wrangler who works on the ranch, will her employer’s daughter tell him the truth Brooke hides?

Garrett Bowman has finally found peace under Wyoming skies at Sunrise Peaks Guest Ranch. Never again will he return to the demanding corporate life in Seattle, Washington. But will the guests recognize him from the incriminating newspaper and magazine articles eighteen months ago?

When Garrett’s dog, Fritz, is in grave danger, an intriguing guest helps Garrett get his golden doodle to the vet. As Fritz heals, he whines and begs until he can lay his head in Brooke Radcliff’s comfortable lap. Fritz has fallen in love, but so has Garrett.

If Garrett discovers Brook’s secret, will he walk away from her?

If Brooke learns Garrett’s true identify, will she turn from him like all the others?”

Links: Amazon, Goodreads

9 thoughts on “Takeover Tuesday: June Foster”

    1. Awesome. I hope you get a chance soon and enjoy my clean romances where Christian characters make mistakes, but find restoration through God’s power.

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  1. Toni, thank you so much for featuring me today on your blog. I always love the opportunity to tell the story behind the story. Fritz is the cuties dog you can imagine!

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