Bluebonnets in Texas

The state flower of Texas appears along most of the roads and highways throughout the Hill Country. It’s one of the main reasons to just take a drive through the countryside and enjoy the day. All types of wildflowers are actually seeded…and if the rain is plentiful (like in 2010), then the Bluebonnets are absolutely out of this world.  Today is the official launch day of my first Harlequin Intrigue, Hill Country Holdup, and there’s not one mention of a Bluebonnet in the book. LOL But, yes, it does take place in the Hill Country of Texas.  

The picture today was taken this past spring near Austin by my youngest daughter. Even on a cloudy day a field of wildflowers just begs for its picture to be taken. And shared. 

 And here we come to the point of my brand new blog… A Picture A Day… will be sharing pictures and how they inspire. Some of my guests will be authors, some pre-published, and some days it will just be me. I hope you’ll share how you’re inspired: either by the photo I offer or your own.  



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9 Responses to Bluebonnets in Texas

  1. I just finished reading Hill Country HoldUp! Woo Hoo! I was so excited to finally get your book, Angi and now it’s here!! Seeing it in the store was such a kick. Way to go and big congrats to you for all your hard work. Enjoy your release day.

    And I adorethe wildflowers in Texas- Thanks, LadyBird–bluebonnets particularly speak to me, so I love your picture a day idea.

    • Angi Morgan says:

      Thank you Marti !! I’m so glad you liked the book. Can’t wait until it’s your turn.

      Glad you like the idea of the Picture Blog. I wanted to have a new idea and everyone loved the pictures on my previous blog…so…there ya’ go.


  2. Linda Graves says:

    Congrats on the release day, and I should have my copy soon. Thanks for the picture, the bluebonnet has always been one of my favorites. My mom would take my kids every year to a big patch for pics when they were little. Good memories!

    • Angi Morgan says:

      So do all grandmothers take the kids to a field for the best and most remembered pictures? >>very big grin<< 'Cause my mom sure took lots of pictures of my fields in wildflower fields.

      Thanks for stopping by, Linda. And thanks for the congrats. It's too exciting for words.

  3. EllenToo says:

    Like Linda the bluebonnet has always been one of my favorite flowers and I love the time of the year when they cover the roadsides. I also love the idea of a picture blog. You can be sure I’ll bookmark this site and come back often.

    • Angi Morgan says:

      WOO HOO Ellen !! I hope you’ll share the bookmark with all your friends. Thanks again for the great review on eHarlequin and for all your support as I venture into the INTRIGUE world.


  4. Darah Lace says:

    Ooh, it’s awesome, Angi. Love the look!

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