Welcome to the official website for author Angela Christina Archer!

The best place to find my latest news, blog posts, links to all my available titles, as well as information on my upcoming titles.

Being a wife, mother, homeschool teacher, homesteader, blogger, author, and small publisher with a serious coffee addiction leaves little time in life. People ask me how I do keep my sanity?

While I’d love to tell them that it’s actually quite easy, I can’t. I would be lying if I did. However, would I change any of it? Would I change any of the daily chaos thrown at me from four o’clock in the morning until nine o’clock at night?

No, I wouldn’t—not one single aspect of it.

In September of 2007, after laid off from my job, I woke up and sat in front of my computer. I had an itch. I didn’t know if I could do it, if I could write, but a flicker of light burned and I knew I had to find out. While I will be the first one to admit that the first several drafts of my debut novel were beyond awful, with time, practice, and a few workshops, I found my voice and learned the craft.

It’s been a long road with all of my titles, and I foresee a long road ahead still, but I’ve loved every single inch of this adventure and I can’t wait to continue on. While most of my stories are Historical Romance, I have a Contemporary and a Chick-Lit that will publish soon.

In December 2014, I launched my own publishing house, Long Valley Press, and I can’t wait to watch it grow with hard work. I love hearing from people, so if you have any questions or comments, feel free to email me at authorangelachristinaarcher@gmail.com or angelaarcherlongvalleypress@gmail.com

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4 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. Just finished The Woman on the Painted Horse while I should have been getting ready to work. It was worth being late. 🙂 I loved the story. I really thought it wasn’t going to be able to wrap everything up by the end of the book and I’m so glad it did. I loved that the love scenes were not graphic. I don’t really need to read every detail. I have an imagination for a reason.

    1. Thank you so much for you kind words, Ruth. I’m so happy that you enjoyed it. It’s all any author wants, really. As for the . . . ahem, scenes, yes, they are like that in all of my books. I can barely get through writing them, let alone imagine someone reading them.🙂 Thank you for stopping by today and letting me know you enjoyed it. You made my year!

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