One Contemporary in a Sea of Historicals #romance #contemporary #BoraBora

I’ve often been asked why I chose to break from the historical romance sub-genre for my fifth novel, The Parking Space. Honestly, the reason is I just wanted a break. Historical romance novels take a lot of time and research and having… Read More

It’s all about keeping it personal . . . #romance #contemporary #humor #cat #amreadingromance

I get asked a lot if I ever put personal information or stories in my novels. Well, the answer to that is “of course”! I love putting personal touches in my writing. It makes it extra fun when friends and family notice… Read More

Women of the Klondike #romance #historicalromance #amreadingromance #writing #Klondike

I remember reading a review for my novel IN THE LAND OF GOLD once that stated that a woman couldn’t have made it up the Klondike trail during the gold rush—especially living through the unbelievable and harsh conditions that I unrealistically created… Read More

Ah, the luck of the Irish #romance #historicalromance #amreadingromance #amreading

One particular question that keeps being asked about my hero, Flynn O’Neil, in my novel IN THE LAND OF GOLD is why did I make him Irish. Honestly? I did it because I love the accent. Yep, that’s why. It’s just that… Read More

Happy 12th Anniversary to Us! #anniversary #12thanniversary #marriage #wedding

Yesterday, my husband and I celebrated our 12th Anniversary. I can’t believe it’s been 12 years. We met in 2002 at my sister’s work birthday party at Claim Jumper. They worked together and her boss had invited me to the lunch they… Read More

Debut Novel, Take Two #writing #amwriting #romance #historicalromance

I started my debut novel, The Woman on the Painted Horse, on September 18, 2009 (Wow, eight years? Where has the time gone?), and while I still have three years left in my contract with Soul Mate Publishing for it, I’d be… Read More

InD’tale Review ~ A Road Paved in Copper #romance #historicalromance #Nevada #mining #amreading

Early September brought in the review I’d been waiting for. I’m happy to say that A Road Paved in Copper received 4 Stars from InD’tale Magazine! Abandoned at an orphanage as a young girl, Ava De La Vega had little in the… Read More

Through the Eyes of a Captive ~ Book Blurb #romance #historicalromance #nativeamericanromance

I’ve been struggling for months with the blurb to my 2018 release, Through the Eyes of a Captive, and with the help of beta readers, I think I’m ready to make it official. While I do have the cover, I’m not ready… Read More

Change of Cover ~ As the Liquor Flows Cover Reveal #romance #amreading #mobsters #historical

While I never thought I would do this, I can’t hold it off any longer. Of course, when I designed the cover for As the Liquor Flows I was beyond excited for it. It was my first cover, I loved it, and… Read More

A Road Paved in Copper by Angela Christina Archer

Originally posted on Romance Novels for the Beach:
A historical western romance that sets the glimmering city of San Francisco against the harsh desert of Nevada. What’s it About? Armed with her six-shooter, Ava De La Vega dips the pen into the…

Men. Either they want to love her or they want to kill her. From the dirt and grime of her gold mines in Nevada to the fanciest hotel rooms on the streets of San Francisco, Ava De La Vega lives exactly how… Read More

A Road Paved in Copper Paperback Cover Reveal #amreading #historicalromance #romance #coverreveal

In just 15 short days, A Road Paved in Copper is set to release! I can’t wait to share Ava and Craig’s story with all of you! This particular story has become quite the favorite of all of my titles. I sincerely… Read More

A Road Paved in Copper #CoverReveal #writing #romance #amwriting #author

Drum roll please! I’d like to share with you the cover to my next novel due in the Spring of 2017. This is by far the most excited I’ve been about a book cover. The photographer is a dear friend of mine,… Read More

Helen Wright is done with love. Left at the altar then stood up by a blind date, her only ‘significant other’ is her real estate career and her fat, orange tabby, Charlie. When her wealthiest client fires her then bad mouths her… Read More

InD’tale Review: As the Liquor Flows #romance #historicalromance #mobsters #amreading #author

The official review from InD’tale Magazine has arrived and I am┬áthrilled to announce that As the Liquor Flows received a 4.5 star review!! 4.5 stars!! That’s the highest rating I’ve received so far and one that I’m especially proud of because aside… Read More