Historical Landmarks ~ Burkel Estate #romance #historicalromance #amreading #amreadingromance

When I took my research trip to Montgomery, I had wanted to stop by Slave Haven Underground Railroad Museum in Memphis. Unfortunately, time got away from us and we couldn't stop. I still would love to visit the place, though. Maybe one day I will. Even though I wasn't table to see it in person, [...]

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Love in Bloom Giveaway Hop #sweetandspicyromance #romance #historicalromance #amreading #amreadingromance #giveaway

Welcome to my stop on the Love in Bloom Giveaway Blog Hop hosted by Bookhounds! So what do I have for you on this stop? A prize gift package including $10 Amazon Gift Card and a free eBook! To enter click on "Enter Giveaway". Alexandra Monroe is a slave smuggler, smuggling slaves north to Tennessee [...]

Debut Novel, Take Two #sweetandspicyromance #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 lying if I didn't say that I wasn't already thinking about what to [...]

Through the Eyes of a Captive ~ Book Blurb #sweetandspicyromance #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 to release that just yet, but for today, I will release the blurb. [...]

The Woman on the Painted Horse #sweetandspicyromance #CoverReveal #writing #amwriting #writerslife

Next to the moment where I finally hold my novel in my hand, revealing the cover and announcing my release date have been an occasion I've looked forward to for....well in all truth, years, but especially in since signing my contract. So, with no muss, or fuss, without further ado, here is the cover for The Woman on [...]