Today I have the great pleasure of introducing you to Jennifer Uhlarik, a wonderful historical romance author. If you are into reading the novella collections that are so popular right now you might already recognize her name. Now I get the joy of giving you a glimpse of the person behind those delightful stories. At… Continue reading Author Interview: Jennifer Uhlarik
The Pirate Bride by Kathleen Y’Barbo Genre: Historical Romance, 1730’s, Carribean/New Orleans Plot Overview: 12-year-old Maribel is taken from her home by her pirate father who is thrown overboard when privateers take over the ship. Believed orphaned Captain Jean Beaumont takes her onto his vessel until better arrangements can be made. Over the months together,… Continue reading The Pirate Bride by Kathleen Y’Barbo
April 2018 New Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Contemporary Romance: Pelican Point by Irene Hannon — After inheriting a crumbling lighthouse, ex-Army doctor Ben Garrison wants to sell it. But Hope Harbor Herald editor Marci Weber is determined to save the town landmark.… Continue reading April 2018 ACFW New Releases
The Winner of Under Prairie Skies is Rose! Congratulations, Rose! Under Prarie Skies by Cynthia Roemer I love how great a job Cynthia does with character development. She has never failed to fully flesh out her characters and make them relatable and Under Prairie Skies is no different. You can read the review of the first book… Continue reading Under Prairie Skies by Cynthia Roemer
I am so excited to have Cythinia returning for another interview this month. Her second novel is set to come out in a couple weeks and I couldn’t resist the opportunity to interview her again. Just in case you missed her first interview, you can find it here. Once again I am offering a Rafflecopter… Continue reading Under Prairie Skies: Interview with Cynthia Roemer
The Innkeepers Daughter by Michelle Griep Squee!!! Michelle has managed to sweep me away again. I have been waiting for another Bow Street Runner Book since I first read Brentwood’s Ward (review here). As soon as The Innkeepers Daughter was up for preorder, I preordered it… and then I preordered again a few months… Continue reading The Innkeeper’s Daughter by Michelle Griep
Authors are unique creatures. They live in dark caves and talk to people that don’t exist in the physical world. Once in a while, they emerge into the light, blinking and searching for a cup of Starbucks and a handful of chocolate. They spend months, sometimes years, writing stories that leave you wondering where the day… Continue reading Want to Help an Author?