Victorian Fashion Sketches

Oh, how I love the research stage of writing a historical novel! I’m busy working on Rougemont #3, but I’m ready to take a little break, and I thought you might enjoy seeing the best of late-Victorian fashion in all its excessive, opulent glory.* The unwieldy bell-shaped skirts of the 1840-60s gave way to a […]

It’s #Rougemont2 Re-Release Day! Jewelry Giveaway + Blog Blitz

He owns three shipping companies, a diamond mine, and his own castle. He knows Portuguese, Hindi, Mandarin and Morse code. His assets net thirteen million. Lord Preston wants the one thing money can’t buy… (Imagine that intro in James Earl Jones’ voice.) I’m delighted to announce the “re-release” of #2 in the Rougemont Series, The King […]

New Release! Historical Christmas Novella

Presenting MARY’S CHRISTMAS KNIGHT, for those of us who go weak-kneed at the smell of hot cocoa, baking cookies, peppermint bonbons, and the most delicious chocolately baritone voice whispering in your ear. Poor Mary Cavendish, she’s trying to trim down in time for the next London Season so she’ll attract her “knight on a white […]

Author Callie Hutton’s Suffragette

I love “opposites attract” stories, so I’m delighted author Callie Hutton is here to talk about her historical romance, A Wife by Christmas. Moriah Densley:  Welcome, Callie! Ellie and Max in A Wife By Christmas seem to have almost nothing in common. Tell us more about the heroine and her complicated relationship with Max. Callie Hutton:  Ellie is […]

It’s Re-Release Day + Cover Reveal

I’m delighted to announce the “re-release” of my debut historical, Song for Sophia, Book 1 in the Rougemont Series. Wilhelm and Sophia feel like old friends, so it’s great to have their story back up. To celebrate, I’d like to share one of my favorite excerpts. I especially enjoy the midpoint of a love story, where […]

Guest Blog: Christi Corbett’s New Release

Please give a warm welcome to Christi Corbett, debut author. You’ll remember her guest post here on Weird Stuff Kids Say: Twin Humor. Today she’s here to talk about her new release, Along the Way Home, which is at the top of my must-read list. Take it away, Christi. First, I’d like to give a […]

New Historical! The King of Threadneedle Street

He owns three shipping companies, a diamond mine, and his own castle. He knows Portuguese, Hindu, Mandarin and Morse code. His assets net thirteen million. Lord Preston wants the one thing money can’t buy… (Imagine that intro in James Earl Jones’ voice.) I’m proud to present The King of Threadneedle Street, my newest historical (set […]

Top 5 Austen and Bronte Movie Adaptations

Some stories are so timeless they are produced over and over. Pride & Prejudice, Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights . . . Last time in Top 10 Desert Island Historical Movies, I picked obscurish period films, hoping I might suggest something new you’d want to see, then email me to discuss it late into the night […]

Guest blogging today at Romance Magicians

Join me and M.V. Freeman today at the Romance Magicians blog. We discuss why the hero of “Song for Sophia” is Rain Man with “X-Men” Wolverine’s attitude in Jude Law’s body, I swallow my pride and tell the contents of my rejection letters, why it was worth it to fight for my unconventional story, and Wilhelm […]

Song for Sophia featured on Preternatura today!

I woke to a pleasant surprise this morning. Suzanne Johnson, urban fantasy author of the newly released Royal Street, is featuring Song for Sophia today on her enormously popular blog, Preternatura! Suzanne has been my crit partner and dear friend (and mentor) these past few years, so why am I surprised? Preternatura is a blog about paranormal […]