Print, Audio, and Foreign – Oh My!

Ever have a truly epic moment that deserves to play in slow motion, with the Chariots of Fire soundtrack in the background? Well, I just had three — count ’em — THREE. I’m hoping you’ll pop the proverbial cork with me and celebrate some good news. First, all of my books came out in print, I just had […]

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 […]

Victorian Christmas Wish Lists & Jewelry Giveaway!

Please join me today at BestsellerBound Recommends, where I discuss what Wilhelm and Sophia from SONG FOR SOPHIA would want for Christmas. A few items on their wish lists won’t be surprising if you already know those characters, but maybe a few things will surprise you! Be sure to enter the giveaway for these Victorian-style earrings. […]

Kissings Skills, Fan Language & Fun Facts

  Today on Rachel Van Dyken’s blog: “My Hero Is A Bad Kisser”  Who likes male virgin stories? You do? Well, Wilhelm has never even been kissed. Or at least, that’s what he says. In this excerpt, Wilhelm has  just won a bet with Sophia, and the collateral is a kiss… read the post here. And by the […]

Interview & Jewelry Giveaway at Angela N. Blount’s Blog

Today I’m on Angela N. Blount’s blog with a fun interview and jewelry giveaway. We discuss the ups and downs of publishing, Victorian hippies, zombies (really!), and what’s coming next in books. We’re also giving away these autumn jasper and Tibetan silver earrings. You know me, I just love making jewelry. Come by and say […]

Say it With Song: Writing Music & Emotion

Hi, my name is Moriah Densley, and I can’t write a story without music. Specifically, musician characters. I like to think the crucial moments of a story work better through the filter of music. It’s more comfortable than facing the possibility that my characters [me] hide behind the music. I’m still getting used to the intimate, […]

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 […]

Check Out This Gorgeous Cover: Song for Sophia Re-release!

Drumroll, please. I had to sit on this a while, waiting for the final approved version, and it darn near killed me. And now you see why, right? It’s stunning, isn’t it? Elaina Lee at For The Muse Design outdid herself, and I’m delighted with the piano in the background, especially. Let’s make it official: I’m […]

Good News: NRCA Win!

This was my dessert, which the lovely Angela N. Blount ate in my honor at the NRCA ceremony. So I was hanging out at the YMCA pool, rockin’ my visor hat and counting the four heads of my children to be sure none of them stayed underwater for long, when my phone rang. East coast […]

Guest blogging today with Amanda L.V. Shalaby

I’m guest blogging today with fellow Crimson Romance author Amanda L. V. Shalaby about my historical novel Song for Sophia. She asked me a question that made me realize all the families in my stories are … well, weird. Check out the interview here. Feel free to stop by and say hello.