Thursday, September 20, 2012

New Blog, New Website, New Look

Drum Roll, please...


Today my new website and blog went live. If you'd like to continue following my blog, please visit me at and

Hope to see you there!

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Great Aunt Grace, a Young Girl's Mentor

Stop by Lyn Cote's blog on Strong Women/Brave Stories to read about my great-aunt Grace, a strong woman during an era that required much bravery.

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

If you want to see how I envision my latest hero & heroine, Warren and Espy, check out RelzReviews'
character Spotlight on Her Good Name. She's also giving away a free copy courtesy of Wynn Media.

Monday, August 13, 2012


For another chance to win my new Maine historical, Her Good Name, leave a comment on Anita Mae Draper's Author Memories blog. I've written a post about old graveyards in downeast Maine.
Author Memories

Saturday, August 11, 2012

Enter for a Chance to Win!

Stop by the Book Club Network's Finding Hope In Reading Groups blog: The Book Club Network Inc for a chance to win a copy of my August book, Her Good Name. Just leave a comment regarding your thoughts on the Cinderella theme in Her Good Name. The Book Club Network is hosting a month long birthday bash featuring 10 Christian novel giveaways each day!
Stop on by.

Wednesday, July 25, 2012


To read an interview with regency author Regina Scott and have a chance at winning her latest book, The Captain's Courtship, go to

Monday, July 16, 2012

If you'd like to support a Christian author & her family's missions trip to the Czech Republic, buy a book at her virtual garage sale. Books by various Christian authors have been donated, as well as numerous titles of Tricia Goyer's. Sale goes through Wednesday.

Friday, April 27, 2012

Intriguing Bible Fiction

This May '12 release from River North (Moody Publishers) sounds like my kind of read: educated women ahead of their time.

Remarkable Talent Threatens To Cloud A Life
The prophet Nehemiah's cousin can speak several languages, keep complex accounts, write on tablets of clay, and solve mysteries. Her accomplishments catapult her into the center of the Persian court—working long hours, rubbing elbows with royalty, and becoming the queen’s favorite scribe.
Not bad for a woman living in a man’s world: so why does Sarah feel like a failure?
A devastating past has left Sarah with two conclusions: that God does not love her, and that her achievements are the measure of her worth—a measure she can never quite live up to.
Darius Pasargadae is accustomed to having his way. A wealthy and admired aristocrat, the last thing he expects is a wife who scorns him.
Can two such different people help one another overcome the idols that bind them?

Friday, March 9, 2012

My first single title in a couple of years will soon be out. Moody Publisher's new River North fiction imprint will release Her Good Name in August. 
     When an immigrant’s daughter lands a job in the town's best neighborhood, she hopes to attract the most eligible bachelor...only to find that catching his eye is a far cry from capturing his heart.
      Espy Estrada has a lot to learn about love.  In the 1890's thriving coastal town of Holliston, Maine, the leading lumber baron’s son, Warren Brentwood, III, returns from his years away at college and traveling to take up his position as heir apparent to his father’s business empire.
      Esperanza Estrada, daughter of a Portuguese immigrant fisherman and a local woman, lives on the wrong side of town, surrounded by a brood of brothers and sisters and a careworn mother. She is unable to pretend she is anything but “one of those Estradas.” When she overhears of a position to clean house at a local high school teacher’s home on Elm Street, she jumps at the opportunity—to be able to run into Warren Brentwood now and again, but also to imbibe of the culture and intellectual atmosphere of the Stocktons.
     When rumors about Espy and her respected employer begin to circulate, the entire church congregation and then the community pronounce judgment on her behavior.  Warren believes the lie and his loss of faith in her causes Espy to give up without a fight. She leaves her family and hometown for the nearest city with little money and no acquaintances and is forced to spend the night on the street.  A man who heads a mission for the homeless finds Espy and offers her shelter. Espy finds the true love of God while working at the mission. Will she be able to forgive the townspeople and return home?

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Come read about the history of Valentine's Day in the regency period.

Thursday, January 12, 2012

  I've just discovered a great blog for lovers of regencies, particularly those with an inspirational bent. Right now there's a vote on for favorite books. Just take a look at all the beautiful covers and vote on your favorite!