Peyton’s Promise: Art Nouveau?

As Peyton works on reupholstering furniture in Calumet Castle, Art Nouveau fabric becomes a focus. But what is Art Nouveau? It was a popular aesthetic movement from 1890-1910. It was meant to modernize the Victorian-era with geometric and… Read More

Peyton’s Promise: A Surprise Reunion

Here’s an excerpt from Peyton’s Promise. I hope you’ll pick up a copy and enjoy…the rest of the story. “As I live and breathe, could it be the fair young lassie who stole my heart while I was… Read More

NEW RELEASE! Peyton’s Promise is here

Peyton’s Promise, my eighth Thousand Islands story, released yesterday! I hope you’ll pick up a copy and enjoy the story. Here’s the gist of it: Summer 1902 Peyton Quinn is tasked with preparing the grand Calumet Castle ballroom… Read More

Meet author Emily Wright

Emily Wright is a writer of inspirational historical fiction. She is the author of the three-part Civil War narrative Trials of the Heart series and has been published in The Copperfield Review and The Tennessee Magazine. Emily lives… Read More

Meet author Marguerite Gray

Marguerite Gray is the author of Hold Me Close, Surround Me, Bring Me Near, Draw Me to Your Side, and Wait for Me—Revolutionary Faith Series. She enjoys studying history and writing fiction. An avid traveler and reader, she… Read More

Meet author Janet Joanou Weiner

Janet Joanou Weiner is an American living in France for almost twenty years. She and her husband make their home in the 500-year-old Château de Planque, where she daily wishes the walls would tell her all the stories…. Read More

Meet author Mary Davis

Bestselling, award-winning novelist Mary Davis has over thirty historical and contemporary titles. She’s an ACFW member and has led critique groups for over two decades. Mary lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband of thirty-seven years and… Read More

Meet author Margie Wood

A long time Colorado resident, Margie Wood loves Victorian mansions and the rich history of the State. Margie’s happy places are sipping tea with good friends while dressed in Victorian fashions, and writing retreats in the majestic mountains…. Read More

Valentine’s Day treats

There are lots of Valentine’s Day treats—boxes of candies, decadent desserts, lovely cards. But if your loved one likes to read, giving the gift of a book will last much longer than the sweets—and not leave them with… Read More

Meet author Cynthia Simmons

Tell us about your newest book. My latest book is the third in the Southern Gold series. Peter and Mary Beth own a bank in the Confederacy. They don’t trust the paper money issued by the government and… Read More