Sunday Dinner with Louise M. Gouge

Sunday Dinner

For today’s Sunday Dinner, I invited Louise M. Gouge. Award-winning Florida author Louise M. Gouge writes historical romance and women’s fiction. With a BA in Creative Writing and a master’s degree in liberal studies, Louise taught composition and humanities at Valencia College in Kissimmee, Florida. Now happily retired from teaching, she writes full time.

Sunday Dinner with Donna Schlachter

Sunday Dinner

For today’s Sunday Dinner, I invited Donna Schlachter to talk about her latest release, Rollie’s Riddle. She’s also offering the chance to receive a free e-book to one commenter (details below).

A hybrid author, Donna writes squeaky clean historical and contemporary suspense. She has been published more than 60 times in books; is a member of several writers groups; facilitates a critique group; teaches writing classes; ghostwrites; edits; and judges in writing contests. She loves history and research, traveling extensively for both, and is an avid oil painter.

Sunday Dinner with Crystal Caudill

Sunday Dinner

For today’s Sunday Dinner, I invited Crystal Caudill. Crystal is the author of “Dangerously Good Historical Romance”, a wife, mother, caregiver, book hoarder, history nerd, and tea snob. She lives outside of Cincinnati with her family, where they play lots of board and card games.

Sunday Dinner with Susan G Mathis

Sunday Dinner

For today’s Sunday Dinner, I invited Susan G Mathis to talk about her latest historical romance Mary’s Moment. Susan is an international award-winning, multi-published author of stories set in the beautiful Thousand Islands in upstate NY. Susan has been published more than twenty-five times in full-length novels, novellas, and non-fiction books. She has ten in her fiction line including Mary’s Moment. Find out more at

Sunday Dinner with Denise Weimer

Sunday Dinner

For today’s Sunday Dinner, I invited Denise Weimer. Denise writes historical and contemporary romance and romantic suspense mostly set in her home state of Georgia. She’s authored a dozen traditionally published novels and a number of novellas. A freelance fiction editor, wife, and a mother of two daughters, she always pause for coffee, chocolate, and old houses.

I also have a professional connection to Denise. Several years ago, she acquired A Strike to the Heart for Iron Stream Media, and has since been my freelance editor for all my historical romantic suspense stories. I highly recommend her editing services (which she mentions later), and I’m so thrilled to have her as a guest to talk about her latest story.

Sunday Dinner with Heidi Chiavaroli

Sunday Dinner

For today’s Sunday Dinner, I invited Heidi Chiavaroli. Heidi is a hope-inspired storyteller writing from the deep curiosity of her own heart. Her debut novel, Freedom’s Ring, was a Carol Award winner and a Christy Award finalist, a Romantic Times Top Pick, and a Booklist Top Ten Romance Debut. Her second Carol Award-winning novel, The Orchard House, is inspired by the lesser-known events in Louisa May Alcott’s life and led her to write The Orchard House Bed and Breakfast series, a contemporary twist on Little Women. Heidi makes her home in Massachusetts with her husband and two sons.