Amazon Best-selling Historical Romance

Amazon Best-selling Historical Romance
Escape to a romantic period where love endured, grew, and flourished despite a Civil War.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

New release: Storm-tossed on the Atlantic Ocean, recognition dawns on Cari Brooks as she spies who rocked her boat. The last person she expected to run over her in a Carolina Skiff was her ex-fiancé, but the last thing she saw before her world flooded was Blake Sebastian’s frantic brown eyes.
The ghost of a past love trampling any hope for a new one. She clung to the memory like a security blanket to keep her safe from love, but she didn’t even realize it. What was she doing in his world again? Why now?
One look at her, and the years melted away. Blake just wanted to wrap her in his arms and tell her everything would be okay, but would it? It never had before. He sighed. What was she doing out on the storm-tossed Atlantic Ocean and whose boat had she sunk? Blake was full of questions and determined he’d get the answers. A storm blew them together again, but would they stay? Stranded on an island with her ex. Sweet contemporary romance set in Florida. A second chance novel.

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Have a Smoky Mountain Christmas. After a broken engagement, Sierra goes to the Smoky Mountains seeking peace & a new beginning. Will she find it? She should’ve been a June bride, but the wedding was postponed. She was supposed to be a Christmas Eve one, but not anymore. Handsome park ranger, Landon Jordan, wants to show Sierra around Tennessee. Brand new release. Spend Christmas in the Smokies this year for only $2.99. Free cornbread dressing recipe in back of book to stuff the Christmas turkey.

A broken engagement. Christmases alone. Will Sierra spend this one alone - Smoky Mountains … …

Monday, December 1, 2014

Snag a Great Cornbread Dressing Recipe for Christmas

Join Maggie & Danny for an antebellum Christmas this year and snag a free cornbread dressing recipe for the holiday. Wonderful Christmas gift for the readers in your life. Awesome cornbread dressing recipe at the end. Southern Writers Magazine showcased as a Must Read. "I was so enthralled with this story that I had to keep reading it to the very end." Indie Award winner. Love and romance endure, grow, and flourish. Experience the antebellum South with Maggie and Danny and weather the storm with Cammie and Noah.

Friday, October 3, 2014

Louisiana Sunset New Release by B. J. Robinson

A powerful, beautiful story of love and heartache emerges from award-winning author, B. J. Robinson, Amazon bestselling author of River Oaks Plantation, Romance under the Oaks, Weeping Willows, and more. River Oaks Plantation was showcased in Southern Writers Magazine as a Must Read, chosen as a Grace Awards finalist, and is an Amazon bestselling novel. Romance under the Oaks and Weeping Willows are also bestselling books. 

In the wake of personal tragedy, two people are brought together, but Lilly fights an internal battle haunted by a broken relationship in her past. Levi is a bookstore owner and pilot, called to defend his country. Deep in Louisiana swamps against a backdrop of Louisiana sunsets full of love, romance, and heartache, Lilly must confront her deepest fear while Levi confronts his in a raging war. Can Lilly learn to trust and love again? Will her dreams of always and forever be restored, or will life and war get in the way? 

A personal tragedy brings two people together and one man stands beside her and loves her through it all. A beautiful, powerful story of love, forgiveness, and second chances. 

Watch for Louisiana Sundown and Mysterious Ways, the next two novels in the Love Grows in Mysterious Ways in the Bayou Series. Louisiana Sunset may be read as a stand alone. Historical romance full-length novels.This one is thirty chapters and an epilogue.

Thursday, June 5, 2014

Marcy G. Dyer Visits my Blog

Marcy G. Dyer is a Registered Nurse and suspense author. Like so many other writers, she began writing at a very young age, but never took herself seriously as a "real" writer until about ten years ago when she began taking courses and learning the craft of writing.
She currently has two novels from the Desert Winds Series available: Down & Out and Out for Blood. Blood & Lies releases in November of 2014 and Lies & Alibies follows the next winter.
In addition to writing, Marcy is a freelance editor.
Marcy is an alumnus of the Christian Writer's Guild and long-time member of American Christian Fiction Writers and a member of EPIC. She hosts a small critique group for ACFW and is involved in two other critique groups. For anyone seriously interested in becoming an author, she recommends a strong, diverse critique group to help authors hone crafts. She has also been a judge for the Grace Awards and Olympia contest.
In addition to maintaining her website,, Marcy hosts a blog to help those with autoimmune diseases. While many autoimmune diseases aren't visible, they still cause chronic pain and disability. If you would like more information, please visit
As followers of Jesus Christ, Marcy and her family are active members of Crossroads Fellowship in Odessa, Texas. Sermons are carried live via the web at our online campus - at the following times on Sundays - 9:30 & 11:00 and 5:00 & 7:00 central time.

Monday, March 31, 2014

Blog Hop on Writing Process

I'd like to thank Belinda for inviting me to be a part of the Blog Hop on the Writing Process and extend a warm welcome to her as I introduce her.

Belinda G. Buchanan is a writer of edgy, women’s fiction and mystery romance.  Her first novel, After All Is Said And Done, frequents amazon’s top 100 in women’s fictions and is a story about infidelity, healing and forgiveness.  Her other books include:  The Monster of Silver Creek, a mystery/romance, and her latest, Seasons of Darkness – a coming of age story about a young man struggling to live among the shattered remains of his family after his mother’s suicide. 
Married to her soulmate of twenty-three years, and a mom to two boys, she lives in the bluegrass state of Kentucky along with a menagerie of animals that includes two persnickety cats, one hamster, and a dog that thinks he’s a person.

Belinda loves to chat almost as much as she likes to write so come on over and visit her on facebook or twitter.  And if you’re a pinner come find her on pinterest.

Now, it's my turn to share insight about how I handle my writing process and my work environment. First, I share it with three pets who keep me company as I write: Sunflower, our golden cocker spaniel, Honi, our golden retriever, and Frankie, our shelter cat.


I have a novel titled Louisiana Sunset in progress with the first three chapters completed and edited. Just getting a new Mac and switching from Windows and my old desktop is slowing me down a bit. I have to learn my new computer. Usually, since I'm a morning writer and do my best work then, I put on coffee, grab my red bird coffee cup with an inspirational verse on the inside, and settle down to write in the wee hours of the morning when all is quiet.

Just Completed Work

I've just completed and released a plantation novel titled Romance under the Oaks set in New Orleans and Vacherie, Louisiana. It's a historical romance love story about the first plantation owners, Jacques and Celina. Their conflict is Celina loves New Orleans, but Jacques loves the quiet plantation life and wants to move her fifty miles from her beloved city to swampy bayou country. He builds Live Oaks Plantation on River Road in Vacherie. Along comes the Civil War, and Celina is stuck out in the sticks and must escape in a buggy through the woods when the Yankees steam up the Mississippi River. She has to get out before the shelling starts. Though life as planters knew it is gone with the war, romance lives on under the oaks.

Novel Showcased as a Must Read by Southern Writers Magazine

River Oak Plantation is a plantation American Civil War novel, historical romance, released in December. It has been doing very well, on and off Amazon's best-selling list in two categories since its release, Civil War and Christian historical romance. Readers love this one. It's unique with dual story lines and dual love stories and blends the past with the present. Journey through the antebellum period with Maggie and Danny and weather the storm with Cammie and Noah. Despite a Civil War, killer hurricane, and raging, rising Mississippi River, love endures all, grows, and flourishes like the cotton and sugarcane.

Why I Write

It's my passion. I can't not write. Through writing, I've come closer to Jesus, read more of God's Word, and helped others in the process as well as myself. I have made many new friends through the people I've met in the process, and God has placed people in my life to help me along through my writing journey, just as He has with my life journey. I thank God for all those blessings.

Why I Write What I Write

I grew up on Nancy Drew and read every one of her mysteries I could get my hands on, so I've been drawn to mystery and suspense, thus I began with romantic suspense. Touring old plantation homes has been a love of mine, and I felt drawn to write about them and history. I enjoy learning from the research involved with writing historical romance, and I find the antebellum period so interesting. I love researching that era, and it makes writing fun. You'll find mystery and suspense within the pages of River Oaks Plantation even though it's historical. I've been told it's unique, and readers say that's what they love about it.

Friday, March 7, 2014

River Oaks Plantation Showcased as a Must Read in Southern Writers Magazine

 River Oaks Plantation has been on two different Amazon best-selling lists, Civil War and Christian historical fiction and showcased in Southern Writers Magazine as a Must Read. Check it out.">