Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Rionna Morgan with Morgan K. Wyatt


Morgan as a child had to suffer through movies with clueless heroines rescued by smart men. Her mother dutifully read her stories where princesses waited for princes to jumpstart their lives. There were no proactive female role models in the media at that time, with the exception of Wonder Woman. It is for this reason, and that it is fun, Morgan writes about strong women going after what they want.

Here at Chanting of Muses we asked Morgan to give us 10 reasons why we should read her book?
  1. It will make you sigh 
  2. It will make you laugh 
  3. You’ll learn about the Eastern coastline 
  4. It includes a short tutorial how to load a Navy Colt. 
  5. It will introduce you to a charming alpha male in Gray 
  6. You’ll cheer for Emily in her search for a fiancĂ©. 
  7. You’ll be amazed what the Widow Jones will do to get a man. 
  8. It will give you a greater respect for draft horses. 
  9. You’ll learn the dangers of a New England winter. 
  10. Best of all, you’ll have fun.

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Emily Sewell couldn't remember when she fell in love with her neighbor, Gray Masterson. He unfortunately didn't really notice her as a woman until the eve of his leaving to fight in the Civil War. A magical evening ensued with him asking her to wait for him. News that he's been killed on the battlefield propels her into action. She knows he is alive - she just has to find him. The only thing between her and her true love is miles of swamp land, a major war, and her own doubts. Emily wrestles with Gray's possible death, imprisonment, or that he's unwilling to return to her. Can a sheltered Southern Belle navigate the horrors of war to retrieve her fiancé? Emily is willing to try.

From one Morgan to another! Thank you for visiting Chanting of Muses today. Can't wait to learn how to load that Navy Colt! How thrilling.

All the Best,
Rionna

12 comments:

  1. Thank you for hosting today!

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    1. MK,

      You are welcome! Thank you for the wonderful author and story to work with!

      All the Best,
      Rionna

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  2. Morgan,

    It is wonderful to meet you! Thank you for spending the day with us here at Chanting of Muses!

    Smiles from Montana!
    Rionna

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  3. Good Late Morning Rionna,
    It is a bit of a late start for me, but a start none the less. Thanks for hosting on your lovely site.

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  4. Your story sounds intriguing. I love historicals and have always been drawn toward Civil War stories. Best of luck with lots of sales.

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  5. Hi Paisley,
    Thanks for stopping by. A point of interest is some publishers don't consider Civil War era as historical because it isn't old enough yet. LOL

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  6. Morgan, Your story sounds wonderful! I love strong heroines and I'm pleased the Civil War is making a comeback in romance novels!

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    1. Hi Kirsten,
      I am so happy you like the Civil War tales. I was told when I wrote the story that no one would publish a Civil War romance. Maybe the War is making a comeback. Thanks for commenting.

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  7. It sounds like a good read. And learning how to load a Navy Colt...how interesting is that? I've always been fascinated by Civil War stuff. :)

    Pen

    pmettert @ yahoo dot com

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    1. Hi Pen,
      I did a lot of research to find out what really happened during the Civil War. Thanks for commenting.

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  8. It's been fun catching up with you, Morgan. I enjoyed getting a peak of your awesome book!

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    1. Hi Angela,
      I appreciate your dedication to the tour. Thanks a million.

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