Romancing September #RomancingSeptember – Day 9


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Welcome to Day 9 of Romancing September Across The World Tour. Today our guest is Debbie Peterson. Catch up with more from Debbie in a few hours with the second part of our tour when Stephanie chats to her.


Where is your home town?

Though I didn’t spend my early childhood here, I suppose I will have to claim Las Vegas since I have lived here for the greatest portion of my life.

How long have you been writing romance?

About six years ago I once again picked up my proverbial pen (keyboard) and wrote what ended up being my second published novel. Previous to that I spent about two years writing a few stories that I shelved when I made the decision to home-school my dyslexic daughter, but that’s a story for another time.

What is your favourite sub-genre of romance?

I love both paranormal and historical.

Tell us what Mariah does for a living.

Mariah Jennings is world-renowned artist.

What has she been hired to do?

She’s been hired to paint a series of castles for “The Gallery of Castles” project. Her final castle is in the highlands of Scotland and it is in this fictional castle where the story begins.

Who does she meet there?

Mariah meets the spirit of Sir Cailen Braithnoch, the very knight she has inexplicably been sketching and painting her entire life, as well as his entire garrison.

What must they discover together?

They must solve the mystery surrounding his death—a mystery that involves black magic.

Who is the jealous rival?

Evan MacGilroy meets Mariah the day she arrives in the village. He is immediately drawn to her and has every intention of winning her heart.

Tell us what you are working on at the moment.

I am working on the edits for my novel “Court of the Hawk,” which is more of a fantasy romance than it is anything else. This book will be published by The Wild Rose Press in 2015. I won’t get a release date until we reach final galley. At the same time I am working on my current WIP, which is another paranormal romance.

Where can readers find out more about you?


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29 thoughts on “Romancing September #RomancingSeptember – Day 9

  1. Ohh I love historical romances – and yours sounds fascinating, Debbie. Best of luck with being on Rosie’s and Stephanie’s blogs today. Hope you have a great day. Caroline x


    • Thanks so much June! The cover was created by a lovely lady named Debbie Taylor (DCA Graphics) for The Wild Rose Press. You always have to hold your breath while waiting for that cover and wondering what you’re going to get, but I truly fell in love with it when I first saw it!


  2. Your story sounds exactly what I enjoy most, both reading and writing – paranormal/historical/light romance. Best of luck with your writing, Debbie!


  3. Hello Rosie! I’m LATE! but I suppose that’s what I get for living in the Pacific time zone… Thank you so much for including me in your wonderful “Romancing September” blog! It is a pleasure to be here with you today!


  4. I just loved this book. I too enjoy historical and paranormal books. I have loved reading each and every one of your books and look forward with great anticipation to your next. I wished it was being released already. I also wanted to tell ya how much I love your new cover for Shadow of the Witte Wieven. had to buy a new one just for the cover…lol


  5. This has been one of my favorite books that I have read so far this year!! And I am looking forward to the “Court of the Hawk” release date. I have been having fun following this blog tour and discovering new authors and their books. I am glad however that I already read this one, one less one that I still need to read!!


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