Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Sandra Moore, writing as S. Dionne Moore, was named one of five favorite new authors in the 2011 18th Annual Heartsong Awards. Her historical Pennsylvania releases are set in Johnstown, PA (Promise of Tomorrow) Mercersburg/Greencastle, PA (Promise of Yesterday) and Gettysburg, PA (Promise of Time, May 2011). This November all three books release as a collection called Promise Brides.

Summer of 2011 watch for A Shepherd's Song, the first in her Wyoming Historical Romance series, followed by The Cattle Baron's Daughter (winter 2012) and Valley of the Heart (spring/summer 2012).

Sandra resides in the rolling hills of Cumberland Valley, PA--a transplanted city girl and glad of it! She enjoys ferreting out little-known historical details and crafting a story around them. To learn more about Sandra and her work, visit her at http://www.sdionnemoore.com/.

Sandra is giving away a copy of her book, Promise of Time. Be sure to stop by The Borrowed Book on Friday for your chance to win!


  1. We're visiting Pennsylvania right now, and are thirty or so miles north of Gettysburg. Every time we visit the area, we're reminded of the tragedy that took place there.

    I enjoyed Promise of Tomorrow and look forward to reading Promise of Time.

  2. I'm leaving a comment so Sandra will use her indoor voice :-)

  3. We were experiencing some problems with the comment box this week. Not sure if the problem was with Blogger or something else. Regardless, our apologies to those who tried to leave comments and were not able to.

  4. Sandra, I really enjoyed doing this video with you. Thanks for being so much fun to work with!


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