My debut novel
- Release Day is Coming!July 1st, 2012
Just who is this Keli Gwyn?
I'm an inspirational historical romance author under contract with Barbour Publishing. My debut novel, A Bride Opens Shop in El Dorado, California, will be released July 1st. I live in the heart of California's Gold Country at the foot of the majestic Sierras. My favorite places to visit are my fictional worlds, the Coach factory outlet store, and Taco Bell.
If you'd like to learn more about me visit www.keligwyn.com or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Agent: Rachelle Gardner at
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Author Archives: Keli Gwyn
My gorgeous new website is live! You’ll find it at http://www.keligwyn.com. This is my final post on this blog site. In order to receive my posts, you’ll need to visit my stunning new site. Once there, click the blog link … Continue reading
Exciting changes are afoot! Talented web designer Jason Walker of Website Ministries has been working hard creating my new website. I can’t wait to reveal the results of his artistry. The site is stunning! My blog is going to be … Continue reading
The Victorians liked to pose for photographs. The early Daguerreotype came about in 1839, when the inventor Samuel Morse returned to the U.S. after visiting Daguerre in Paris. Ambrotypes and tintypes followed in the mid 1850s. The carte de visite … Continue reading
I’m delighted to welcome romance writer Roxanne Sherwood Gray as my guest. We met online back in 2008, and I was impressed with what a sweet person she is. When we first connected, I learned that her life had undertaken … Continue reading
I’m honored to feature Amber Perry. I recently discovered her blog, the Historical Christian Romance Review, and am impressed by her reviews, her support of historical romance authors, and her appreciation of the faith element in the books she reads. … Continue reading
The Victorians were quite romantic. Every etiquette book written in the period that I’ve seen includes a chapter on writing love letters, for example. Love letters, however, were only one way young Victorians conveyed romantic messages, which could be difficult … Continue reading