Saturday, December 3, 2016

Author Highlight: Kristy Tate

For the month of December I'm doing an author highlight once a week, so I hope you can find some new books to read. These are all authors who won the Kindle Scout contest. I won in 2015 with SOLSTICE.

Introducing Kristy Tate:

Kristy Tate

Kristy lives in Southern Orange County with her husband, son, and her Schnauzer, Grendel. She studied English Literature at Brigham Young University and at BYU’s international center in London. She is an award winning and Amazon bestselling author.

Kristy's featured book this week is THE LITTLE WHITE CHRISTMAS LIE which is available on Amazon.

Carson Trent doesn't know that the beautiful Millie Cruise who literally falls into his lap on the morning train is really Camille Harper, a rock star of the romance industry.

Millie doesn't know she is headed for Carson's grandmother's picture perfect inn in a quaint New England town.

Neither Carson or Millie know that their lives are about to spin out of control thanks to a patch of black ice, a cow, and a little white Christmas lie.

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

COVER REVEAL: Mostly Murder Anthology

I'm thrilled to reveal the cover of MOSTLY MURDER, a short-story murder mystery anthology. I was excited to be invited into this collection, and I hope you'll enjoy my turn-of-the-century gothic tale.

My story is called TWO FACES:
When newlywed Vivian Wood discovers that her husband disappears every few days without explanation, she's faced with the reality that Simon is not the man she thought she married.

Coming December 1! I'll post the order links here soon.

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

COVER REVEAL: Falling Series

I'm excited to reveal the covers for my new Falling Series. Clean contemporary romance novellas.

Falling for June: Read now on InD'Tale Magazine
(Serialized in June 2016-May 2017 issues)
Coming to all e-book retailers Summer 2017

Falling for Sydney: Now on pre-order
Release date: December 2016

Falling for Maria: Now on pre-order
Release date: February 2017

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

LOVE IS COME in Audio!

I'm really excited to announce that my historical romance LOVE IS COME is now available in audio. Last year when I listened to the Audible version of THE NIGHTINGALE by Kristin Hannah, I fell in love with the narrator's voice, Polly Stone. I looked up more information about her and discovered that she'd been awarded Audible Narrator of the Year in 2015 for that book. So my instincts weren't far off.

With some trepidation, I found contact information and emailed Polly Stone with an inquiry. She agreed to do the narration under her pen name Barbara Stewart, which she uses for independent projects. The book was recorded in July, and then after production and review, it finally went live yesterday!

The neat thing about Audible is that you can get the audio for only $13.97, or with 1 credit of you're a member. Or if you've already bought the Kindle or Paperback version, you'll get an additional discount. I hope you'll enjoy Polly Stone/Barbara Stewart as much as me ;-) Happy listening!

Sunday, October 9, 2016

InD'Scribe Conference

I spent a long weekend in Burbank California at the InD'Scribe Conference attending great classes taught by Catherine Bybee, Jennifer Ashley, and more.

Here are some pictures...

Me with bestselling author Catherine Bybee... it turns out we're agent "sisters" which means we have the same agent. So I'm dressed up for a costume party (if you were wondering).

Me with amazing (and cute) writers Lori Cedergreen and Julie Brown (not my sister. lol.)

Although I've seen these ladies' books all over Amazon, this is the first time we were able to meet and get to know each other. Becky Monson is on the left and Jennifer Peel in the middle.

A pretty big surprise awaited me at the RONE awards. I won for Best Anthology with the All Hallows' Eve Collection, written with Sarah M. Eden, Annette Lyon, Elana Johnson, Jordan McCollum, and Lisa Mangum. 

Another nice surprise when I was able to have dinner with long, lost relatives that I rarely see. Frances Pumphrey and her mother came out from LA to visit.

Good friend author Julie Bellon is on the left, and TJ Mackay--the conference director queen--is in the middle.

Thursday, September 29, 2016

On submission: RUTH

I recently submitted my newest manuscript, a Biblical novel based on Ruth's story from the Book of Ruth. This is my submission letter to my publisher:

Dear ***,

I’m excited to submit my Biblical novel, RUTH, for your consideration. The manuscript is complete at about 70,000 words and follows the story of Ruth and her mother-in-law Naomi, as they face family tragedy together. Ruth leaves behind everything she knows in the land of Moab when she vows to return with Naomi to Bethlehem and take care of her. When they reach Bethlehem, destitute and troubled, Ruth works day and night to provide for Naomi. The kindness and generosity of their kinsman Boaz becomes a great blessing when Ruth is allowed to glean in his fields. As Ruth gets to know Boaz, she finds that her broken heart is starting to heal in ways she had never imagined. But when Ruth is faced with redeeming Naomi’s inheritance, Ruth may have to give up the last piece of her heart in order to forever secure their future.

I hope you enjoy the story, and I look forward to hearing from you.

All my best,
Heather Moore

Monday, September 26, 2016


I'm excited to announce that I'll be a contributor to the Regency Romance anthology A SEASON IN LONDON, with authors Elizabeth Johns and Rebecca Connolly. Coming January 2017! You can add to your to-read list on Goodreads.