Author Archives for Carla Neggers

CLAIM THE CROWN on sale

November 2, 2022 2:45 pm Published by Comments Off on CLAIM THE CROWN on sale

Claim the Crown is on sale in eBook for just $2.99! It’s the story of a woman whose life is changed when she and her twin brother inherit a mysterious fortune. There’s romance, intrigue, suspense and, if I recall correctly, pumpkins.

I mention the pumpkins because they evoke one of the key settings in the book, the quiet spot in New England where Ashley Wakefield and her brother were raised, unaware of their dramatic origins.

And because it’s November and I love seeing all the pumpkins on doorsteps and thinking about pie at Thanksgiving (if not sooner).

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Autumn Giveaway!

October 4, 2022 2:05 pm Published by Comments Off on Autumn Giveaway!

We’re celebrating autumn with a giveaway! One lucky reader will receive a limited-edition Swift River Valley mug (only a few left!), an autumn-themed box of Vermont’s own Lake Champlain Chocolates and signed copies of two of my books set this lively time of year, Cider Brook and Rival’s Break.

Click here to enter.

It’s near peak foliage here on our Vermont hilltop. I’m loving the cool, crisp days and stunning views on my walks and runs along the river and in the hills. Great time to write, too.

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Deal Alert: The Widow is on sale!

September 26, 2022 1:02 pm Published by Comments Off on Deal Alert: The Widow is on sale!

My bestselling novel, The Widow, is on sale in eBook for just $1.99 through September! It’s set in Boston and Mt. Desert Island, Maine (Acadia National Park), two of my favorite places.

The Widow by Carla Neggers is an emotionally charged romantic thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat…a fantastic read!…The story is riveting and the climax will leave you breathless!“—Romance Reader at Heart

Enjoy!

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An Irish castle walled garden

September 23, 2022 12:58 pm Published by Comments Off on An Irish castle walled garden

It’s no secret I love visiting gardens. On our recent trip to Ireland, we once again wandered through the walled garden at beautiful Dromoland Castle, now a stunning hotel near Shannon Airport.

My photographing abilities don’t do the garden justice but hope you get the idea! 

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Ireland’s Black Valley

September 4, 2022 8:03 am Published by Comments Off on Ireland’s Black Valley

Ireland’s Black Valley is one of our favorite spots to hike on our many visits to this beautiful part of the world. When I came up with the idea for my next Sharpe and Donovan installment, I knew part of it would be set in the Black Valley. Tentatively titled Return to Declan’s Cross, it doesn’t have a pub date yet but I’m working on it. I’ll be offering a “sneak peek” in the coming weeks.

Here’s a photo I took on our first hike in the Black Valley. The cottage ruin is a well-known site on the Kerry Way, a marked hiking trail we crossed on our own route. … Read More


The Killibrew Sisters are back

August 28, 2022 8:10 am Published by Comments Off on The Killibrew Sisters are back

Life has changed a lot since I wrote Trade Secrets and Family Matters early in my career as a published author, but Juniper and Sage Killibrew and their adventures are as much fun as ever. I’m delighted these two short, classic romances are now available as eBooks.

As Harlequin put it when Trade Secrets was first published, “Carla Neggers is one of seven children, so she knows all about the ties that bind. Which could be why she handles the family shenanigans in Trade Secrets with such aplomb.”

I wrote Family Matters amid two moves and the birth of my son, now a web developer in Boston. Time d… Read More


Late summer reading, writing and hiking

August 21, 2022 8:05 am Published by Comments Off on Late summer reading, writing and hiking

Summer is holding on here on our hilltop. We went hiking with the grandkids recently. We took the popular Bridle Path trail up Rattlesnake Mountain overlooking beautiful Squam Lake. Afterward, Joe and I hung out with my brother and his wife in Meredith on Lake Winnipesaukee. A memorable late-summer day.  

Like so many places, we need rain here in northern New England, but my pot of basil is hanging on. I made pesto and froze it in a heart-shaped ice-cube tray. Not sure if the gang will go for heart-shaped pesto instead of sherbet! A nice late-summer drink is to freeze sherbet in a cute tray and drop a c… Read More


Christmas in…August!

August 15, 2022 12:40 pm Published by Comments Off on Christmas in…August!

≠Summer is flying by here. The holidays will be upon us before we know it.

Well, before I know it. This year I mean to break my habit of waiting until the last minute to shop for Christmas presents. I won’t buy everything because I love to shop when everything’s decorated and feeling festive, especially on Wassail Weekend here in Woodstock, Vermont.

For shoppers early and late, a fun gift for audio lovers (yourself included!) would be Christmas at Carriage Hill, a Swift River Valley romance novella. I’m delighted that it’s now available in audio. Reader-favorite Sus… Read More


Summer means blueberries!

August 1, 2022 7:13 pm Published by Comments Off on Summer means blueberries!

It’s blueberry season in New England. I just pulled a batch of blueberry muffins out of the oven. Never mind I didn’t add enough baking powder, they taste great. Hard to go wrong with blueberries.

Wild blueberries in particular have featured in a number of my books, including the first book I ever submitted to a literary agent and publisher. I remember typing The Venus Shoe on a rented typewriter with my then infant daughter beside me. It’s a favorite of longtime readers, available in eBook if you’d like to dip into my early days as a writer.

Emma Sharpe in my Sharpe and DRead More