Hello from my home to yours! Thank you for stopping by the web site of Denise Weimer books. These include my Canterbury House novels: The Restoration Trilogy (White, Widow and Witch), modern romantic renovation suspense with back stories from three different centuries, and The Georgia Gold Series (Sautee Shadows, The Gray Divide, The Crimson Bloom, and Bright as Gold), literary historical fiction set during the turbulent mid-1800s. Please click on the tabs above for more information.
Denise Weimer holds a journalism degree with a minor in history from Asbury University. A former magazine writer, she is a substantive editor for Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas as well as the author of The Georgia Gold Series, The Restoration Trilogy and a number of romantic novellas due for release in upcoming months. Represented by Hartline Literary Agency, Denise is a wife and swim mom of two daughters who always pauses for old houses, coffee and chocolate!

NEWS
Coming May 2018: Across Three Autumns:
A Revolutionary War in Georgia Novella of The Backcountry Brides Collection through Barbour Publishing!

Upcoming 2017 events:

October 7: Mountaineer Festival, Clayton, GA

October 14:  Mule Day at Callaway Plantation, Washington, GA

Connect with Denise on Twitter!

Where to purchase the books:

Ask your favorite local store, be it big or small, to order your copy through their supplier. 

The list of stores stocking The Georgia Gold Series and The Restoration Trilogy include:  The Old Sautee Store, Sautee, GA; Mt. Yonah Book Exchange, Cleveland, GA; Books With A'Peal, Cornelia, GA; Walls of Books, Commerce, GA; Books-A-Million, Gainesville, GA; Books-A-Million, Anderson, SC; The Corner Bookstore, Winder, GA; Genuine Georgia, Greensboro, GA; Durham Apothecary & Museum, Maxeys, GA; Local Color, Lexington, GA; Elizabeth Ann Florist & Artisan Market and Walls of Books, Watkinsville, GA; and Stately Oaks Plantation, Jonesboro, GA.

 

The novels are also available for purchase online at Amazon and B & N, and in ebook versions!

Announcing the independent Kindle re-release of Denise Weimer's first novella written, Redeeming Grace. Only $2.99.  Free on KU.

https://www.amazon.com/Redeeming-Grace-Hills-Habersham-Novella-ebook/dp/B01FT16NKA


Searching for something she cannot define and breaking under the stress as a rising star at The Metropolitan Opera, Grace Galveston travels to Tallulah Falls, Georgia, for a reprieve. In the summer of 1886, Tallulah Gorge, with its multiple waterfalls, spectacular mountain scenery, and lavish resort hotels, was already known as “The Niagara of the South.” Even amid the crowds and excitement surrounding the attempt of an aerialist to cross the chasm on a high wire, Grace hopes to find peace. Unexpectedly, though, the trip sheds light on the secret pain in her heart. Can the blessing of friendship and the possibility of love with a local minister guide her toward healing? Or will their differences and the call of her life back in New York mean even greater heartbreak?


"The best book ever!" - Courageous Words Blog


"Like a visit to ... the post-Civil War South. This novella provided both entertainment and thought-provoking discussion about spiritual matters. Loved reading it - and sad when I finished it." - author Elaine Marie Cooper