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Category Archives: echoes rising
From Comes a Horseman – still on the read through, but hopefully will be publishing soon! Michel had already lost too much. If he was alone, Kristopher doubted Liang and the others would ever hear from him again. For an … Continue reading
This week’s snippet is from Comes a Horseman. Finished edits, one final read through and I can start on formatting and getting it published! A siren wailed its warning too late. Air raid. Matt coughed. Smoke. Something was on fire. … Continue reading
The ebook of Shadowboxing, Book 1 in my WWII Echoes Rising series, is on sale until Wednesday NZ time. If you haven’t started reading this series yet, this is a great opportunity to grab at a reduced price before the … Continue reading
My April post at Love Bytes Reviews is about finding a balance between self-care and getting things done. Also don’t forget to check out the MM Hurt Comfort Promotion!
Shadowboxing, Book 1 of my Echoes Rising series, is on sale as part of the MM Hurt Comfort promo. #mmhurtcomfort #hurtcomfortromance #mmromance #glbtqromance #gayromance #annebarwell #mmhistorical #seriesstarter #KU #KindleUnlimited #EchoesRising #WWII Twenty-Nine authors (plus me!) are taking part: AE Via, … Continue reading
Shades of Sepia and Winter Duet are now available in paperback! Although the links are amazon, I’m publishing all my paperbacks wide, so they should also be available in your favourite places to shop.
I’m blogging about writing a series, and in particular Echoes Rising over at Dawn’s Reading Nook. Check out the post here. Thanks, Dawn, for hosting me.
Still working on Comes a Horseman. I need more hours in the day! “We’ve been in farmland before, but this…” Kristopher fought to keep the wistfulness from his voice. He needed to get used to living here and put any … Continue reading
Still working through Comes a Horseman, but now on my final read through before sending to my editor! “We are not working together, Fräulein.” Karl was wasting his time reminding her of something he considered a fact, but perhaps she … Continue reading