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Category Archives: echoes rising
I’ve been interviewed by Catherine Curzon & Eleanor Harkstead, and answered questions about my road to publication, co-writing, writing across genres, researching WWII for Echoes Rising and books that have influenced me. Thank you for having me! You can read … Continue reading
Comes a Horseman has been nominated for the 2018 Paranormal Romance Guild’s Reviewers Choice Awards! Voting starts January 19th.
The ebook for Shadowboxing, the first in my WWII Echoes Rising series is on sale for .99c all through June at DSP Publications as part of Dreamspinner’s Pride Month Sales. Great opportunity to read the first book in the series … Continue reading
I’m at fellow NZRRW author Jamie Sands’ blogging about why I write historicals. Thanks for hosting me. You can check out the post here.
I was catching up on Twitter this morning and found this: Comes a Horseman is one of Heather’s – from Padme’s Library – best books of 2017! Thank you! Read the post here
Linda Tonis at the Paranormal Romance Guild has reviewed Shadowboxing and given it a four star rating. Thank you! Read the review here
Wow. Comes a Horseman is one of Maryann’s picks on the Novel Approach Reviews for best book of 2017. She has some lovely words to say about the book, and the series. Thank you! Read the post here.
My monthly post at Love Bytes takes its title from the lyrics of ‘Auld Lang Syne’ as I look back at the year that is coming to a close.
* Comes a Horseman was 3rd-tie runner up in the gay historical romance category of this year’s Rainbow Awards! AND it was also a finalist in the best gay book category. A big congrats to all the winners, and a … Continue reading
My November monthly post at Love Bytes Reviews is about writing and music, and is in part inspired by the orchestra concert I played in last night.