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Category Archives: Echoes
My shiny paperback copies turned up! Shades of Sepia | Shadowboxing
I’ve been interviewed by A.L. Lester, and there’s also a bit about Shadowboxing. You can read the interview here. Thanks for having me.
I’m over at Anna Butler’s blogging about writing Shadowboxing and characters who take over. Thanks for hosting me! You can read the post here
This week’s Rainbow Snippet comes from Comes a Horseman, Book 3 of my WWII Echoes Rising series. They both froze at the knock at the front door. “Open up,” someone yelled in German. Matt turned around, pushed past Ken and … Continue reading
Lucy Marker interviewed me about Shadowboxing. Very insightful questions, including why I write realistic characters, and strong women, from someone who has read the book. Check the interview out here
This week’s Rainbow Snippet is from Shadowboxing. The 2nd edition is out from DSP Publications on 31st May. His eyes glazed over; he was fighting to stay conscious. “Kristopher?” Jerking free from Michel’s embrace, Kristopher reached inside his shirt, his … Continue reading
My WWII series Echoes has a new name and a new home! Shadowboxing and Winter Duet will be republished as a 2nd edition by DSP Publications in May and December 2016, respectively. They will be followed by Book 3, Comes … Continue reading
Phoenix, a Winter Duet short story, written for Lex Chase’s Flash Fiction Friday is now up on her site. It’s a side story to the last chapter of Winter Duet, book 2 of my WW2 series Echoes. Be warned: it … Continue reading
I’m blogging about Shadowboxing at Sjs Peterson’s today for her Throwback Thursday series.