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Category Archives: Rainbow Awards
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
It’s the day for Comes a Horseman, which has received an Honourary Mention in the 2017 Rainbow Awards! Check out the post here and the lovely reviews that came with it. Thank you! Padme’s Library has also featured Echoes Rising … Continue reading
Family and Reflection has received a honourable mention in this years’ Rainbow Awards! Doubly exciting as that means both books I entered this year have received honourable mentions. Big thanks to Elisa and the judges.
As it’s 2015 here already… I’m hoping it’s a better one than 2014 which had far too much family health issues going on, which doesn’t work well with deadlines. Still, looking back I managed to get quite a bit done … Continue reading
A lot has happened this month, and with being behind in updating I’ve decided to put my news into two posts. This post is The Sleepless City related. Tomorrow I’ll post updates about Echoes – my WW2 series. Shades of … Continue reading
Shades of Sepia and Elizabeth Noble’s Electric Candle have both received honourable mentions in this years’ Rainbow Awards. You can read the judge’s comments for Shades of Sepia here, and Electric Candle here.
This is my third year being on the jury for the Rainbow Awards. They’re well worth checking out, both for authors, and for readers wanting to find new authors and books to read.