Posts tagged Anne Barwell

Throwback Thursday – On Wings o...

Throwback Thursday – On Wings of Song by Anne Barwell

Thanks for hosting me, Grace. I’ve always been fascinated by stories about WWI, and especially the Christmas Truce when soldiers on both sides laid down their weapons and celebrated Christmas together. Putting faces to their enemies made it difficult for these men to fight each other again, and many protested the fact. Those in command […]

Throwback Thursday – Cat’...

Throwback Thursday – Cat’s Quill by Anne Barwell

Thanks for hosting me as part of your Throwback Thursday series, Grace. I’ve chosen Cat’s Quill—the first book in my Hidden Places series— for two reasons. Firstly, it’s my first published novel, and secondly because One Word, which is a side story to this one, is coming out on 6th November from Dreamspinner Press. Cat’s […]

Acceptance (Forbes Mates 3) – O...

Acceptance (Forbes Mates 3) – Out Today!!

Finding his mate is the least of Quincy’s worries–keeping Miles alive is the real priority…and will take every ounce of creativity Quincy has. Published by Dreamspinner Press Release date: July 8, 2016 236 pages Cover artist: Reese Dante   Blurb: Dr. Miles Grant acknowledges that his destined mate could be either gender even though his bisexuality cost […]

Guest Author: Anne Barwell

Guest Author: Anne Barwell

Thanks, Grace, for hosting me today 🙂 Literature plays an important part in On Wings of Song.  When Jochen and Aiden—two soldiers fighting on opposite sides—meet during the 1914 Christmas Truce, they find a common interest in literature.  Their discussion of Dickens and Tennyson leads to a mutual understanding, recognition of a kindred spirit, and […]

Guest Author: Anne Barwell

Guest Author: Anne Barwell

Thanks, Grace, for hosting me today  My upcoming release, Winter Duet, is the second in the Echoes series so I figured I’d blog a bit about the series, rather than just the one story. The first book, Shadowboxing, is set in Berlin in late 1943, Winter Duet takes place in Germany in 1944, and […]

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