Anne Brooke has been writing for eighteen years and is the author of seven novels, numerous short stories and poems. She was shortlisted for the Harry Bowling Novel Award in 2006, longlisted for the Betty Bolingbroke-Kent Novel Award in 2005, and shortlisted for the Royal Literary Fund Awards in 2004 and the Asham Award for Women Writers in 2003. In addition, she has twice been the winner of the DSJT Charitable Trust Open Poetry Award.
Her gay crime novel, The Bones of Summer, is published by Dreamspinner Press and available from Amazon. The prequel to this, Maloney’s Law, is published by PD Publishing and also available from Amazon. In addition, another gay crime novel, A Dangerous Man, is available from Flame Books, and her romantic comedy novel, Pink Champagne and Apple Juice, and her crime novel, Thorn in the Flesh, are both available from Goldenford Publishers, and as eBooks from Bristlecone Pine Press.
She admits to being a closet birdwatcher. More information can be found at www.annebrooke.com or at www.myspace.com/annebrooke. She also keeps a terrifyingly honest journal at http://annebrooke.blogspot.com.
Patricia Duncker, Maria McCann, Barry McCrea, Joseph Hansen, Stephen Donaldson
Gay crime novel, Maloney's Law, has just been published in the US by PD Publishing and is available at Amazon.
The eBook version of Thorn in the Flesh (psychological thriller) is published by Bristlecone Pine Press in the US and available from Mobipocket and Amazon Kindle.
Gay fantasy novel, The Gifting, is doing the rounds of publishers.
The follow-up to Maloney's Law - another gay thriller called The Bones of Summer - is being edited.
Hallsfoot's Battle, the follow-up to The Gifting, is still at the writing stage.
Writing and reading gritty gay-themed fiction and dark poetry, theatre-going, bird-watching, opera.
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