Sharon is the author of the best-selling m/m romance, “Snow Angel”, and with numerous small publishing credits, her first novel receiving a favourable response, and several books now available, the muses have definitely found a home at aonia…
When people ask me to explain my work, only one word springs to mind: Diverse. I’ve written fact and fiction in almost any genre. So far, I’ve been extremely lucky in that I have had the opportunity to do this, but I’ve also, often, had the pleasure of crossing genres. Thus, crime, horror, fantasy, action, adventure, fairy tales, gothic, erotica, non-traditional romance, and slipstream, are themes I’ve use in any combination.
I'm trying to write regularly for Changeling Press and there will be a sequel to Hounding the Beat at the end of this year called Mistletoe and Whine. I'm also working on a companion book to Acting Out -- not a sequel as such, but the story of one of the subsidiary characters. Other projects include The Teacher a m/m historical coming later this year from Musa Publishing and I am part of the team behind the second series of Space 1889 & Beyond, which includes an often barely there gay romance.
Space: 1889 is a role-playing game of Victorian-era space-faring, created by Frank Chadwick and originally published by Game Designers’ Workshop from 1988 to 1991 and later reprinted by Heliograph, Inc. in 2000 and 2001.
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Untreed Reads is proud to present Space: 1889 & Beyond, a brand-new series of books based on the award-winning steampunk role-playing game created by Frank Chadwick. A universe in which Victorian science has breached the barrier of Earth’s atmosphere and is spreading out among the stars.
I was pleased to be approached and commissioned to write for this series. I’m delighted to have been given such great characters to play with, and awestruck to receive the approval from an editor and author like Andy Frankham-Allen, and an author/creator like Frank Chadwick.
The official press release can be found on my website.