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Biography

Sharon is the author of the best-selling m/m romances, Snow Angel and its sequel, Angel Heart, 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.

Among others, my poems, articles and short stories have appeared in the following and forthcoming publications. Many have featured my work on more than one if not several occasions. I should like to take this opportunity to express my thanks for their interest, support, compliments, and enthusiasm.

Musa Publishing
Loose-Id
Red Velvet and Absinthe – Cleis Press
Radgepacket – Byker Books
Midnight Street
Roadworks
Aoife’s Kiss – Sam’s Dot Publishing
Changeling Press
Untreed Reads
MLR Press
Aspen Mountain Press — AVOID THIS PUBLISHER (see reports at Pred & Ed, Piers Anthony and Writers Beware)
Night to Dawn
Ascent
Gothic Fairy Tales
Whispers of Wickedness
Fantasy eZine
Forbidden Fruit Zine
Dark Moon Rising
Legends Magazine
Gay Flash Fiction
Cleansheets
Mocha Memoirs
The Black Rose
Carillon
Authors Network
The Pygmy Giant
Paragraph Planet
Full of Crow
Epiphany Magazine
Storyteller UK
Spirit Wind
Wind City Times
Litport Echo
Bideford Buzz
The Crier (News and Community Diary)
Real Gardeners
I also had the privilege to work on a very special project: Publicity articles and reports for The Really Wild Nursery & Arthritis Care SW “Breaking Down the Barriers” Garden Project, including the entry for the Malvern Spring Show Catalogue and a piece translated into Braille, placed at the entrance to the exhibit.