I am looking at the date on the calendar in disbelief. Perhaps even denial. 2016 just tore by, vanishing into yesterday before I could even catch up.
Amidst the politics and uncertainty, a few things stood out. For me, it was a year of achievement of personal goals, change and sadness.
Some amazing and wonderful people stepped into the pages of history. Many, sadly, before their time. We mourn them each in our own way. To those we love: we will never forget you.
On the positive side: I managed to finish two novels and begin two more; was thrilled that my Master of Illusion series achieved a second literary award; and embraced an unexpected change in lifestyle.
The last few months have been completely, totally mad. (My main New Year Resolution is not to neglect my blog.)
I’m honoured and thrilled to share the news that my latest novel, Angel of Song, was just announced as Bronze Medalist in the Modern Historical Literature Fiction category of the 2016 Global Ebook Awards!
This is the second Global Ebook Award for the Master of Illusion series in the Historical Fiction category.
Thanks to the wonderful team at Dan Poynter’s Global Ebook Awards for their support of self-published authors across the globe and, of course, for awarding my work once again.
Check out this shiny medal! I feel like an Olympian!
Angel of Song by Anne Rouen, winner of the Bronze Medal in the 2016 Global Ebook Awards for Modern Historical Literature Fiction