Last year, my historical novel, The House of Women was released under the name of Anne Whitfield, like all of my previous books since I was first published in 2006.
However, due to life changes, I've decided to use a new pen name for my novels. Some of my older works will remain under the Whitfield name, mainly my short stories and modern romances. But my historical novels will be released, or re-released, under the name of Anne Brear.

A re-release is The House of Women, now under the name of Anne Brear.


Blurb:
As the Victorian Age draws to a close, lonely and brokenhearted, Grace Woodruff fights for her sisters' rights to happiness while sacrificing any chance for her own. The eldest of seven daughters, Grace is the core of strength around which the unhappy members of the Woodruff family revolve. As her disenchanted mother withdraws to her rooms, Grace must act as a buffer between her violent, ambitious father and the sisters who depend upon her. Rejected by her first love and facing a spinster's future, she struggles to hold the broken family together through her father's infidelity, one sister's alcoholism, and another's out-of-wedlock pregnancy by an unsuitable match. Caring for an illegitimate half-brother affords Grace an escape, though short-lived. Forced home by illness and burdened with dwindling finances, Grace faces fresh anguish -and murder- when her first love returns to wreck havoc in her life. All is not lost, however. In the midst of tragedy, the fires of her heart are rekindled by another. Will the possibility of true love lead Grace to relinquish her responsibilities in the house of women and embrace her own right to happiness?


Available in paperback and ebook.
Amazon USA
Amazon UK

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Comment by Francine Howarth on April 5, 2012 at 13:14

Hi Anne,

I don't think it matters all that much, as you say: What's in a Name?

When published before (no names no pack-drill 1990s) I not only penned historical and contemporary erotica, I      penned romantic mainstream inclusive suspense orientated novels. Since coming back to authorship post serious riding accident it was my choice to leave my old author name in the archives and attempt to recreate a new name. In the main my reason for going with new author image was because after the accident I felt re-born when things finally came right again in every sense of the word normal, and I didn't want my erotic hat trailing in my wake. I have now re-published to Kindle one earlier mainstream suspense novel with new title, maybe more later. At the moment I'm engrossed in steamy historical romances.

So yes, a new name is little more than a revamp makeover! ;)

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