Whisper of Yesterday

A cry for help, echoing through the ages, inspires a young nobleman to rewrite history– and rediscover a passion he had only dreamt of… More

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About Julie A. D'Arcy

Julie A. D’Arcy - was born in Bendigo, Australia in 1957.
In her formative years, she lived in Sunshine, Melbourne until she moved to North East Victoria.
She attended Caulfield Institute of Technology, Victoria, where she studied Art and Design, majoring in Ceramic Art. (Now Monash University)
After leaving college, she returned to Wangaratta, where she set up her own pottery business specializing in fantasy pottery, an art in which she still dabbles.
Julie now lives with her life partner Philip and their spoiled Tonkanese cat named Jessalyn and her Ragdoll cat Abby Rose. Julie began writing her first novel in 1994. She is also a great believer of the Celtic religion and loves anything Celtic. Most of her books reflect a small amount of these beliefs.
Julie is an author of seven full-length novels, and two novellas, with three more works in progress. Her genres include Fantasy, Fantasy Romance, Urban Fantasy, Paranormal, Ghost, Witch, and Vampire Romance, Erotic Romance, Shapeshifter and M/M.
Julie has been writing for around nineteen years and has been published almost as long.
Her first published novel won the 1999 Dorothy Parker RIO Award for Women's Fiction. And the same novel and her second were nominated and shortlisted for several other prestigious awards, including the Australian RWA Ruby Award, the U.S.A. PEARL AWARD and the SAPPHIRE AWARD.
She has written for publishers such as ImaJinn books, Mundania Press, Moongypsy Press, Eternal Press, Noble Romance Publishing LLC, Secret Cravings Publishing, I Heart Book Publishing, LLC and she is publishing some of her backlist by Indie.
Julie A. D’Arcy is also an artist potter, a freelance cover artist and makes video trailers for other authors in her spare time.

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