Annetta Pittmoore

Biography

My life is as complicated as the lives of everyone else. Each of us has our wounds as well as our triumphs, and our own worlds to conquer.

I absolutely love to write. Writing thoughts, daydreams, whimsical supposition - whatever comes to mind - serves to take me away from reality and into a world where I am in control. That's an amazing feeling. Day to day life imposes limitations and society enacts boundaries of behavior. Writing opens the world to anything and everything. It doesn't matter whether it's possible to get from one point to another in a particular way. Writing fiction, everything is possible. I hope that you enjoy my writing, and that you'll take the time to leave a review.

Books

Seattle
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 15,740. Language: American English. Published: June 22, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Adult
Noah's life was over. When his husband died he was totally alone. He finally realized that as long as he stayed in their home, surrounded by memories, he'd never be able to go on. So, he moved to the west coast and wept for the life he'd known in Boston. He was still lonely, but the nightmares were fading. Still, life was passing him by. Until he met Oscar.
The Dancer
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 3,150. Language: American English. Published: June 3, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Adult
She's noticed him for months. Daydreamed about him. Watched him in another setting once a week wondering whether he's aware she's the dancer at the club. Giselle will leave the performance theater soon. She'll miss the magic of the venue, and probably the lucrative nature of the employment as well. But what she'll miss most is one very striking professor.
The Marine
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 27,470. Language: English. Published: April 20, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Adult
He married the wrong sister for all the wrong reasons. The right one got away. Well, she ran away. He wants to apologize before he's deployed again, because he doesn't have a good feeling about this time. Will she fall for the guy still hiding inside, or will she turn away from the Marine?
Chameleon
Price: Free! Words: 6,050. Language: American English. Published: June 29, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Adult
This is a brief account of a tryst prompted by an online meeting. Celeste has enjoyed each of her liaisons thus far, and finds the occasion to reminisce as she describes her latest fling.
His Window
Price: Free! Words: 17,320. Language: English. Published: June 20, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Gay
(4.17 from 6 reviews)
Zack is one of the lost, wandering through the life of the homeless since he was a child. The retired judge and his wife, who find him unconscious, discover a focus for their existence: gifting Zack with hope. Watching their son fall in love with Zack enriches all their lives.

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  • The Spartak Trigger (A Shane Bishop Anti-Thriller) Book 1 on Sep. 14, 2014

    Personally, I was very impressed with this book. There’s nothing more enjoyable than a book that makes me want to keep reading, despite those little theatrics of life that constantly demand equal billing. In this book, there’s a bit of everything exquisitely blended and believably constructed. When I got past the narrator thing, everything meshed well. The protagonist encompasses a whole host of characteristics. He’s a cop accused of a murder he didn’t commit, but he doesn’t seem to be held accountable for those he committed. He’s a widower with a truly screwed up daughter. After that television incident, I really hoped to hear no more of her. Oh, and the narrator thing? Here’s an example. Seriously, it actually spices up the regular dialog. “The narrator proclaims that I’m ‘brooding with fiery angst, every fiber of my being awash in worriment.’ I grimace at the shade of purple his prose just turned. It’s embarrassing for both of us really.” The narrator becomes a character himself. Smart. Shrewd. Delightful. Okay – and weird. The book pulls you in, makes you think, and entertains your senses. Highly recommended.
  • How Far into the Trees on June 23, 2015

    Poignant in all the beautiful nuances of the word, the story embraces the lenses through which people view their memories as they mature. I thoroughly enjoyed this ebook, and applaud the author's gift of prose.