Anne Holmberg

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Anne Holmberg
Born Anne Holmberg
1938 (age 75–76)
Colorado, United States
Pen name Anne Avery, Kate Holmes, Anne Woodard
Occupation Novelist
Nationality American
Period 1991–present
Genres Romance, Fantasy, historical romance, Contemporary

Anne Holmberg (born 1938 in Colorado, United States), is an American writer of historical romance novels such as Anne Avery and contemporary romance novels as Kate Holmes.[1] She also signed a novel as Anne Woodard.

Biography[edit]

Anne Holmberg was born on 1951[clarification needed] in Colorado (U.S.), where her family resides during four generations. She obtained a degree in Engineering from the University of Colorado.[2]

She has been a four-time nominee (in 1995, 1996, 1997, and 1999) for a Career Achievement Award from Romantic Times Book reviews.[3]

Bibliography[edit]

As Anne Avery[edit]

Single novels[edit]

  • A Distant Start September 1993
  • All's Fair March 1994
  • Far Star March 1995
  • Hidden Hearts July 1996
  • The Snow Queen December 1996
  • Summer Fancy July 1997
  • Fortune's Fancy February 1998
  • The Highwayman's Daughter May 1998
  • Bartered Bride March 1999
  • Fire & Ice July 2001
  • The Lawman Takes a Wife August 2001
  • The Bride's Revenge July 2002

Anthologies in collaboration[edit]

As Kate Holmes[edit]

Single novels[edit]

  • Amethyst and Gold July 1999
  • Sand Castles January 2000
  • The Wild Swans June 2000
  • The Picker who Perished March 2004

Anthologies in collaboration[edit]

As Anne Woodard[edit]

Single novels[edit]

  • Dead Aim May 2004

References and sources[edit]