- Delilah Marvelle, Author of
Forever a Lady
lives take them on journeys we can all enjoy and perhaps learn something meaningful from.
A wife, mother and doting "nany" of two– this former city girl and her country husband live on 45 wooded acres in one of Oregon’s enchanted forests. Their log home contains an interesting collection of Flapper and Prohibition memorabilia inspired by her first novel and an animal menagerie that includes two wolf-hybrids, a red-tailed hawk named Lucky and a feisty but lovable African grey parrot named Warlock.
just a few of the reviews!
Anna (which is her real first name) was a bookworm almost since birth and was recognized by Romance Writers of America as a PRO in 2002 & PAN in 2016.
Anna grew up in Philadelphia and graduated from Philadelphia’s, University of the Arts where she majored in
children’s book illustration.
She pursued a successful and versatile career in design, graphic arts, publications and public relations in Southern California before being lured to the Oregon wilderness by her desire to write and her former Navy Seal husband.
Now the SAPPHIRE SONGBIRD SERIES, Anna's debut novel, ‘The Songbird with Sapphire Eyes’ first began as a series of dreams that so haunted her they became a personal quest to explore possible past life memories. The journey was both eerie and exciting and the manuscript finaled and won second place in the Women’s Fiction category of the 2006 Tara Awards.
Anna is inspired to write about interesting characters whose
- Camp Rita
"It's like you are right there in the roaring twenties!
Author Anna Brentwood has created a true "gem" with her story of young songstress Hannah in this recent "roaring twenties" novel. The heroine is exceptionally well-developed as her intriguing rural to urban journey unfolds. I felt like I was literally and figuratively seeing her life change from "black and white" to "color" right before my eyes. Hats off to Ms. Brentwood for an obviously well-researched period piece, which even includes masterful use of dialects reminiscent of William Faulkner. If you like the Twenties, organized crime, or the art-deco period, this book is for you. Please. Ms. Brentwood, write us a sequel!!!!"