Thursday, November 29, 2012

Celebrating Some Of Red Rose Publishing's Newest Releases

All day today on our Cyber Launch Party Blog, we're celebrating some of the newest releases from Red Rose Publishing - for a look at all their new releases, head to their release page!

Deanna, Mark, Lisa, and Jason head to Cape Cod for a fun couples’ vacation. Deanna thinks her fun has ended when she argues with Mark and he leaves the Cape abruptly. 

Her mind changes when she sees Lisa and Jason having sex and decides she wants to participate. 
Can Lisa and Jason help Deanna change her vacation nightmare to the best vacation ever?


TO START AGAIN by Raven Starr

Madison had been through hell. It happened her ailing mother would help her to see the light.

Enter Aidan Wright the construction man she hires to build another Rosie's Creations store in Connecticut.

When Madison's mother gets sick Aidan not only helps Madison keep her faith but also have faith in love.


JORDAN'S WINGS by Dariel Raye

Jordan Taylor is a feisty, take charge, Rubinesque beauty with a tough façade, but after a string of lackluster relationships, her dream of a man who truly loves her and appreciates her strength seems impossible…Until she meets Canaan, the man her fiancé claims is his best friend! Instinctively, she knows her neat, if lackluster life is about to change. 
Born more than 200 years ago, Canaan looks like an angel but he’s far from it. In his world, the ratio of men to women is 500 to 1, and although he’s a superior being, he’s willing to break the most sacred law of his brothers, even drink human blood, to have one of his own. To claim Jordan as his own, Canaan will have to betray his friend, humble himself enough to win her love, and risk his very life.

CLARISSA by Kissa Starling

Reuniting ghost lovers proves to be the easy task. How will she ever find her own true destiny?
Clarissa has traveled halfway around the world to Scotland hoping to escape her sordid past and begin anew. What she finds is two unruly children, a single father who travels, a elderly cook and a couple of ghosts who demand to be reunited. It's hard to figure out who plans to give her the most trouble- the children or the ghost of a kind long since passed.
Will it all be worth it in the end and what must Clarissa do to obtain her own happiness?

While shopping in a local bookstore in post-Katrina New Orleans, Heather Flanagan Kerry is startled when Sarah, a young clerk, asks her if she ever had a son and gave him up for adoption. Now a successful professional woman, Heather denies ever having a child, however, Sarah’s revelation that her husband is part-Asian tells Heather her past has caught up with her. 
Wesley Chou, now a prominent oncologist hasn’t heard from his first love, Heather, since both their parents forced them apart in their teens right after they gave up their infant newborn son for adoption. He’s surprised when Heather contacts him to tell him their past has come calling. Fate draws them together again when their long lost son, Ezra, and his wife bring their infant daughter to Wesley. The child has leukemia, and Wesley contacts Heather as a possible marrow donor to save the child’s life. Together, Heather and Wesley must evaluate if they are strong enough to rekindle their love, face society’s condemnation of their past, and their own son’s anger.
Can their love survive the passage of time and the secrets that could destroy them?

Arnaz and Isis Rogers closed in on their 20th wedding anniversary, they had grown apart over the last year. Each had time-consuming careers as well as raising a fifteen year old son, Quentin, who calls himself Q-tip in the town of Sugarland, Texas.

Arnaz is a best-selling book author, specializing on the music world, something he began after graduating from Stillman College in 1992 and a year before they got married. Isis is considered one of the top Endocrinologists in the state of Texas, and just added Dietology to her job title at the Houston Medical Center. She received a hefty pay increase, which equaled her work load.

How would they find their way back to each other?


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  1. Congrats on your recent release with Red Rose Publishing!

    Please feel free to stop in and tell us all about your books and how we can learn more about you and any other books you may have.

    Looking forward to learning more!

  2. Some of those new releases look really good. Pity my book funds don't stretch far enough to buy them all :(

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  3. Hey there Congrats to you all on the release of your books. How long does it take for the whole process of writing, editing and release?? I'm sure if differs from person to person but I always read about author deadlines so I have always been curious.

    1. It depends how long the book is...I have a full time job and part time job in addition to writing, so I commit to write at least an hour a day. YOu do get a deadline on the editing, which is a hard part (fixing your baby). Usually takes me about a month to finish a story.

  4. Congratulations to all of you lovely writers on realizing your dreams.
    And a hug for Dariel:)

  5. Hi everyone,
    Thank you for all the congrats messages. That is so sweet. It was really excited to be published. Best Vacation Ever is my first book.
    Happy reading ..whatever you choose:)

  6. My books are available on I currently have a second book for sale, Protect Me, a story of a soldier who falls for a shy woman named Danielle. A hurricane sweeps their town, and he takes his chance to protect her and show how much fun being trapped inside during a hurricane can be.
    I run a monthly contest every month on my site.
    There is a chance to win a free book this month.
    I also blog daily
    Hope some of you will check it out.

  7. Congrats on the books! They all sound good. How will you be celebrating?


  8. Josie, I saw your question about the process of writing. I would say around a year is a general time for a book to get submitted, edited and then published. I'm sure the writing time varies from author to author.

    My release, Clarissa, was previously released at another publisher as a sweet romance. When I got the rights back I added about 11 thousand words to it and the characters weren't shy at all! In fact they turned it into a bit of an erotic story with some spanking included. This is a favorite setting of mine and ghosts are always fun. I have to get to work on the next story in this series soon. Oh yes, it developed into a series now.

    bn100- I love to celebrate by starting the next book and/or ordering cover flats. It is so much fun to get a new cover and be able to send signed cover flats out to readers.