White Rose Publishing to launch serialization of exclusive free novella
Adams Basin, NY – August 29, 2009 – Nicola Martinez, Senior Editor of White Rose Publishing, announced today that beginning September 18, 2009 the serialization of an entire novella, Once Upon a Collar, will be offered exclusively to members of their White Rose Publishing readers’ group.White Rose Publishing occasionally offers free “micro-reads” to the general public, and regularly to members of their readers’ group.
“Membership to the group is free, so it’s a great way to receive free reads,” Martinez said.White Rose Publishing publishes romance in a variety of lengths ranging from 7,500-word short stories to 100,000-word novels. Formats are electronic, and print for anything over 65,000 words. The free reads offered on the site, as well as the exclusive free reads for the readers’ group will be indicative of the types of stories that can be found in the White Rose Publishing catalogue.
“We feel it’s important to give our loyal followers a little something extra,” Martinez said. The debut novella, Once Upon a Collar by award-winning author,Teri Wilson, will be released to the group exclusively in weekly installments until it has run its course, and then it will no longer be available.
More information regarding this title follows this release report.Everyone is welcome to join the readers’ group by visiting http://groups.yahoo.com/group/WhiteRosePublishing/.
An Exclusive White Rose PublishingReaders’ Group Release
Coming September 2009
Whenever Emilie Bonner meets a man, she can’t help but imagine what he would look like on top of a wedding cake. Since she spends most of her waking hours designing wedding cake toppers, it’s somewhat of an occupational hazard.Somewhere along the way—perhaps after the first two hundred, or so—hand-crafted bridegrooms, Emilie begins to doubt she’ll ever find her own happily-ever-after. Then, after a mysterious encounter with a woman who could be an angel, Emilie meets a handsome stranger at the dog park.At first, it seems as though Matt, with his big dopey dog and irrepressible charm, is the Prince Charming she’s been waiting for. Not only is he a sweetheart, but he’d look great on top of a wedding cake.Soon, however, she discovers something about him that changes everything and leaves her wondering…does God believe in fairy tales?