Hello, Author! Or future Publishing Company Success. Do you have books you've written taking up space on your hard drive instead of working for you? Then, welcome! We’re glad you’re here, because we want to see industrious writers like you keep all your work--both fiction and nonfiction--in the hands of readers. (And fans.)We started by specializing in back list romance. Because it's sad when a novel is no longer available to the audience that loves it.But we decided to add frontlist titles when we realized how much we enjoy this business and the authors we work with.So, purely out of curiosity, if you have back list (or even front list), why haven't you self-published those books? This is a question that prompted us to start SRP in the first place, so we asked around. We got … Read More
Featured book: HIS WICKED LADY
Book #3 in the TOUCH THE SKY series… “I say, where did you find such a dress, or should I say mess? I thought even in America one would know such a garish garment would be ridiculed.” Baron William Hargreaves taunts Miss Caroline Burgess with his pompous laughter. His aristocratic fingers stroke the immaculate cravat at […]
She is a most uncouth American, one who is not suited for the British aristocracy. I would never wed such a woman. She would never fit in my circle. Her flaunting of convention would be a lifelong burden.
I suppose Baron Hargreaves will be there. It is inevitable we will meet at these gatherings. Perhaps I can successfully avoid him tonight. I’m so tired of this whole war we seem to fight.
Face it, William, you shall make a greater scandal if we don’t marry, especially after I introduce our son to the Ton. All it should take is a whisper into the ear of one of the dowagers. Oh, the scandal of the much touted St. John family!
Lady Susanna Aimsley
to Baron William Hargreaves
Featured Author: Sharon Drane
Author and actress Sharon Drane is noted for her kazooing skills. But that's only scratching the surface of her many talents.Sharon began dance lessons at two years of age. At age six, she appeared in her very first play. She got the part because the lovely little blue-eyed blonde couldn't remember the lines. Sharon not only remembered her own lines but everybody else's as well. Thus began her directing career.In her teen years, her dance school produced occasional specials on local … Read More