RHP—New Stuff

Yes, stuff. I used up all my big girl words over the weekend, so you’re stuck with “stuff.”

First big announcement:

The Reduced Series is undergoing a makeover in anticipation of the release of book four: Repeat.


Second big announcement:

Debbie, by Conny Manero, is ALSO getting a makeover and will be reformatted into a 5.25 X 8 book, more appropriate for middle graders.


Third big announcement:

INNspiring Breakfasts will be offered at a lower price—just $19.95!


Also—Conny Manero has a new novel coming out this month: Lily. Stay tuned for this, and another children’s book from RHP, Never Nurse a Grudge by Charles M. Gearhart!



How to Get Good Books

As you know, if you haven’t been living under a rock and/or if you follow my blog at all, RHP has a new book coming out in a couple weeks – INNspiring Breakfasts! It’s awesome, it’s amazing, and you can pre-order it NOW. Trust me, it’s worth it! And, next Wednesday, you’ll be hearing from Kriss Royer herself – you can get all the inside info on running a B&B and publishing a cookbook!

In the meantime, you can still order, direct from us because hey, it’s DIRECT FROM US, our fantastic children’s book, DEBBIE; our steamy romance, SEVEN DIRTY WORDS; and adult dystopian fiction, REDUCED and REUSED.

Kids from age five and up will love DEBBIE, and maybe, just maybe, she’ll soon have her very own blog (hint, hint, Conny!). And SEVEN DIRTY WORDS has been said to be a “great beach read.” Plus, look for FOUR LETTER WORDS early next year – so now you HAVE to get SDW, no excuses!

(Is it weird that I just talked about a children’s book and a hot romance in the same paragraph? Yes, yes it is. Hmmm.)

REDUCED and REUSED are for grown-ups too – but not “adult” as in “adult,” ya know? But our characters are all, oh, nearly 30 years old or (gasp) even in their forties… Why should teenagers get to have all the fun with guns and things when the world implodes?

So, make a list, click “buy,” and check it twice: you’ll be able to put breakfast in the oven, read to the kids, send them out to play and pick up a good book to read for yourself, whether it’s romance or sci-fi. Or both.

Read, read, read!