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Sunday, July 31, 2011

Happy Sunday from Karenna Colcroft

Hi, and thanks for stopping by the Whipped Cream anniversary fun day! (Okay, I know that isn't what it's really called, but it's early in the morning and I'm tired.)

I'm Karenna Colcroft, and I'll be hanging out off and on today to talk about writing, romance, and releases...the three R's. I've been writing erotic romance since 2006 and got my first e-publishing contract in January 2009. Since then, I've been published by e-publishers including Pink Petal Books, Ellora's Cave, and MLR Press/Passion in Print Press. I'm often hanging around online, but I tend to be pretty stark contrast to the books I write!

Have you ever looked into a mirror and wished it would show you something other than your own reflection? How about your soul mate? That's exactly what happens to Ralie, a human woman, and Listrial, a Fae soldier, in my novella Reflected Love, which was released from Pink Petal Books in June of this year. Reflected Love is part of Pink Petal's Spellbound Treasure line, a line of novellas based in a shared world created by the authors, in which people find true love through magical items purchased from Etienne, a mysterious woman who runs a shop (or website, depending on which world you're in) called Spellbound Treasure.

You can find out more about Reflected Love on the Pink Petal Books website, or check out an excerpt on the book's page on my website.


Chris R said...

Love books about soulmates!!!!

Happy Anniversary to Whipped Cream.

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Anonymous said...

Good morning! I'm looking forward to more of your excerpts.

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Na said...

Happy Sunday! Reflected Love has a very intriguing premise. I wonder how Ralie will come to terms with both identities.

Robin said...

What a great story idea!

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Cathy M said...

I really enjoy reading erotic romances with a paranormal twist.

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