Monday, February 22, 2010

2009 Bestselling Torrid Title Of The Year, and Torrid Author Of The Year!


Congratulations! Your book MY STRENGTH, MY POWER, MY LOVE has just been named the 2009 Bestselling Torrid Title Of The Year! Furthermore, in recognition of all your success, we have also named you the Whiskey Creek Press Torrid Author Of The Year!

You join some outstanding previous Bestselling Torrid Titles Of The Year, including THE MISSION by Michelle Marquis (2008), A SLAVE’S WAY OUT by C A Salo (2007), WHAT HE WANTS by C’ann Inman (2006), and THE HIRED HAND by Melissa Schroeder (2005).

We will be announcing these two awards for you on the WCPT Home Page March 1, 2010, our 7th anniversary. In promotion and recognition of your success, we will also be featuring all eleven of your current WCPT titles on sale at 25% off during March, a promotion we believe should bring you even more readers.

Congratulations, Linda, on all your success, and here is to more in the future, from all of us at Whiskey Creek Press!

Debra Womack, Publisher
Jan Janssen, Torrid Executive Editor
Steven Womack, Publisher
Whiskey Creek Press

Friday, February 19, 2010

SUCKERS is now available at ARe and OmniLit!


By: Carolyn Gregg
Published By: Red Rose Publishing
ISBN # 978-1-60435-483-0
Word Count: 5,850
Categories: Erotica Contemporary Fiction
Available in: Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Reader, HTML, Mobipocket
Price: $1.99
He wants Felicia to pose with a new product.
All she can think about is finding a way to get into Aaron's heart
...and his pants.

Mary Elizabeth hustled back into the studio with a brown box in her hands. "Aaron, that was a courier. I signed for you."
"What is it?" he called, stepping back out into the open.

"I dunno. From a company called Oral Fixations?"

A big smile brightened his face almost immediately. "Oh, yeah! I've been waiting for that. Talk about luck!" He went over to the small table where he kept his prop materials, and opened the package. After removing a layer of bubble wrap, he lifted out something purple on a stick. Felicia squinted to see what it was.

"Hey, not bad," Aaron commented almost to himself. He inspected the item, then pulled a second and third item from the box. The second one was pinkish, but the third was a wild rainbow of colors. The third one Aaron handed over to Mary Elizabeth, who stared at it in fascination.

Curiosity got the better of her. "What is it?" Felicia called out.

"Yeah. What do they call this?" the makeup artist asked.

Aaron glanced at the paper included in the package. "It's one of several new products this company wants to start advertising in select magazines. I spoke to them yesterday, and they said they'd send over a few samples. This one is called **** on a Stick."

He threw part of his grin over at Felicia. "I had thought about having either you or Roxie for the shoot. But since you're already here, guess you win out. I want to get some test shots done up for the client, and if they approve, we can go from there. Got the time?"

Did she have the time? Other than a trip to the market and a date with the latest Pitt movie just out on DVD, she'd made no other plans. Felicia flashed him her best photogenic smile. "Bring it on!"


Carolyn | MySpace Video

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

It's Official, We Have a Signing!

Whoohoo, the details have been hammered out and we are ready to rock n' roll. On Saturday, March 13th, Teri Thackston, Kimberly Ivey and Tambra Kendall will be joining me at Once Read Twice Sold Books in Spring for a TXARF books singing event. I'm so excited to be meeting these fine ladies in person! I hope ya'll will join us to pick up a copy of each of our latest print releases, or even just to mingle and talk romance. We'd love to see you there!

Once Read Twice Sold Books
250 Cypresswood Suite E
Spring, TX 77388

Saturday, March 13, 2010
3 pm - 5 pm

Friday, February 5, 2010

I'm in the Top Ten!

Last month a Google alert brought my attention to a poll I'd been completely unaware of. Some of you may be familiar with Preditors & Editors, a website dedicated to listing the good, the bad and the ugly in publishing ( Well, apparently every year they also run a poll for readers to find out the best of the year in writing. My book, They Call Me Death, was listed in the Thriller category and tied for ninth place.

To say I'm pleased would be a vast understatement. I'm ecstatic! However, I'm very surprised at being nominated in that particular category when there was also Romance or Science Fiction & Fantasy to choose from. My book is about a human woman and a man who can shift into a Golden Eagle. They eventually fall in love. Romance or Sci-fi/Fantasy, take your pick. I guess there are some thrilling elements in the story and I'm certainly NOT complaining. I'm just...surprised.

So, now you will see a nifty logo on my homepage stating that I'm in the top ten for 2009 at my website. Anyone who finds me in a forum or chat room may have to hear about it too. And, if you're a close friend or relative you will be receiving a "Thank you" email for voting. But, I promise not to gloat...too much.