We have one new ebook on preorder and another book released recently. I love the way the authors react when their book is released, and they see it for the first time. It always reminds me of why we started Mantle Rock Publishing. We wanted to publish good books for authors who were having a hard time getting their foot in the publishing door. By teaching them how to market their books and sometimes how to write their book, we have helped several authors to gain attention in their chosen field.
Monday we released a preorder for Under This Same Sky by Cynthia Roemer. This is a sweet Historical Romance. We always have a lot of decisions to make in life and some of them are not easy. You can purchase this book on Amazon and it will be delivered to you on April 28 when it officially releases with the print book.
~ She thought she’d lost everything ~ Instead she found what she needed most. ~
Illinois ~ 1854
Becky Hollister wants nothing more than to live out her days on the prairie, building a life for herself alongside her future husband. But when a tornado rips through her parents’ farm, killing her mother and sister, she must leave the only home she’s ever known and the man she’s begun to love to accompany her injured father to St. Louis.
Catapulted into a world of unknowns, Becky struggles to make sense of the path the Lord has placed her on and finds solace in corresponding with Matthew Brody, the handsome pastor back home. But when word comes that he is all but engaged to someone else, she must call upon her faith to decipher her future.
Monday we released Carolina Dream by Regina Rudd Merrick. The ebook and the print book can be purchased on Amazon. If you love to hold a print book in your hands, but find an ebook is easier to read, you can purchase this book at the regular price of $13.99 and the ebook for $1.99. That’s a great bargain if you want both a print and ebook.
Sarah Crawford wants more from life than to attend the wedding of her ex-fiancée. An unexpected inheritance in South Carolina comes at the perfect time, just as Sarah is willing to use any excuse to get out of town.
When she meets potential business partner Jared Benton and discovers that a house is part of the inheritance, she is sure that God has been preparing her for this time through a recurring dream. But will a dream about an antebellum mansion, many rooms to be explored, and a man with dark brown eyes give her the confidence to take a leap of faith, leaving friends, family, and her job behind?