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Press Release for Dear Rockstar – Debut Novel Hits the Top 100 on Amazon!

Debut New Adult Romance, Dear Rockstar by Emme Rollins, Hits Amazon’s Top 100 Best Sellers List With Dear Rockstar, newcomer Emme Rollins has penned an instant best seller that hits all the new adult genre hot buttons, including incredible sexual tension, complex characterization and raw emotional undertones. (PRWEB) July 10, 2013 Fido Publishing has announced that “Dear Rockstar,” the debut… (more…)

Emme Rollins Talks Historical Fiction – 1980’s Style – at Shelf Pleasure

Dear Rockstar – historical fiction? What’s it doing HERE? #3 in Historical Romance? That’s right – as old as it may make you feel, the 1980’s is actually considered historical! Why? Check out my opinion on Shelf Pleasure! And don’t forget to enter my Big July Giveaway – and the Insatiable Reads tour giveaway too!         ————————-… (more…)

Cover Reveal: Buried Secrets by Emme Rollins

Buried Secrets by Emme Rollins Coming June 2013 Thank you to the full-of-awesomesauce Mr. Willsin Rowe for lending his considerable talents!   Should some secrets remain buried? Dusty has always been a hothead, far more impulsive than her twin, Nick, the calm, cool and collected one of the pair. But Nick is dead, found murdered in their local cemetery, and… (more…)

Young Adult Fiction (YA) is to New Adult Fiction (NA) as St. Elmo’s Fire (80s movie) is to….

What is “New Adult?” Is it some made-up book category? A publisher-invented title to sell more books? Perhaps. The history of the genre, beginning with a contest by St. Martins, would suggest it might be so. But there are subtle differences between New Adult and Young Adult that are actually quite important. How? Well, I know I’m dating myself here… (well not *dating*… (more…)

What is New Adult Fiction?

You know how we needed the term “tween” for those kids ages nine to fourteen or so, girls that are “too old for toys, but too young for boys?” Because you don’t just skip from childhood to being a teen the moment you turn thirteen right? So it is with adulthood—you also don’t magically morph into an adult when you… (more…)