Thank you!

Thank you for all the support you've given the Climbing Rose Young Adult line of The Wild Rose Press. Our stories are still available on The Wild Rose Press website, however, since we aren't publishing new stories, our blog is no longer active. We thank you again for the time you spent with us and invite you to visit our Climbing Rose bookstore.


Confessions Countdown--and some fun reviews


Happy first day of March, everybody! We are just 19 days from the first day of spring (yay!) but more importantly, we're just 11 days away from the release of Confessions of a Teenage Psychic by 2010 debut author Pamela Woods-Jackson. Check out the cool new Confessions header above--and check out the blurb for Pamela's fun book:

Caryn Alderson just wants to be a normal teenager. Moving from Houston to Indianapolis and trying to make new friends is hard enough, but when she meets Quince Adams, Rosslyn High School’s star athlete, she wants more than friendship. Unfortunately, two obstacles stand in her way: Quince's girlfriend, cheerleader Kensington Marlow, and Caryn's Uncle Omar. So what’s the problem? Kensington’s cheating on Quince, and Uncle Omar died in Vietnam at age 20!

Imagine hearing voices, seeing spirits no one else can see, and knowing things about people they never told you. No wonder Quince and all her new friends think she’s weird! Then, just when Caryn thinks her psychic abilities are under wraps, her friend Megan blurts out the truth on television. Can Caryn finally admit her secret and just be herself? Does she really have a choice?


And speaking of fab books, check out these rave reviews for some of our other Climbing Rose books.

First, Kath at Bookworm Nation is crushing on The Stillburrow Crush:

I was lucky enough to interview Linda Kage a few weeks ago about Stillburrow Crush. It sounded just like the kind of teen lit that I enjoy, and I wasn’t disappointed. It actually was a lot better than a lot of teen books I’ve read lately.


And Alexa over at Not Enough Bookshelves thinks When Mike Kissed Emma is better than chocolate:

You know when you've had a rough day and you just want to curl up on the sofa and devour a whole bar of chocolate, but you can't because of that pesky diet? Well, When Mike Kissed Emma, is the perfect alternative.


Pretty cool, huh?

1 comment:

Juju at Tales of Whimsy.com said...

This sounds adorable! I love the header :)