Welcome, this blog is being set up to increase the visibility of my recently published book, Rosi’s Castle, the first volume of a proposed trilogy, Rosi’s Doors. My publisher is Dragonfly Publishing.
First things first: what is Rosi’s Castle about?
When Rosi Carol moves to New Richmond, she is told that the town is haunted — by her. Rosi’s Castle is Rosi’s adventures as she tries to determine why she has been sent to live with her creepy uncle in the spooky castle and what power her family has that so terrifies all of townspeople.
Rosi’s Castle is a book for the Young Adult in all of us. The publisher has suggested a PG rating for the book, as there is a fair amount of violence and several spooky sections. However, it is a book intended for adults as well. Younger readers will enjoy the adventure. Older readers will enjoy the use of language and the character relationships and development.
For those of you who are interested, I have developed two book trailers for Rosi’s Castle. They can be found on YouTube at:
As part of my marketing, I have given a couple of interviews and posted one guest blog. These might give you more insight into Rosi’s Castle and to my approach as a writer.
- My first interview was with popular author Lyndi Alexander for her website, theclanelvesofthebitterroot.com. Here is a link to that interview.
- My second interview was with book reviewer J.A. Beard on his website. Here is the link to that interview.
- J. A. Beard also wrote a nice review that can be found on the Amazon.com page for Rosi’s Castle Kindle e-book. If you would like to read that review, please click here.
- Perhaps the marketing that I am proudest of has been my guest blog on Fresh Fiction.com. The title of the essay is, “Alienation, Isolation, Technology, and Literature.”
I will try to keep this blog up-to date. If you are interested, please check out my personal webpage, EdwardEaton.com, for the most recent information, including links to Dragonfly Publishing and online vendors. Rosi’s Doors has a Facebook page, which are welcome to join. There is also a webpage, Rosi’s Doors.com, which you may join. My personal page is updated more often (because I can do it on my laptop more easily — I am not particularly computer savvy).
Please, hop on the Rosi Carol bandwagon. Tell your friends. And Welcome,