Pages

Monday, May 05, 2014

Kelly Hunter: Tule Publishing Group launches Holiday imprint!



From the publishing group that gave us Montana Born Books and Southern Born Books comes a new imprint aimed at delivering a fun, smart, playful mix of women’s fiction, chick lit, and contemporary romance - perfect for beach reads and a feel-good escape by authors you've loved for years.

Holiday launched with the first ever eBook release of Jane Porter’s charming chick lit debut, The Frog Prince. Print copies are also available again for the first time in years.


Once upon a time, a lovely maiden from Fresno married the man of her dreams. After the honeymoon, she waited for the “happily ever after” part…until her Prince Charming turned into a toad.

Now Holly Bishop is about to write a new chapter in her life. She moves to San Francisco to become an event planner-only to find she is dealing with a gorgeous fairy godmother for a boss and corporate witches wicked enough to sabotage her future. Not to mention the egomaniacal frogs Holly finds lurking at the bottom of the dating pool. With no one to save her, will Holly slay the dragons herself and stand on her own for the very first time? Will the man behind the mask at her costume ball make her believe in love again? And will she risk giving up her dreams to become the heroine of her own story?


Today we're celebrating our newest release, , Megan Crane’s gorgeously quirky time travel romance, I Love The 80s   


Jenna Jenkins was getting married to her long-term boyfriend, Adam, and she was sure her life was all coming together. Until Adam left her for a twenty-three-year-old yoga instructor. To ease the pain, Jenna threw herself into her teenage memories of the late, great Tommy Seer, killed when his car crashed off a bridge in 1987, when she was just twelve, and focusing on the man who has been - and always will be - the true love of her life, however worrying that may seem to her best friend, Aimee. 

One day, working late, or thinking about Tommy at her office after dark, a freak accident sends Jenna back to 1987. It's a few short months before Tommy will die and Jenna's job is apparently working as his assistant. But Tommy is not the guy she imagined. He's mean and rude and obnoxious. But he is still deliciously good-looking. When Tommy takes her into his confidence, she starts to see the real him beneath the image and finds herself more in love than ever. He suspects someone is trying to kill him - and she knows it won't be long before they succeed. Why is she here? Is she meant to save his life? But how can she without revealing the bizarre, unbelievable truth? 

http://www.amazon.com/Love-The-80s-Megan-Crane-ebook/dp/B00K4W5K04

Then in mid June, Holiday releases it's original romance series titled Honeymoon.   International bestselling authors Carol Marinelli, Ally Blake, Melissa McClone and Kelly Hunter get creative with what what a honeymoon is...and isn't...while sweeping you away somewhere special!

To stay updated, visit Tule’s Holiday website http://tuleholidaybooks.com/ and sign up for our newsletter.

Tell us where you'd love to go honeymooning - or where you did spend your honeymoon - for a chance to win a Tule tote bag filled with fun reads by Megan Crane, Jane Porter, Ally Blake and Kelly Hunter, a colorful insulated tumbler, a DVD copy of movie, Flirting with Forty, Kona chocolate bar, $5 Starbucks drink card, and Holiday reader goodies!




Happy reading,
Kelly Hunter

***Kelly's winner is Kathleen Higgins-Anderson!  Please email totebag@authorsoundrelations.com with your mailing details and we'll get the prize to you soon!***

60 comments:

Mary Preston said...

I actually didn't have a honeymoon. I was back at work the next Monday, but I must say I didn't miss it. It was kind of nice to just go back to normal. All the fuss was over & done with thank goodness.

girlygirlhoosier52 said...

My first honeymoon was in the Smoky Mountains... my second was... back to work on Monday... My hubby is a teacher and we were mararied over winter break after the new year for tax purposes... older and wiser... been married for 30 plus years..

traveler said...

We had a very brief honeymoon at Lake Placid since money and time was short. If I had a new one it would be at a gorgeous beach. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

petite said...

I would love to honeymoon where the skies are blue, the sun shines constantly and the water is warm and soothing. Perhaps a quiet and secluded beach town on the Italian Riviera is appealing. elliotbencan(at)hotmail(dot)com

bookbunny68 said...

We went to Gatlinburg to ski and rent a cabin and they ended up having a record warm season for January and no snow. :(

Janine said...

We never got a honeymoon (and we'll be married 5 years this fall). We got married on a Sunday and my husband had to work that Monday. We planned to take one when he could afford some time off, but that time never came. I would have loved to gone to Hawaii. I am really excited about these new books. I love the covers of beach locations. I'm really excited about reading the stories. I love The Frog Prince and I Loved the 80s.
kinini01@hotmail.com

regencygirl01 said...

I would love to go on a walking tour of the lake country in UK

Kimberlyindy said...

I am still looking my Prince, but I would love to go to Italy and Greece for a honeymoon. I am excited about all the new books coming out.

flip said...

I never had a honeymoon. I would love to go to Paris and the south of France for my honeymoon.

cameracrzy99 said...

I would love to honeymoon in Hawaii. Just being able to relax on a beach would be wonderful :)

Book Mama said...

I think that Hawaii or the Caribbean would be nice for a honemoon.

Laney4 said...

We drove around our home province of Ontario, Canada, including the honeymoon suite at Niagara Falls. To me, it doesn't matter where we are, as long as we are together. I feel that way about books: it doesn't matter where their settings are placed, as I just want to enjoy the building of their relationships.

Mary and Lenny said...

We spent a week in the poconos in 1966 at Pocono Gardens, a honeymoon resort
Had a great room place, living room, bedroom, huge bathroom with a tub like a pool.

krazymama_98 said...

Thirty four years ago, we spent our honeymoon in Chicago. In the winter. It was my first time there. While it was chilly. It was not bitter. It did snow. We walked for two hours just enjoying it. Wearing boots and the crunching noise as it piled up on the side walks. A lovely time.

Barbara Shoaf said...

Went to Oconomoc, WI. Skiing for a few days. Had to be back for Christmas!

Brenda Crider said...

I didn't get a honeymoon because we both had to work the next day. However I would have loved to have gotten a cabin in the woods by the lake!

Quilt Lady said...

I didn't really go on a honeymoon until about a year later. We didn't have the money to go anywhere but after a year we went to Myrtle beach. I just read The Frog Prince and enjoyed it.

Jennifer Hopkins said...

We went to Disneyland and stayed 2 nights. my husband had never been in a limo so we ordered one to drive us to Disneyland (about 45 min away from our house). We both got car sick on the way there that night and ended up in bed watching Trading Spaces!! But the next day was awesome, we spent the whole day in the park people watching :)

Peaces of Me said...

We honeymooned in Kona :) I would do that again!! :)

Linda Henderson said...

I spent my honeymoon in Eureka Springs Arkansas. Even though the marriage didn't make it I still love that place. It's beautiful in the Ozarks and there are a lot of quaint shops.

Jennifer Licha said...

We didn't end up with a Honeymoon. He deployed 6 hours later. I would love to have gone to Greece, maybe someday there is still a chance. :) We been married for five years.

Christina Fashant said...

We went to Disneyland and then San Francisco on our Honeymoon. For our 10th Anniversary we want to go to Antigua.

Nicole said...

We honeymooned in the Seattle area. Was wonderful, especially the whale watching.

miriama said...

We didn't have a honeymoon.. If I could have had a dream honeymoon, I would love to have gone to Tahiti.

runner10 said...

I would love to honeymoon in beautiful Hawaii. I can't wait to read the honeymoon books. I have loved the bride books.

Nan said...

We went to McDonald's for breakfast and then to his parents' house to change the oil in his--um, nope--OUR car. There's nothing sexier than lying on a blanket underneath a 1971 AMC Hornet the day after your wedding. We got our honeymoon about a year later--two weeks wandering up the Western Michigan coast stopping at little inns and B&Bs all along the shore. ;-)

Kerry said...

Hawaii....or Ireland! I really want to visit Ireland...

erin said...

I think that I would want to go to somewhere with a beach and warm weather!!! So Hawaii or the Caribbean :) Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

Jaydena said...

I didn't get to have a honeymoon as I was sick with cancer but I would love to do one someday in Hawaii or somewhere tropical. Thank you for the chance to win!!

Bonnie K. said...

We stayed at a Bed and Breakfast in Sutter Creek. We were on a limited budget. We've had weekend trips to Mendocino before starting our family. I would love to go back to Mendocino and stay at a Bed and Breakfast with a view of the ocean.

bluedawn95864 at gmail dot com

Kathleen Higgins-Anderson said...

We had a December wedding and our honeymoon was in Hawaii - it was so beautiful and relaxing. We were there during the Pearl Harbor Day remembrance event and got see the memorial wreath laying ceremony, it was so humbling and inspirational. 25 years later the vision of that day and the memory of the whole honeymoon is still very vivid in my mind. :)

Jen said...

We went to Cozumel for our honeymoon almost fifteen years ago. I think it's time to revisit the same resort as a 15th anniversary trip. That would be wonderful!

Modokker said...

Never got a honeymoonn but i think i would like to go to Florida somewhere or Oregon coast.

Lisa B

Emma said...

I would like to go to Hawaii. Thank you for the chance to win!!

Debbie Phillips said...

I think I would pick New Zealand

Melissa feehan said...

Didn't get a honeymoon. I think i would like to go to Hawaii. I love the beach,and after our winter, I need some sun. Dont see it happening though.

Susan Burgdorf said...

Spent a week in Florida at my Dad & step-Mom's time share. Had one day at Disney & spent one day with hubby's grandfather.

Gina Richey said...

First I need to find a husband before I take a honeymoon, well first a boyfriend would be a good step! haha. I'd love to go somewhere neither of us had been so we could both experience it for the first time together. I'm still dying to go to Paris, Italy, England, and Greece. I think tropical is the way to go though!!

sky2cu4 said...

If I ever get remarried I would love to go to Alaska. that is actually my dream vacation. During my first marriage that lasted 17 years we never went anywhere including no honeymoon.

robynl said...

love to go to Victoria, B.C. Canada for a honeymoon

Elisabeth said...

We spent it in Australia. We flew in to Brisbane and spent the next month on the east coast. I'll love to go back one,day.

Gwen said...

I wanted to go to Disney World, but we ended up in Wrightsville Beach, NC. As long as we were together the location didn't really matter. We've been married for 27 years. Marriage is getting to annoy one special person for the rest of your life. lol.....

Shari said...

We went to Disney Land thirty years ago for our honeymoon. We still love Disney after all of these years.

dstoutholcomb said...

Honeymooned on Oahu and the Big Island of Hawai'i!

Ann Mettert said...

My "honeymoon" was camping with friends. That marriage didn't last. Maybe that was a sign? If I ever get another one, I'd want a tour of Britain and Europe ending up on the beaches of the Mediterranean. ;)

Lil said...

I honeymooned in Scotland and it was great fun with beautiful hikes, visiting whiskey distilleries and romantic dinners.

DJ said...

I never had one but if I ever do someday maybe Hawaii

Kristy Loftis said...

I have always wanted to go to Hawaii so i would say there or Africa.

Laurie G said...

I'd love to see Switzerland and Austria, especially Vienna. I heard this several breath-taking, scenic train rides through the Alps between these two countries.

I honeymooned at several national parks including, Olympic, Glacier, Yellowstone, Rocky Mountain and the Grand Tetons. We loved to camp and hike.
We'll be married 37 years in July.

Wendi B. - What Wendi Wants and Wendi's Book Corner said...

What a fun and wonderful giveaway!!

Hubby took me on a Disney World Honeymoon - we had 5 days in the park at a REALLY nice hotel, then 7 day cruise. We both love Disney, and we were high school sweethearts (dated for 7 years, then married in 2000)... we still love Disney even almost 20 years after meeting each other. Our honeymoon was a blast. We are from Seattle, where it rains all the time, and we didn't realize that in Florida, when it rains during August, it POURS - we went running down the streets for fun and ended up so drenched... but people laughed and waved and I wouldn't trade it for anything! It was also hurricane season, so while we were on the cruise ship, we ended up on the deck most of the time because I was so sea-sick (I was also told that the crew was having a rough time as we were so close to the storms)... LOVED it... many awesome memories!! Now we have 2 boys and should be going back to Disney World next year if all goes as planned.

:)

Sarah S. said...

We didn't really have a first one..but hoping things will lead to a second one..so St. Croix:) Toes in sand :) I love the bag full of goodies..perfect for the beach :)

Leni said...

I'd love to go to a little cottage out in the country. Doesn't matter what time of year it would be a nice way to get grounded and have a nice start to the future.

BABBIE said...

I married a military man, so our honeymoon was actually moving from California to Rhode Island, and since we had 60 days to get their, we decided to make an adventure of it, and travel by car! Was it a dream honeymoon that most of us girls think we will have, NO! BUT, it was one of the most amazing adventures of my life, one I will never forget. And, it gave us a wonderful story to tell our children. Congratulations Megan on your new release which I have bought already. I am so excited on what is coming out soon from Holiday Books. And, I have a confession I have said an extra lil' prayer, on this giveaway because I have wanted "Flirting with Forty" for a while now! Thanks for a great giveaway. Barbara

Katrina Epperson said...

I would prefer to go to a mountain cabin by a lake. I think that would be so much fun. Sleep as late as you want, go hiking, fishing, boating, etc. There would be lots to do and hopefully lots of privacy. Congrats on you new release. Wonderful giveaway. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

Donna E said...

We're coming up on our 47th wedding anniversary, May 20. We didn't really have a honeymoon, but did go to Muleshoe, Texas for our wedding night. Married on Saturday, but I had to be back at college for end of year tests on Monday. Soon as college was over, then we spent a week or so with my folks and a week or so with his before he left for VietNam.

Fedora said...

We spent our honeymoon driving down the California coast :) That was very fun and a great way to see some of this lovely state!

Pamela Reveal said...

We went grocery shopping had just bought a house way out in the country and dint have anything in the house at all. After we came home at 2 in the morning we sat and ate fruit and opened wedding gifts

Dianna said...

Our first honeymoon was up in his favorite part of the mountains around here - but we go on a 'honeymoon' a couple times a year - just go away for a few ,or a week, without phones or computers. Just he and I, alone. It is heaven. We have been married nearly 27 years now and we still enjoy being with one another.

Elizabeth Wright said...

We still haven't had a honeymoon and we've been married almost 9 years. My dream trip is a European tour of England, Ireland, Scotland, Italy, and Greece.

Jane Doe said...

A cruise to Caribbean :)