Tuesday, March 22, 2016


We’ve put the best-selling ARE title HER STEPBROTHERS ARE ALIENS on sale for $.99 to celebrate the publication of Trinity Blacio’s first volume of HER PARANORMAL STEPBROTHERS OMNIBUS.  The new collected work features her very first paranormal stepbrother tale, HER STEPBROTHERS DEMANDS, as well as HER STEPBROTHERS ARE ALIENS and HER STEPBROTHERS ARE DEMONS for the first time in print.  The omnibus is $16.99 as a trade paperback and $6.99 as an ebook.

"It’s hard to believe I’ve been working on the stepbrothers stories for close to a year now,” said best-selling author Trinity Blacio. "The idea of a stepbrother series came to me when I was looking through material to read. I saw that all these stepbrother tales were making the erotic romance bestseller lists, and I realized most of my books feature brothers who share the same woman. I thought it would be neat to have a paranormal stepbrother series, and of course there has to be two of them because you know I love a good ménage!”

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

RAb Publishes NAKED IN 30 DAYS by Fitness Expert Theresa Roemer

Certified Personal Trainer and Former Mrs. Texas Shares Her Coveted Secrets to the Fat Shredding Diet that Allowed Her to Stand Naked in New York City’s Rush Hour Traffic at the Age of 54 -

Fitness expert, former U.S. Open bodybuilding champion, certified personal trainer, and media personality Theresa Roemer shares her coveted secrets to being in the best shape of your life, physically, mentally, and spiritually in just 30 days in her new book NAKED in 30 Days: a One Month Guide to Getting Your Body, Mind and Spirit in Shape, available today online at Riverdale Ave Books and on Amazon ($19.99 paperback, $9.99 Kindle edition).  NAKED in 30 Days is a wildly effective day-by-day program that guides the reader through 30 days of diet and exercise, not only for the body but also for the soul.  The new book shows women how to change their approach to food and exercise in order to comfortably and confidently stand naked with themselves and the partner they love.

The collaboration for NAKED in 30 Days included Dr. George Davis, a board certified emergency room doctor and co-owner of a wellness center in The Woodlands, Texas; Heather Smith, a licensed nurse practitioner specializing in women’s health and well-being; and Sean Smith, Theresa’s personal trainer and owner of Sparta Fitness in Conroe, Texas.

“Everything in your life will change on the ‘NAKED’ program.  You will be the happiest you’ve ever been: your body will feel amazing; your relationships will improve; and you will have more energy than you have had in years, maybe decades,” said Theresa Roemer, author of NAKED in 30 Days.  “Give me 30 days and I will give you a new body, mind and spirit.”

NAKED in 30 Days is divided into two parts: In Part I Theresa shares her personal story, taking the reader through her deep personal relationship and history with fitness. Part II guides the reader through 30 days with each day divided into three components: the daily exercises, the meals, and spirit/mind coaching.  The program is simple and direct, and will appeal to women of all ages and experience levels, from those just starting to establish their fitness and diet goals to even the most experienced fitness enthusiasts looking to change up their routine.

For more information and to buy the book, visit Nakedin30days.com.


NAKED in 30 Days is a revolutionary diet and exercise program designed by U.S. Open bodybuilding champion and former Mrs. Texas United America finalist Theresa Roemer. The NAKED in 30 Days program gets you physically, mentally and spiritually in the best shape of your life in just 30 days. Drawing from a lifetime of fitness expertise, Theresa Roemer shares the diet and exercise she uses to shred fat and build muscle. More than a workout program, NAKED in 30 Days is a jump-start to a new life: Shred fat, build muscle, be a better you, and always feel happy NAKED.


Roemer is an author, media personality, entrepreneur and small business owner based in Houston, Texas. Theresa’s passion for health started at a young age. As a child Theresa was diagnosed with rheumatic fever many times over, which caused her to have a heart murmur; she was sickly and her doctors diagnosed her with a lifetime of physical constraints. Determined to prove the doctors wrong, Theresa began her lifelong journey to stay active, healthy, and physically fit. Theresa took the U.S. Open title in bodybuilding at the age of 40, and held the titles of Mrs. Houston U.A., Mrs. Texas U.A., and was the 1st runner up for Mrs. United America concurrently. Theresa’s passion for health inspired her to write Naked in 30 Days to empower women to feel as vibrant and healthy at 45 and beyond as they did at 25.  Visit Theresa onwww.theresaroemer.com, Instagram Theresa_Roemer, Facebook Theresa Roemer LLC and Twitter @TheresaRoemer

Sunday, March 6, 2016

Call for Stories - An Anthology Featuring the Morris-Jumel Mansion, Oldest Home in NYC!

The Morris-Jumel Mansion, in collaboration with Riverdale Avenue Books, will be publishing an Anthology of Paranormal Romance and Fantasy Fiction based on the Morris-Jumel Mansion.

We are looking for stories featuring the Morris-Jumel Mansion, Manhattan's oldest house, in the past, the present, future, or in an alternate universe. The stories must prominently feature the Morris-Jumel Mansion, and may include its historical inhabitants (including Madame Eliza Jumel, Stephen Jumel, Aaron Burr, and other Revolutionary War and pre-Revolutionary War characters, slaves and servants), the Mansion’s visitors, fictional or otherwise, and/or hauntings, visitations, or supernatural beings (including angels, devils, werewolves, vampires, etc), with elements of time-travel, science fiction, erotica/romance, paranormal, steampunk, or gaslamp fantasy.

An information session delving into the fascinating history of the Morris-Jumel Mansion and its inhabitants will be held at the Mansion for writers, including a walk through of the house and property, a historical overview, and question-and-answer session, on Saturday, March 12th at 5pm. Light refreshments will be served.  To RSVP, please email mjmanthology@gmail.com. Also, please use this email for any questions you may have, or to schedule a private tour with the anthology’s editor.


The deadline for story submissions is June 30th, 2016, with the book scheduled to be published online and in print by the end of October, 2016.

Stories should run between 2000 and 5000 words.  If you have something longer, please email mjmanthology@gmail.com to discuss the parameters of your story with the editor. Submission does not guarantee publication. Authors will be notified if and when their story is chosen for publication.

Brief History of the Mansion:

The Morris-Jumel Mansion is the oldest house in Manhattan. Built in 1765 by Royalist couple Roger Morris and his wife Mary Phillipse (of the famed Sleepy Hollow and Yonkers Phillipses), the house went through phases as a quarter for George Washington during the Battle of Harlem Heights, a Royalist barracks for soldiers loyal to George III, a tavern, and the home of the famed Madame Eliza Jumel, who, despite humble beginnings, became the richest woman in Manhattan due to her financial prowess. The daughter of a prostitute, Eliza was born in a brothel in 1775. Through her intelligence and initiative she raised herself into wealthy circles. Her first husband, Stephen Jumel, was a French wine merchant. The couple purchased the Morris-Jumel Mansion as a country estate. After the death of her first husband, Eliza married Aaron Burr, and he came to live in the Mansion. Burr, who had been vice president under Thomas Jefferson, is best known to modern students of history as the man who killed Alexander Hamilton in a duel. It may surprise some to know that he was also an early supporter of women’s rights and anti-slavery. He was a complex and ambitious man, who, along with his famous opponent, is portrayed to powerful effect in the Broadway musical “Hamilton.” Eliza divorced Aaron Burr, citing infidelity, and he died the day the divorce was finalized. Eliza Jumel died at the age of 90, though some say her spirit still inhabits the house. After Eliza’s death, the Mansion and its contents were fought over by rival familial factions for 20 litigious years. In 1903, the Mansion was purchased by the City of New York for preservation.

Format for Submissions:
Submissions must be sent as a MS Word document attachment to mjmanthology@gmail.com, with the subject line Morris-Jumel Anthology.

Submissions must have your real name, pen name (if any), email address and phone number, as well as a brief author bio.  All submissions should be Times Roman 12 point, double spaced.


This will be a Riverdale Avenue Book, which will pay 33% royalties on digital and 8% on print.  Royalties will be split on a pro rata share among the authors, paid quarterly.

Copies of the Book:

Each author will receive a pdf of the completed anthology, as well a one copy of the printed book.  The author may order additional copies at 50% of the list price. 


The author retains the rights to the story, but for a period of two years from the publication of the Anthology the author agrees not to authorize or permit publication of their story in any book, compilation or other anthology, nor to provide the story for free on the Internet.

Please pass this request for stories on to other writers who you think might be interested.

We are thrilled to be embarking on this project, and hope you choose to join us for this adventure in storytelling.