Suppose it's time to edit-out the thing where I'm new to the publishing world; it's true in many respects, but I am in the process of developing a back-list. Hurrah! Aside from the Sinners and Saints series with Liquid Silver Books, I have two releases with Loose Id, one with Noble Romance Publishing, one with Lyrical Press and one with Siren Publishing. I'm most familiar with writing stories with a paranormal edge, but I've recently found myself drifting toward contemporary romances or romantic suspenses.
My mother would say I have a massive bad boy complex, and I suppose, in literature, that is very true. Most of my favorite male characters are the definition of the sort of man you shouldn't bring home to dinner. While I have written and very much enjoyed the "nice guy who finishes last" story, I find myself drawn to rough, slightly damaged alphas, and the strong, intelligent women who drive them nutty.
I like quick banter and usually write scenes around dialogue, though I'm trying to branch out and challenge myself. I also love pushing myself toward projects that seem, at first glance, too large to conquer. Thus far, I've mainly published novellas, and while I like the novella format, I'm typically more attracted to large, involved plots. The idea I'm outlining at the moment, for example, is more along the lines of the sort of story I like to tell in terms of complexity and length.
Thank you for visiting my website! There's a lot more to come!
A little about Rosalie...
A lifelong enthusiast of larger than life characters, Rosalie Stanton’s muse is fueled by alpha males, from badass bikers to scruffy-looking Nerf herders, and the intelligent, strong, and independent women who actually do the driving. She loves interweaving the lives of people who appear to be polar opposites and delving beneath the surface to see how well one actually complements the other.
Rosalie lives in Missouri with her husband and two dachshunds, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. At an early age, she discovered a talent for creating worlds into which she could escape. Over the years, her vivid imagination evolved into a love of words and storytelling. Rosalie graduated from with a degree in English. When her attention is not employed by writing, she enjoys spending time with close friends and family.