Author Patti Ann Colt to Publish First Novel

Arlington, Texas (PressExposure) November 01, 2007 -- The Daddy Spell, the first publication by romance author Patti Ann Colt, will be released later in 2007 by The Wild Rose Press. The Daddy Spell introduces Robin, a single mother whose deep-rooted fear of relationships clashes with her twin daughters' daddy quest. A handsome farmer named Chad, with the help of a little pumpkin magic, works to teach this disillusioned mom about happily-ever-after.

“Fall is my favorite time of year,” said Colt, discussing her first release. “I love anything fall-related: the change of weather, leaves, and pumpkins. When my children were younger, their second grade classes took field trips to a pumpkin farm. They were taught about raising pumpkins and had the chance to ride out into the field to pick a pumpkin. Thinking about that, the idea was born.”

The Daddy Spell is the first novel in the Echo Falls Series. Echo Falls is a fictitious Texas hometown community where a little bit of magic can produce a whole lot of love. Readers are invited to learn more about and become a part of the Echo Falls community through [].

About Patti Ann Colt Patti Ann Colt has been a romance writer for eighteen years. A native of Idaho, she resides in Arlington, Texas and is a devoted Army wife and a proud mom of three and grandmother of one. A member of the Romance Writers of America, she is also the founder of the Online Romance Writers Circle. For more information on Patti Ann Colt, visit her Web site at []. She also maintains an online blog at

About The Wild Rose Press The Wild Rose Press is a small electronic and print publisher of romance. Their titles span the sub-genre spectrum from sweet to sensually erotic and are available in all lengths, including short story, category, and single title. For more information on The Wild Rose Press, visit

Further details of release to be available shortly.

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Press Release Submitted On: October 31, 2007 at 11:43 pm
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