Catherine Treadgold

About me

Catherine Treadgold is publisher and editor-in-chief at Coffeetown Enterprises in Seattle, WA. On its Coffeetown Press imprint readers can find both historical fiction and creative nonfiction. The list of Camel Press, its genre imprint, includes several historical romances. Catherine has a bachelor’s cum laude in German Literature from Princeton University and a master’s in Vocal Performance and a certificate in Technical Writing from the University of Washington. During her three years at Coffeetown Enterprises, the company has grown into a hybrid press, releasing most titles in POD trade paperback and eBook formats, but also doing the occasional print run. Camel Press’s list includes reprints of historical novels by Mary Daheim and Carla Kelly, and Coffeetown’s includes Tom Holt’s two Lucia and Mapp novels. Camel Press will release a new historical romance by Carla Kelly, The Double Cross, in August of 2013.

From my website

Omaha Stakes, by Mark Everett Stone, Book 5 in the From the Files of the BSI Series

TweetTo defeat his new fanged nemesis and save the world, super-agent Kal Hakala must put his neck on the line once and for all. ** Click the Cover Image to Order Online ** ** Or order it in Kindle, Nook, or other eBook Formats on Smashwords ** Omaha Stakes ($15.95,…

With This Ring, by Carla Kelly: A Beleagered Gentlewoman Agrees to a Marriage of Convenience

TweetWith This Ring ($15.95, 306 pp., ISBN: 978-1-60381-951-0), a regency romance by Carla Kelly,  features a gentlewoman who escapes society’s censure after an embarrassing display of plain-speaking by marrying a man she barely knows–a wounded earl who must present his family with a wife in order to secure his inheritance.…

Three Dog Day, by Lia Farrell: a Body Washes Up Near a Puppy Mill

TweetThree Dog Day ($14.95, 286 pages, ISBN: 978-1-60381-971-8), is the third cozy mystery by Lia Farrell in a series featuring Mae December, the successful owner of a dog boarding business in Rosedale, Tennessee. After Mae discovers a dead “John Doe” on a riverbank near an abandoned puppy mill, the subsequent…

 
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