J-pad Publishing and Author K. R. Raye Select Two Domestic Abuse Prevention Charities for Donations

J-pad Publishing and author K. R. Raye will donate a portion of the profits from The Colors of Friendship, Book One of The Colors Trilogy, to domestic violence prevention charities, Rose Brooks Center and St. Lawrence Valley Renewal House.

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"After reading your book, I am really hoping thousands of other young girls read it." said Marla Svoboda, Chief Development Officer at Rose Brooks. "It could change a life."

Newark, DE (PRWEB) August 21, 2013

J-pad Publishing of Newark, Delaware and author K. R. Raye announced August 18, 2013 at The Colors of Friendship book launch party that they will donate a portion of the book’s profits to two domestic violence prevention charities. After communicating with over 120 domestic violence prevention organizations across the United States, J-pad Publishing and K. R. Raye selected Rose Brooks Center of Kansas City, MO and St. Lawrence Valley Renewal House of Canton, NY.

"After reading your book, I am really hoping thousands of other young girls read it," said Marla Svoboda, Chief Development Officer at Rose Brooks. "It's the perfect combination of an entertaining and interesting novel with real life tragic lessons. It could change a life."

"Thank you for bringing to light this topic," said Elaine Bellinger, Renewal House. "It was a great read. Can’t wait for the rest of the trilogy!"

The Colors of Friendship (ISBN # 1940361001, BISAC = FIC000000, FIC049000, FIC043000) published on August 13, 2013 through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Ingram for $12.95 paperback (308 pages) and $5.99 e-book, http://www.amazon.com/Colors-Friendship-K-R-Raye/dp/1940361001. The debut, New Adult novel follows three college friends as they search for true love, NFL fame, and a successful chemical engineering career in upstate New York and New York City.

"Although the book’s a fun, realistic read, I hope it also serves as a cautionary tale for young women searching for love who instead, settle for abuse," said author, K. R. Raye. Born and raised in Kansas City, K. R. Raye attended college in New York, and she currently lives in Maryland with her husband and two sons. For more information about the author, please visit her website or follow her on Twitter (KRRaye) and Facebook (kr.raye).

For more information about the charities, please visit their websites. For more information about The Colors of Friendship, K. R. Raye interview requests, photos, and an author bio, please visit the JpadPublishing website.

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