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Palm Beach Post
2751 South Dixie Highway
West Palm Beach , Florida 33405
United States

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Carol Rose The Palm Beach Post
Assistant Editor: Carol ..., 15 Sept 2008 [cached]
Assistant Editor: Carol Rose, 820-4788
Yellow Rose Romance Writers » Carol Rose, 13 Sept 2014 [cached]
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Carol Rose
Carol Rose
Carol Rose is an award-winning author of contemporary romances. She has written twenty books, including Always and Forgotten Father. Her books have won numerous awards, including a final in the prestigious Romance Writers of America Golden Heart Award.
Carol is an active member of the North Texas Romance Writers, the Dallas Area Romance Writers and the Yellow Rose chapter. A frequent speaker at writers' groups and conferences, she has taught workshops on characterization and, creating and resolving conflict. She works full time as a therapist.
Her husband and she married when she was only nineteen and he was barely twenty-one, proving that early marriage can make it, but only if you're really lucky and persistent. They went through college and grad school together. She not only loves him still, all these years later, she still likes him-which she says is sometimes harder. They have two funny, intelligent and highly accomplished daughters. Carol loves writing and hopes you enjoy reading her work.
For more information about Carol, please visit her website at: You can also find her on Twitter and Facebook.
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Don Keith, Keweenaw County Board of Commissioners chair, hands the crown to Mardi Gras "King," Sheriff Ron Lahti, at the Keweenaw Krayons Mardi Gras event Feb. 20. In the background are Carol Rose, Keweenaw Krayons director of the Teen Graphic Arts and Marketing Program, and Kathy McEvers, Keweenaw County's Kermit's Kids Program director.
Applauding in the background are, from left, Carol Rose, Keweenaw Krayons director of the Teen Graphic Arts and Marketing Program, and Kathy McEvers, Keweenaw County's Kermit's Kids Program director.
Three Keweenaw Krayons Graphic Arts and Marketing teens share laughter while working with Carol Rose in designing flyers for Tuesday's Mardi Gras Wacky Dinner. (Photo © 2005 Keweenaw Krayons.) MOHAWK -- Carol Rose, former director of Keweenaw Krayons, never expected her life to be changed by a group of talented, curious children. For the last six years, in the small Keweenaw town of Mohawk, she has spearheaded an effort that enables children and families to have a creative outlet and a way to expand their artistic abilities. Despite a recent decision to retire, Rose is currently spending much of her time working with local teens in the Keweenaw Krayons Graphic Arts and Marketing Program, whose latest undertaking is a Mardi Gras Wacky Dinner to be held from 5 p. m. to 8 p. m. on "Fat Tuesday," Feb. 8, at the Mohawk Gym (former Mohawk School). Guest author Jonathan Soper interviewed Rose for this comprehensive article on the history of the non-profit Keweenaw Krayons and its variety of community programs for children, teens, parents and senior citizens. more
Photo: Keweenaw Krayons Graphic Arts and Marketing teens, from left, Stephanie Fouts, Andrea Laurie and Ashley Bracco, share some laughter while working with Carol Rose in designing flyers for Tuesday's Mardi Gras Wacky Dinner in Mohawk. (Photo © 2005 Keweenaw Krayons.
MOHAWK - Carol Rose hasn't had ..., 18 Nov 2010 [cached]
MOHAWK - Carol Rose hasn't had a lot of luck selling her house/art center located next to the Mohawk Superette on U.S. 41, and because it's still available, she's going to use the space to help artists.
It will be a blast from the past for Rose, who started the art center before founding Keweenaw Krayons.
"When it was open it went wonderful," Rose said. "It was where Keweenaw Krayons started, and it used to be busy all the time."
Rose said the artists will need to coordinate a work schedule, and information on open hours will be available at For more information, including information on selling work there, contact Rose at 369-4313 or
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