Fireborn Publishing Promises...

Fireborn Publishing promises to authors that we will...

1. …be true to the EPIC Code of Conduct for publishers.
2. …pay authors first…always. Owner pay comes out of the budget last. We will not spend money until authors are paid. Period. When the opportunity arises, we will reinvest money in growing the business.
3. …consider all suggestions brought to us seriously, at a monthly meeting between owner staff, whether the suggestions come from authors, editors, or readers.
4. …allow our staff to do what they do best, within their budgets, without micromanagement.
5. …departments support other departments as much as we can. Streamlining the job for everyone lightens the load.
6. …help our authors to promote/market their work to the best of our ability, teach new authors to promote/market themselves, and be available to answer all questions authors have.
7. …write and maintain an ebook for authors, giving answers to commonly-asked questions, and maintain active communication between authors and contacts in the individual departments.
8. ...Maintain PDF copies of royalty reports and book copies online, so authors can download their copies, in perpetuity.

Monday, June 6, 2016

NEW REVIEWS for Fireborn books!



It Takes an Artist... (Quint and Clay Art Crimes #2) by Edward Kendrick

"If you like the idea of getting to witness the process of hunting criminals out to make money by using forged art as part of their nefarious plans, if you want to know more about two men who start out as patient and doctor only to discover they want a relationship, and if you're looking for a read with wonderful characters, interesting twists and turns in the process of solving a crime, and a suspenseful story, then you will probably like this novella."
Serena Yates for Rainbow Book Reviews


It Takes a Forger... (Quint and Clay Art Crimes #3) by Edward Kendrick

"With each book in this series, I am becoming more convinced that art crimes are my new passion! Yes, there have also been murders (which I find more difficult to deal with), but mostly the stories have been focused on the different types of art, the artists who produced the works, and the things that can go wrong when criminals get their hands on the more valuable pieces. This third book is a case in point--it's all about forged art that is used to take greedy collectors for a ride.

"If you like the idea of watching the process of setting a clever trap for an art forger, if you want to know more about two men who think they can't like each other only to discover they may be very well suited, and if you're looking for a read with all kinds or art and the men who produce it, some twists and turns in the capture of a criminal, and a happy ending, then you will probably like this novella."
Serena Yates for Rainbow Book Reviews


The Match Boy and the Inventor (A Once Upon a Future Story) by Pelaam

"Like many fairy tales, the original version of this story, 'The Little Girl with the Matchsticks' by Danish poet and author Hans Christian Andersen, is a very sad affair. It was first published in 1845, and that is roughly when this newer version takes place as well. However, 'The Match Boy and the Inventor' is set in an alternative, Steampunk-ish universe and has a far, far happier outcome. It is written with the period and its "mechanical wonders" in mind, but left me feeling as though I'd read a true fairy tale.

"If you like sweet fairy tales whose happy ending makes up for the initial angst, if you enjoy reading about men who are an unlikely match at first glance, yet fit together perfectly once they focus on what's important to them, and if you're looking for a sweet read with the slightly otherworldly feel of a Steampunk story, then you will probably like this novella."
Serena Yates for Rainbow Book Reviews


Slayer (Demonica Origins #1) by Pelaam
"This first book in a new series about the origins of the Demonica Universe goes back into an alternate version of the seventeenth century to tell the story of Alessandro, a slayer hired by the church to eliminate preternatural threats, and his secret lover, apothecary Jose. If you like creepy stories with hellish fiends threatening the very existence of anyone within their reach, if you want to see how two men who have to hide their love triumph over their enemies, and if you're looking for a read that is as scary and brutal as it is suspenseful, then you will probably enjoy this novella."
Serena Yates for Rainbow Book Reviews

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