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.

Friday, December 16, 2016

NEW RELEASE! A fantasy Christmas!

A Carmel Sunset by Carol Holland March
gay contemporary fantasy Christmas sensual romance
9440 words, 51 words
$0.99 in ebook

Lew lost everything he worked for. He's alone, broke, and preparing to sell the house he loves to stave off bankruptcy.

The voice in his head insists it's time for him to come home, whatever that means, but he's sure the voice is a symptom of stress. On Christmas Eve, he goes to a bar to forget what he's facing and meets George who insists they knew each other in college. Lew doesn't remember him, but the stranger is oddly familiar and their attraction is unmistakable.

Lew decides no harm can come from a dalliance over the holidays, but George has more in mind than a night of hot sex. What he shows Lew on the Carmel beach on Christmas Day forces Lew to face the fact that everything he believes about himself may be wrong.

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