Thanks so much Sara, for having No Boundaries Press here today.
This month I’m going to mostly let some of our wonderful new releases do the talking. However, I will talk a small bit on censorship since NBP recently became a vendor as well.
We have been asked multiple times why, as a publisher, would we agree to “host” books that aren’t published by us. It’s a really simple answer for us. It’s more about the principle of censorship than having that extra percent in our business account. As it is, we give our authors a larger percent than most other companies (I honestly don’t know of any that beat us). So, we followed through and did the same with our vendor area.
For our vendors we offer them a larger royalty and we do more work than the other vendors for them. We simply want to be fair. And to not have anyone censored. A right to choose is important in many instances, we happen to speak up for the readers and the authors.
After some more thought, we decided to open it up to all Indie Authors and Publishers, even those who don’t have anything pulled off the shelves.
As the year progresses, we’re hoping to work with more wonderful NBP authors, other publishers and more great Indie Authors.
It’s all about the writing and reading for us.
Here’s a sneak peak at a few of our recent releases.
Grade-A-Sex Deal by Erica Pike
When College professor Daniel Corrigan was brutally kicked out of his home after revealing his true sexuality to his wife, he had to make a whole new life for himself. For the first time in two years Daniel’s main heartache isn’t the none-existent relationship with his two kids, but the fact that the grade-A-sex deal with his student Troy Anderson is about to expire. After a whole semester of office fun, Troy has managed to squeeze his way into the core of Daniel’s soul. Daniel, however, is positive he’s nothing more to Troy but a teacher who can modify a grade.
A Grade-A-Sex Deal is the second of five in a series of short stories.
Nigel & Lance by Kharisma Rhayne
Nigel is a professional sports player with a wonderful boyfriend at home. Their sex is always hot and Lance is always willing to do whatever it takes to keep Nigel happy. But, what has Nigel been hiding?
Fighting Faith by Brandie Buckwine
Eric’s band is on the verge of making the big time and life is good. But when he’s forced to work with Faith, a sexy but hateful woman, life for the foreseeable future might be a little rocky. The tension between Eric and Faith is nearly tangible. Their troublesome friction abruptly becomes a lust-hate situation, fraught with vicious barbs and spite, but an explosive sexual chemistry could burn them both, leaving nothing but a pile of ashes in its wake. But Cupid has a wicked sense of humor, and the two of them will find that the person you hate the most can rock your world the hardest.
Sex Tales From West County: Billy’s Tale by Ken Charles
Billy, age 28, was orphaned at a young age, and raised by his distant, exceedingly rich grandmother. He turned his back on his extremely rich upbringing when he turned eighteen, and moved to L.A. But his grandmother died and left him everything. Billy returns home to more money and free time than he ever imagined. He uses his new found resources to explore his kinky side.
Haunted by S.H. Roddey
When Bobby Gaston walks into a diner and orders a beer with his breakfast, he can't quite remember why he needs the fortification. While he wants to remember, he's pretty sure he doesn't want to know what happened. He strikes up a conversation with the cute little waitress, Sheila, who offers him a ride back to the house on Normandy Road where he claims his ghost-hunter friends are sleeping after a night of exploration in the spooky old mansion.
Only, Bobby knows his friends aren't just sleeping. He inherited the house from his grandfather, and while his memory is hazy, his unerring knowledge that something evil lurks inside makes him hesitate. But with the spunky and impetuous Sheila by his side, the darkness doesn't seem so bad... until she leaves him hanging.
Bobby is left with two options: turn tail and run, or face his personal demons while fighting against the evil that waits for him.
Mooner by Selah Janel
Like many young men at the end of the 1800s Bill has signed on to work in a logging camp to earn a fast paycheck to start his life. Unfortunately his role model is Big John, the camp’s golden boy known for blowing his pay as fast as he makes it. On a cold Saturday night they enter Red’s Saloon to forget the work that takes the sweat and the lives of so many. Red may have plans for their whiskey money, but something else lurks in the shadows, something that badly wants a drink that has nothing to do with alcohol. Can Bill make it back out the shabby door or does someone have their own plans for his future?