stephanieAs you know, if you’re a regular visitor to my blog, I have been a teeny weeny bit excitable (and absent) of late, due to my publishing business opening and taking off rather nicely. This is due in no small thanks to some really lovely people who have supported me, and those who have already submitted work or sent queries.

This is only a short post, but I really wanted to share with you the beautiful cover that the designer produced for Byron Cane’s erotic novella, The Spanking Misadventures of Stephanie, just because I think it’s gorgeous!

I was so happy when I received it that I could have cried. Now I just can’t wait for us to complete the edits and proofing on the book so I can make it available for e-readers, and take it to print! I wrote a bit more about the designer here, if you’d like to know a bit more about her.

Just a little extra, too, and a heads up for anyone who may be interested: I will soon have a call out for submissions of dark and profoundly erotic fairy tales that are heavily based on the sinister, often sinful, non-sanitized stories from of the ‘original’ fairy tale teller, Charles Perrault, and his successors, the Brothers Grimm and Hans Christian Andersen. Although, I wouldn’t rule out those told as French ‘salon’ stories (and very unsuitable for children) by Madame d’Aulnoy!

If you’d like any extra information on that, before the official call goes out, feel free to leave a comment or email me. I’ll answer on or on (I’m not proud — I’ll answer to pretty much anything! 😉

(And aren’t I doing well, refraining from referring to Byron Cane as Lurv Spanking? Oh. Um…).

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12 Replies to “Just wanted to share…cover release for Byron Cane’s spanking novella”

    1. Thank you! I really appreciate your support. It’s almost done — the interior formatting has begun, the ISBN for the paperback is now a bar code, and the e-book uploads have been started. And what’s even more exciting is that Clarian Press books are going to be in the Nielsen catalogue, giving bricks and mortar store customers the means to buy, making them available to wholesalers, and also to libraries. Getting very excited now!

      1. Thanks. Yes, I am delighted to have persuaded the lovely folks at Nielsen to take on the books!
        You know EXACTLY how to sign up: Get that submission of yours finished and send it to me!! 😉

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