Publisher set to recover 100 titles to e-readers before year’s end; aims to interest to ‘Fifty Shades of Grey‘ assembly and beyond.
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) Aug 03, 2012
Steam Books, a new publishing impress specializing in erotica and romance ebooks, done a ubiquitous entrance over a week, announced a publisher’s founders. In fact, a publisher has already expelled 25 titles to online sell giants Amazon, Barnes Noble, and a Kobo marketplace, and aims for that series to strike 100 before a finish of a year. The titles are cataloged on a publisher’s website, http://www.steam-books.com.
The confidant launch reflects a gold-rush-like heat that has taken over edition and media after a exile success of a erotic ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ book trilogy by E.L. James, as good as a bursting marketplace for intrigue and erotica on e-readers such as Kindle, Nook, and Kobo. In fact, for Kindle alone there are over 60,000 erotica titles.
“There’s a large volume of titles out there, and we consider new readers can get overwhelmed,” pronounced Anthony Stevens, vocalization on interest of Steam Books. “We wish to yield a edition temperament done generally for this genre that a reader can trust, so that they’ll know where to go for quality, veteran content.”
Stevens explains Steam Books’ strength lies in a editor-author relationships. “The good infancy of this element on e-readers is self-published, that is illusory and I’m blissful that edition is within so many writers’ reach, though it also means an editor or even a second opinion of any kind is a requisite. So you’ll get a lot of inapt work, and, to be frank, a lot of straight-up spam as well. We work with a authors to safeguard their prophesy is recorded while still portion a audience’s needs.”
The initial collection of titles Steam Books has expelled include of short-form stories and compilations that already simulate a accumulation of tastes. From steamy romance, such as ‘In Search of Annie,’ by Laura Lovely, to harder calm such as ‘Small Town Submission’ by Crystal White, to lighter transport such as ‘Crystal Ball’ by Jonathan Kollt, about a immature man’s hurl with a happening teller.
The primary assembly for such stories so distant has been women in general, Stevens explained, though Steam Books fast skeleton to bend out, as well. “I consider with both ‘Fifty Shades’ in a edition universe and ‘Magic Mike’ in a film world, there’s a remarkable recognition that women unequivocally do, in fact, adore this kind of material. That said, we’re going to yield a far-reaching accumulation of content. You’ll see happy titles, you’ll see some-more niche element like prevalence and submission. And yes, something for group in general, too.”
Readers can check out a Steam Books catalog and latest releases on their website, http://www.steam-books.com.