For Want Of A Nail (A Marketplace Short Story) by Laura Antoniou

ebook $1.99 ISBN: 9781613900161 9470 words The ebook edition is also available at: Barnes & Noble, Smashwords, Amazon, & AllRomanceEbooks. The ambulance pulled away at two, just as the glazier arrived. Chris could see them both through the window as he waited on hold. Thunder crashed; it was technically too early for a Nor’easter, but … Continue reading For Want Of A Nail (A Marketplace Short Story) by Laura Antoniou

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Click on each title to visit the ordering page for that title at Createspace, our print book supplier. These are for paperback sales only: THEMED ANTHOLOGIES: Best Bi Short Stories Best Bi Short Stories Charming: Modern Erotic… Charming: Modern Erotic… Coffee: Hot Coffee: Hot Like A Circlet Editor Like A Circlet Editor Like a Mask … Continue reading Paperback Store

Erotic Fantastic: The Best of Circlet Press 1992-2002 edited by Cecilia Tan

ebook $9.99 ISBN 9781613900284 paperback $19.95 ISBN 978-1885865441 126,000 words; 344 pp The ebook edition is also available at: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords, Kobo & AllRomanceEbooks. Also available in paperback! In the first ten years of its existence, Circlet Press published over thirty anthologies and several single-author works, all the time pushing at the boundaries … Continue reading Erotic Fantastic: The Best of Circlet Press 1992-2002 edited by Cecilia Tan

Nominate Your Favorite Circlet Author for the Ravishing Reads Awards!

The Erotic Authors Guild has opened up nominations for their Ravishing Reads Awards— and whether you’re a fellow writer, editor, blogger, or reader only you can help your favorite Circlet author win! Anyone can nominate their favorite erotic author. Neither the nominators nor the nominees need to be members of the Erotic Authors Guild. Each … Continue reading Nominate Your Favorite Circlet Author for the Ravishing Reads Awards!

Not-so-Microfiction: Layover by Elizabeth Schechter

“I’m sorry, sir. There are no other flights tonight, what with the storm.” As if to punctuate the young ramp agent’s sentence, there was a deep rumble of thunder that rattled the windows behind her. Her name tag said her name was Samantha, and she frowned slightly at her computer. “The soonest I can put … Continue reading Not-so-Microfiction: Layover by Elizabeth Schechter