New Feature! – Circlet Backlist Read Along

With the holidays wrapping up and the new year just around the corner, some of us are already thinking about resolutions. “Read more” is always a popular habit we try to cultivate in the new year. So, why not read more geeky erotica, while you’re at it?

On January 1st 2016, I will begin my own personal resolution to ultimately read every title in publication by Circlet Press. But with a quest this ambitious, it might be dangerous to go alone. So, I’m taking you all with me on a massive cross-platform read along!

You can join in the fun by adding or following us on one or all of these social media platforms: Goodreads GroupTwitter: #CBRA – Tumblr: #CBRA

Towards the end of every month, we’ll collect the highlights from conversations across our feeds in a round up post here at And as we progress with this new regular feature each month, we’ll try out different ways to reward participating readers: Discounts? Giveaways? Author interviews? Bonus content? Only time and feedback from /you/ will tell!

To see what title we’ll be tackling first, click on!

Originally published in 1992, this was the Circlet Press title that started it all:


The classic, groundbreaking chapbook of BDSM science fiction includes all three stories from the original collection: “Telepaths Don’t Need Safewords”, “Cat Scratch Fever”, and “Heart’s Desire”. Kinky, intense erotic love stories mixing bondage & domination with sci-fi/fantasy. It’s the “age of majority” edition because the book is now 18 years old!

Cecilia Tan launched her career as an erotica writer and erotic science fiction pioneer in 1991 when she wrote “Telepaths Don’t Need Safewords” and first released it on the newsgroup. She then founded Circlet Press to publish the printed edition, and quickly expanded to publishing many other works of erotic science fiction and fantasy.

You can purchase this ebook at CircletAmazon KindleBarnes & Noble NookSmashwords – AllRomanceEbooks

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