Introducing the Circlet Concierge!

Our reader survey has been getting us lots of fascinating and useful data about what you guys enjoy. (And lots of sweet compliments–we can’t get enough of those either!)

One thing that caught our eye is that among the suggestions in the “books you’d like to see” field are several that we have actually already published. On consideration, this makes sense–our catalog is large and kind of messy; and we take pride in publishing books that are hard to categorize.

So we thought we’d try to close that gap. Leave a comment here–anonymously, pseudonymously, or regularnonymously as you prefer–with something you’d like to see: a theme, a kink, a tone, a setting–whatever. We’ll consult our editors and let you know if we have a book that matches what you’re looking for.  And if we don’t, we promise to bring up every suggestion at our editorial retreat in April. If we do a book based on your idea, we’ll send you a free copy.

32 thoughts on “Introducing the Circlet Concierge!”

  1. I would love to see a book with stories about age as a virtue, something sexy instead of something unfortunate. Badass grandparents and childless elders of all genders going on epic adventures and saving the world with sexiness in!

    1. Ooh, that’s a good one, Mad! We definitely don’t have an anthology with that as the theme, but I bet we can find some short stories that you would enjoy. I’ll ask around…

        1. Hey Mad–

          I’ve been told that there’s an important secondary character in Cameron Quintain’s Viscountess series who is a sexy and sexually active woman in her sixties. Several writers when I asked them drew a blank, but expressed interest in an anthology on this theme.

    1. I am CERTAIN we have a bunch with those elements. Are you interested in magical transformations too, or just technological?

  2. I’m looking for a swashbuckling sci-fi novel with lots of explicit interludes. Preferably with a loving couple at the center, but who like to explore others either separately or together. And if they have a great sense of humor (aka Nick and Nora from the Thin Man series) all the better! I’m also not opposed to a variety of queer couplings (or groupings!)

  3. Looking for transmasculine, boy-identified (or submissive) main characters. Love both femme dom & gay daddies for him (or could be separate stories).

    I enjoy magical worlds as well as futuristic worlds, so I’m open to a variety of possible settings.

    1. Hi Allison! Polyamory is one of our favorite topics! You’ll find it popping up in various stories in anthologies (and is often paired with themes of bisexuality and pansexuality) as well as novels like the recently published Cygenic by Monique Poirier, and I believe it’s also an element in House of Sable Locks by Elizabeth Schechter.

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