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Whichever way it is done, the author gets 65% of the sale price, though things like credit card fees reduce this; the publisher actually takes only 10%. The proprietor feels that my prior report of small sales is ignorant, but did not provide informed figures.June 2007 update: A very favorable report that they have sales confirmation emails and online stats that match.I try to cover electronic publishers, but will add others as they come to my attention if they seem to represent a viable market for writers. If your manuscript is truly outstanding, then we will publish your work regardless if you are a published author or not." They like to cultivate long-term relationships with their authors by providing them with dedicated editorial and marketing assistance.So this would seem to be a good place to be, if you have a good enough book. July 2011 update: I was informed that their address has been modified, so I have modified it accordingly. January 2013 update: They no longer accept unsolicited submissions. October 2017 update: they now charge a one time non-refundable fee of to perform virus scanning.If someone cares to offer a standardized format, I'll be happy to run it here.Then maybe publishers will start saying "Standardized Format Accepted" and the problem will fade as uncooperative publishers stop receiving submissions. December 2005 update: I understand they are now defunct. That would be weird for anyone trying to buy and sell books. A self publisher: the author prepares all the files himself, uploads them free, and they appear immediately in the catalogue.I've seen publishers state that if their particular formats are not followed to the letter, submissions will be deleted unread. My inclination is to do it my way, which was good enough for traditional publishers for 40 years, or moderately adapted for electronic format, and any electronic publisher who objects can do without my business.
January 2013 update: I was again unable to discover terms, but they must be buying, because there's a slew of hot bondage books. January 2013 update: This time I got Google ads, so I guess this publisher has folded. This is a traditional, mainstream, independent publisher that asked to be included in this listing."They are friendly, informative, always willing to help and above all they pay out every month." February 2008 update: They certainly have an array of hard-core erotica, but this time I could not find information on submissions or terms for writers. June 2008 update: the publisher let me know where the terms are listed: under Still 65% on direct sales, 40% when sold via affiliates.April 2007 update: information from the publisher is that they offer both a publishing and self publishing service.All the books listed with them are done straight; self published books are handled by their authors.