Small press pop quiz - Beau Coup Publishing

2 April 2014 / Leave a Comment
What makes Beau Coup Publishing different to other publishers?
Beau Coup Publishing was founded by a writer who is both traditionally and self-published. She had a desire to build a business which would offer writers a place where they could find a family atmosphere, be published but also be given guidance and help in the promotion of their books. Beau Coup seeks to help their authors find places to blog, be interviewed, be on the radio and their work be spotlighted in venues that cater to their specific genre. The owner desires to pay fair royalties, provide author support and to give the authors a place to learn and grow.    

What kind of manuscripts are you looking for? 
We publish romance, erotic romance, thriller, suspense, fantasy, women’s fiction, young adult, paranormal – even children’s books. I don’t publish short stories unless they are related and we can release them under one cover. I encourage series or trilogies and I require the first book in that series to have a minimum of 50,000 words.  Our goal is to release ten to twelve titles a month.

If someone was to read two books on your list, what should they be? 
Two titles I would recommend in the romance genre would be Consensual, by Katherine Rhodes and our newest Thunderbird by Sable Hunter and Ryan O’Leary. Two of other genres would be Protectors of the Vale, a fantasy by Major Curtiss Robinson and Lone Wolf Rising, a young adult paranormal fantasy by Jami Brumfield.

What are you excited about for 2014? 
I have much to be excited about. We are receiving submissions daily and I have many new authors lined up as well as authors who have come to me from other houses. We are growing, expanding, even planning on publishing a magazine, so there are opportunities on every hand. We have The Last Drop by Andrea Perno, several paranormal reads from Alicia Sparks and Isobelle Cate. Frank Borne gives us a glimpse into life in a Mardi Gras krewe and Elliot Dorfman takes us back in time with a paranormal fantasy of a woman who has lived multiple lives. Aurora Zahni offers us offbeat young adult novels. His Terminal Romance is a study in time travel and hopeless love. We have a new cowboy romance series by Susan Davis and several children’s books by Tricia Anderson, April Manning, Rebecca Lyndsey and Marsha Casper Cook. And that’s just a fraction of what we have to look forward to.


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