Do want to publish your bisexual romance novel or novella without having to figure out cover design, blurbs, how to run ads, translations and audiobooks? We are here to help.
We are a full service ebook publisher. If we chose to work together, we will work with you to create a book that will sell based on our experiences. Once complete, you’ll hand us your finished manuscript and we’ll take it from there. We will create your cover, write your blurb, and publish your works. When appropriate, we will also run ads, translate your book into German and/or French, and turn them into audiobooks.
For this, the author and Gobebi will split the profit 50/50. The cost of cover design, ads, translation and audiobook production will be deducted before profit is determined. And, we will keep all cost at a minimum to ensure the highest profit share possible.
For example, we try to keep cover design under $20 (unless we have to outsource the work). We have translated over 200 books so we know how to keep translation cost down to a minimum. And we have produced over 50 audiobooks, so where know how to wrangle costs there. But, rest assured that we wouldn’t work with you unless we thought that our working together would be very profitable for everyone.
What we are looking for:
Subgenre – MMF bisexual romance
MMF is romance where swords cross. Everyone does have sex with everyone else at least once. And there is always two men and a woman as protagonists.
– First time gay
– Bad boys
– Friends to lovers
Heat level – Very hot
Detailed descriptions of sex is required.
Length – 15,000 to 65,000
How to submit:
Send us an email with ‘Book Submission’ in the title. Include a story synopsis which is less than a page. A few sentences will also be fine. Also include the book’s title, subgenre, tropes, heat level and length. We will get back to you if we think it is something that fits what we’re looking for and would like to know more.
Email: Alex @ alexandersbooks.com (no spaces in the address)
* Remember, if we choose not to work with you, it has nothing to do with how good your book is. It simply means that we don’t think we can use our specific expertise to sell enough of them to make everyone lots of money. 🙂