Shocking, I know. A new romance epublisher.
I have nothing at all against this new start up. But how many different romance epublishers can the market really support?
Owned by Joan Alley this one leans 'Inspy'. But there are already a few even in that niche.
Besides being anti-erotic you are also not allowed to "promote atheism, witchcraft or devil-worship."
In my book, putting atheism next to devil worship is a lot like listing homosexuality next child abuse. It betrays something of a prejudice rather than simply a genre specialty. But what would I know, being a heathen and all.
I am going to go out on a limb here and guess they don't want gay romance either.
(Want to guess what other names their only author, Trinity Hart, might go by?)