The founder of SinCyr Publishing is passionate about her lifestyle and healing her trauma through sexuality. When she ventured into BDSM, she had a difficult time finding information on healing trauma through sexuality. Sienna created SinCyr Publishing in hopes of providing delicious erotic and romantic fiction as well as nonfiction content around BDSM, sexuality, consent, and more.
At SinCyr Publishing, we wish to provide relatable characters facing real problems to our readers, in the sexiest and most romantic manner possible. What does this mean to us? We want bodies of all shapes, sizes, physical ability, race, gender, relationship style, and sexual preference. Our intent is to offer a large selection of books to readers that cover topics ranging from sexual healing to sexual empowerment, to body positivity, gender equality, and more.
Erotica is amazing and we are all for our readers simply enjoying our content for spank material, but our ultimate goal is to provide educational and sex-positive characters and storylines. Too many of us experience body shaming, sexual shaming, and/or sexual abuse in our lives and we want to publish stories that allow people to connect to the characters and find healing. This means healthy BDSM practices. It means characters that understand consent and don’t take part in boundary crossing. The latter goes for romance as well.
We want to provide content that serves in the shifting of rape culture.
This can look like many things: a sci-fi with three consenting alien partners or a mainstream novel, where a sweet couple falls in love and struggles because they’re kinky and living in the Bible belt. No matter what the content is, our focus is on empowering our readers through our content. Which means even if aliens are the main characters, their problems need to be relatable to us as humans.
Most of us aren’t the popular, rich, athlete with the perfect body and charismatic demeanor. Most of us are awkward, have struggles, and we have to work on ourselves to find happiness and acceptance of who we are. Meeting our goal would mean that readers could find healing, knowledge, and/or empowerment through our books.
To provide sex-positive, body-positive, and sexually empowered characters and content to readers of both erotic and romantic fiction and nonfiction. We’ll begin with anthologies and novellas for fiction and just about any of the nonfiction topics listed on the submissions page. We plan to start small and grow as we can.