I've read more than a few Tyrus titles and have always enjoyed reading the authors that have signed with them. I'm looking forward to your release, Steve. Your stuff is in good hands...I do believe.
Although Tyrus is diversifying, LeRoy said that in doing so, the press continues to fulfill its mission. “It’s never been about CSI or clever detectives; it’s more about what makes us all human. I don’t need there to be a crime,” LeRoy explained. At the moment, he has at least one noncrime novel planned for 2014. There are, to date, approximately 60 Tyrus titles in print; a number of Tyrus backlist titles were originally published by LeRoy’s previous publishing venture, Bleak House.
Good article, Steve. I tried to find out if they accept YA submissions, but couldn't find it. Would you or anyone else know off hand if they do?
The imprint will remain based in Avon, Mass. The purchase includes Adams' fiction imprints Merit Press, Crimson Romance, and Tyrus Books.