Guiliano Imports: A Erotic Tale of Satisfaction Guaranteed
by Bill Smith
Price: $17.95
Paperback: 169 pages
ISBN:  978-1-935509-78-3

This tale of homoerotic slavery has it all: an Italian count who is fascinated with Roman-style litters and the muscular slaves that power those litters along with servicing guests at his Roman style orgies; an English esquire whose estate features “Slavemobiles” and whose guests are accustomed to use of the estate slaves whenever they want; a family of shrewd entrepreneurs who run a highly successful slave training and premium sales facility on an uncharted remote Greek island; and  a 5th generation Arabian sheik whose family has a monopoly on slave sales with his country and who operate a prolific slave breeding farm to supply their auction barns.  Intertwined in this tale are two very expensive epitomes of manhood, Sergei, a Polish slave, and Santos, an Italian slave, who end up happily being owned by all of these characters at one time or another and who themselves supervise and use whole squads of young slaves (including a rogue slave from the streets of England who has to be “broken” to his whole new status in life) purchased by their masters not only for their beautiful bodies, handsome faces, prodigious equipment, and willing attitude, but also for their high level of sexual training which practically guarantees total satisfaction to all who use them.

The Brazilian
by Bill Smith
Price: $17.95
Paperback: 180 pages
ISBN:  978-1-935509-60-8

“The Brazilian” is a dynamic and fascinating tale of two very wealthy handsome young men, an American and a Brazilian, meeting my chance in New York City, becoming instant friends as well as insatiable bed partners. Christian Nelson, living off inherited wealth, is instantly engulfed in Joao de Silva’s extensive slave industry in the far reaches of Brazil. After an initial visit to Joao’s ranch, he is ‘hooked’ on slave acquisition, specialized training, breeding, merchandising, and sales and eventually goes into partnership with his Brazilian friend after a second visit a few years late. Over the years the two extend their enterprises to the burgeoning U.S. market and specialize in breeding and sales of “prime” merchandise throughout the entire world as well as U.S. markets. But a sudden U.S. government nationalization of the trillion dollar slave industry leaves both businessmen destitute and enslaved themselves despite their expertise in the making, breaking and sales of millions of ‘human livestock.” As Joao philosophically reviews his life with Christian, “What goes around comes around.”

Bates Training Center
by Bill Smith
Price: $16.95
Paperback: 133 pages
ISBN:  978-1-935509-59-2

"Bates Training Center" is a highly acclaimed, exciting, and fascinating tale about a poor innocent kid in Pittsburgh, Jonathan Randolph Bates, who suddenly inherits from an obscure great-uncle one of the countries most renowned slave training centers along with hundreds of already trained slaves, a most competent staff of slave trainers who are themselves slaves, and several company executives who know exactly how to do their jobs.  Despite his ignorance about slaves and their management, Jonathan picks up on the trade quickly with an almost intuitive grasp of what's needed in training, maintenance, breeding, and sales of human livestock. 
     Within a few months, Bates Training Center is reaching new heights of highly profitable sales under Jonathan's leadership, and, eventually, branching out into an attempt to develop specialized 'breeds' of slaves designed for specific tasks.  Years later, this new venture finally proves to be highly successful and leads to national recognition and prominence in the trade.  Jonathan, however, despite all his new wealth, remains the same humble and inquiring person he always was, proving his late great-uncle right in leaving everything to his only, but obscure, relative. 
     Readers state: "Absolutely the best book in this genre I've ever read;" "At last, an absorbing tale about slaves that hangs together, is very well written, and so interesting you can't put it down;" "Bill Smith remains at the top of the list when it comes to writing great stories about slaves."