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8 Useful Things to Do While Waiting to Hear Back on Your Query

Ah, the waiting game. Truly publishing’s favorite pasttime. For authors, agents, and editors alike, it’s a huge part of the process and unfortunately unavoidable.

Authors just starting to query their work are most likely in for a long wait  before things start to move along. 1,339 more words

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Love Found Series Open Submission

Love Found Series:   20k to 40 k word Contemporary or Historical Stories can take place anywhere at anytime…. but titles should be such as ( Love Found in, Love Found on, Love Found at )   Christian or squeaky clean romance or mystery with a romantic twist. 62 more words

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Submitting a Short Story the Same as a Novel?

     WHEN WRITING A novel, the editing process is extensive and we all know about beta readers and getting opinions on the piece before continuing, before eventually submitting it to a publisher or literary agent. 221 more words

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Open Submissions

Submissions for your stand alone novels or novellas books are always welcome. 

If you have a Christian romance or mystery with a romantic twist… send us a short proposal. 487 more words

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Open Submission Love Found Christmas

We are open to submissions for our Love Found series.  These 20,000 word novellas begin as stand alone books, but we want to put a series of Christmas ones together as a collection this year.  44 more words

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Snow Globe Christmas

We are so excited to open submissions for our Snow Globe Christmas Collection.

These novellas should be20K to 30K words. The story should be about a contemporary character who magically enters into a snow globe world (old fashioned of some sort) and finds true love during the Christmas Season. 49 more words

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My most promising rejection yet...!

Yep, I am going to wear that oxymoron like a badge of honour. I got a really good rejection, folks!

Those of you who have been following my progress on the precarious path to publication may remember the post I wrote before Christmas describing how, at the end of a seven-month-long submission process, I was unfortunately unsuccessful with a publisher in the States. 442 more words

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