The future belongs to those who believe in their dreams.
Eleanor Roosevelt


Ramsfield Press is compiling an anthology of stories that have to do with food or cooking for a short story and recipes compilation on Cooking From Scratch. Editor Bill Moser would like stories from a variety of genres, but no horror or science fiction, please. Maximum length for stories is 5000 words. Payment is $25 and 3 copies.  Deadline is April 30 and you must submit via postal mail. Find the address and other details here.


If you’re a previously published author (self published, e-published or print published) and you retain the audio rights to your work; or if you’re an unpublished author who’d like to sell your stories to audio publishing, Audio Lark is accepting submissions of Romance, Erotic Romance, Contemporary Fiction, Suspense, Mystery, Science Fiction and Fantasy, and Young Adult fiction. While they’re open to full-length novels, they’re especially interested in short stories and novellas to 35,000 words. They pay royalties on sales of audio books and they also have a division that produces e-books, if you’re interested in that.  Read their submission guidelines for more details.


Here’s a sneak peak at the cover for my next release from Aurora Regency Historical. This the first in a trilogy of western historicals, originally published by Kensington Books in 2000. Nobility Ranch will be available May 6.


Crescent Moon Press publishes print and e-book editions of  fantasy, futuristic and paranormal romance. The editors are open to all kinds of stories, from retellings of historical tails to space opera, steampunk, high fantasy, time travel and all types of paranormal.  They also publish YA books in these genres. All stories must have a strong romantic element. They are interested in novellas from 20,000 to 40,000 words, and novels 60,000 to 120,000 words. Find all the submissions particulars here.


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