Cindi Myers is the author of more than three dozen women’s fiction and romance novels.  An avid skier, knitter and reader, Cindi started her market newsletter in 2000 as a way to share the information she collected with others. You can find out more about her by visiting her website at http://www.CindiMyers.com

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  1. You have an amazing blog. Thank you for all this information. I would love to invite you to my new yahoo group called the publishing trove. It’s a private group for authors, publishing houses, bloggers, review sites, anyone that has anything to do with the publishing world.
    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/publishingtrove/
    We share informantion and chat.
    Hope to see you there.
    Trinity Blacio


  2. Cindi

    A friend of mine sent me a link to your blog. Wow. Nice job. I write some flash, short stories and specialty articles.

    You had markets on your page I’ve never heard of. I had an old gritty story hanging around I never could find a home for and I straight away sent it to Dark Discoveries, a pub you listed.

    I put you on my favorites list. Talk about giving a little something back!

    Many thanks.

    LarryS


    1. Thank you so much, Larry! Cindi

  3. Pam Says:

    Hi Cindi!
    I enjoyed reading your blog and I am curious how you connected it to your web page. Did you employ someone to help you, or do it yourself?
    Thanks for all your help. I sent my recent fiction short story to a magazine yesterday and I am hoping I hit their wants spot on.
    Take care,
    Pam P


    1. Hi Pam!
      Good luck with your new story. I have someone who does my webpage for me, because I am woefully ignorant.

  4. judith palmer Says:

    Will this subscribe me to your market news blog? A friend sends me links from time to time. I’m ready to get them myself. Thanks!


    1. You’re here, Judith. Welcome.


  5. Wanted to say you have a fantastic blog. Looking forward to your future posts.


    1. Thank you so much, Savannah!

  6. Jo Anderson Says:

    Ditto above comments … you do have a fantastic blog and now hold a spot on my favorites list! Thank you!

  7. April Crews Says:

    I love the information you provide on your blog. Very helpful! Is there a way to subscribe and get them via email?


    1. Thank you, April.
      You can send a blank email to CynthiaSterling-subscribe@yahoogroups.com and I will send you a notice when I post new market news to the blog. You’ll still have to click on the link to the blog, but the email makes it a little easier. Cindi

  8. Sherri Says:

    Wonderful blog!


  9. I get your blog through Marcia James. Now I’m here, myself. I wanted to ask if you know where Heroes and Heartbreakers sell the stories they buy. I see that they pay for stories, but I don’t see any for sale anywhere on the site.
    http://www.heroesandheartbreakers.com/page/submissions

    Thank you so much for providing so much valuable information to writers!


    1. Michele, my understanding is that they pay to publish the stories on the website. They may also sell them as ebook downloads through the site.

  10. Viv Says:

    Hi, Cindi,
    Brilliant blog.Your stunning book covers and intriguing titles entice a closer look. Thanks for taking the time to offer this industry information. I too would like to subscribe for new market posts via email, so I’ll click on the link to Yahoo Groups. I look forward to following your blog – and your writing. Cheers, Viv

  11. Kelli Jo Says:

    You are so involved! I had no idea. I am extremely proud of you, Aunt Cindi. 🙂 I’m leaving this post on your blog because I know that it is one place you won’t stray too far from. Hope ya’ll are doing well. I just ordered one of your books online, Rumor Has It. I started reading the eBook preview, and to say the least, I’m hooked.

    I love you!


    1. Thank you so much, sweetie! I hope you enjoy the book.


  12. Hi Cindi!

    I wanted to make you and your readers aware of our anthology project, New Orleans By Gaslight.

    New Orleans By Gaslight is an upcoming anthology of steampunk poetry and fiction, including erotica, set in an alternate Victorian-era city of New Orleans. Submissions accepted through October 31st, 2012.

    You can find out more at: http://neworleansbygaslight.wordpress.com/call-for-submissions/


  13. Hello, my name is Margaret Bates and I run a group called Legendary Women Inc. and we’re hosting our second literary contest and they deadline there goes through until May 8th. We wanted to know if it was possible to advertise or promote the contest with your market news blog. The link to the contest and its rules are here at http://www.legendarywomen.org/contest and if you have any further questions you can feel free to contact me at mbates@legendarywomen.org

    Thanks


    1. This looks like a great contest. Thanks for bringing it to our attention.

  14. Jordan Says:

    Hi Cindi,

    Useful blog for romance writers looking for recent market news. We have a blog post on 51 must-visit websites for romance writers that might interest you. Keep up the great work!

    Jordan
    Now Novel

  15. Dawn Dowdle Says:

    Love your newsletter. Is there a way to get a message in it as to the types of romances I am representing in my literary agency? dawn@blueridgeagency.com


    1. I think the best way is to post a comment here with your information and a link to your website. Thanks! Cindi.

  16. Dawn Dowdle Says:

    Always looking for romances and mysteries to represent. Especially looking for Amish romances, Contemporary Romances with some heat, Romantic Suspense (70 to 80% romance), Intrigue with some romance, Cozy Mystery, Amish Mystery, Historical Romance and Edge of your seat thrillers that start out with a bang.
    http://www.blueridgeagency.com for query instructions.

  17. A.J. Wilson Says:

    Hello Cindi,

    Thank you for sharing your stories with the world. I’ve enjoyed reading as many as I can get my hands on. I found Black Canyon Betrayal online and was wondering if this book will be available for sale at any point? I’d love to add it to my keeper shelf!

    Warm regards,

    Jodie Wilson


    1. Thank you, Jodie. Black Canyon Betrayal is a free online read only at this point, so no way to get it in print — yet.

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