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  1. Jessica Alvarez, Senior Literary Agent at BookEnds Literary Agency is joining us to review pitches from Passionate Ink members October 8 - 12, 2018! Jessica Alvarez, Senior Literary Agent at BookEnds Literary Agency will be reviewing pitches exclusively from Passionate Ink Member. She is looking for Contemporary, Historical, Suspense / Thriller / Mystery, BDSM / Ds, LGBT, Menage / Poly novel length manuscripts. While she will review manuscripts currently being considered elsewhere, she is not interested in previously published work. About the Agency Since opening its doors in 1999, BookEnds Literary Agency has never strayed from our original goal: Achieving dreams and doing what we love. Representing fiction and nonfiction for adults and children alike, BookEnds agents continue to live their dreams while helping authors achieve theirs. First opened as a book packaging company, we were originally looking to take our own fresh and fun ideas and find just the right people to create the books publishers and readers were looking for. Over time, we missed working on fiction and seeing what could come from an author’s imagination as well as an author’s platform. So not two years after opening its doors, BookEnds changed its literary status to Agency. While the industry has changed, and BookEnds has grown, the one thing we’ve never lost is our passion and love for books and the authors who create them. Learn more about this Agency on their website. Simultaneous Submissions This Agency will review works that are concurrently being considered by another publisher. (As always, be forthcoming with a publisher/editor/agent when you submit a simultaneous submission!) Previous Publications This Agency will NOT review works that have been previously published. Agent Guidelines Visit the Agency's submissions page here. Member Pitching Guidelines Following are the guidelines for the editor and agent pitches: HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR PITCH: The pitch will be held in the PI forum. The author must forward their pitch to pitch@passionateink.org Monday - Thursday before the pitch. The Pitch Chair will post pitches to the Pitching Arena. The Pitching Arena will be accessible only to members that are pitching and to editors/agents. Editors/agents will have access to post comments, accept or reject a submission, or ask for author contact info. (Editor’s may choose to post or may choose to communicate through the Pitch Chair.) Once the pitching round is completed pitch threads will be deleted and access to the pitching arena reverted so please ensure you copy the comments made about your pitch. Everyone will have access for up to 1 week after pitching review starts (Friday to Friday). The Pitch Chair will coordinate forum access for all parties prior to the pitch session, and connect authors and agents/editors at the editor’s request when the pitch session is over. The Pitch Chair will notify you when your pitch is posted, when you have access to the arena, and when or if an editor has requested your full submission based on your pitch. Each writer is to prepare and submit the following: Name – will remain anonymous, for administrative use only to confirm your membership Email – will remain anonymous, for administrative use only confirm your membership Title Genre Word count of manuscript A 300 word pitch - or specific instructions per the editor. (Submissions above this count will be truncated) It is expected that the manuscript is complete and not a work in progress. Your pitch should be polished and professional; if you’d like guidance on how to prepare your pitch, please reach out to your fellow members, the board (directors@passionateink.org) for additional input and resources, and of course, check out Google search!
  2. We’ve secured Treva Harte at Changeling Press to review pitches from Passionate Ink members in August! For full details, read on below ... ------------------------------ August 13 - 17, 2018: Treva Harte Treva Harte, Editor is seeking erotic romance Novellas in the Contemporary, Futuristic/Sci-fi, Paranormal/Fantasy, BDSM / Ds, LGBT, Menage / Poly subgenres. Treva has been doing this for quite awhile and is very flexible about pitches. She may ask questions about motivation or conflict or how things resolve, so be prepared. ------------------------------ About the Publisher We publish women’s Sci-Fi/Futuristic, Dark and Urban Fantasy, Paranormal, Action Adventure, BDSM, and Guilty Pleasures (Contemporary) Erotic Romance. All submissions must be targeted for at least one of these genres and must be Women’s Erotic Romance. While there should be both highly erotic and romantic elements to the book, relationships and endings should be plot driven. We don’t demand your characters trot off to get married at the end of the book, though we do ask for a HEA (Happy Ever After) or, in the case of serials, a HFN (Happy For Now). We’ve only got one heat level — over-the-top hot! We can handle anything you send us as long as it meets our guidelines (content must be legal for an over 21 audience and geared toward a primarily female readership). We do not accept simultaneous submissions (an author should not send the same book to several publishers at the same time). We do accept multiple submissions (an author may send us several books at the same time). Length: We accept submissions from 12 to 30 thousand words for single titles. Serials from unsigned authors must be submitted as a completed set. Simultaneous Submissions This publisher will NOT review works that are concurrently being considered by another publisher. (As always, be forthcoming with a publisher/editor when you submit a simultaneous submission!) Previous Publications From the publisher: Only if we can do something different with them -- combine a series as a box set, produce a book from an anthology as a single title, or pick up book 1 of an unfinished series from a house that closed and complete the series Publisher Guidelines Visit the publisher's submissions pages, FAQs, and guidelines here. Member Pitching Guidelines Following are the guidelines for the editor and agent pitches: HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR PITCH: The pitch will be held in the PI forum. The author must forward their pitch to pitch@passionateink.org Monday - Thursday before the pitch. The Pitch Chair will post pitches to the Pitching Arena. The Pitching Arena will be accessible only to members that are pitching and to editors/agents. Editors/agents will have access to post comments, accept or reject a submission, or ask for author contact info. (Editor’s may choose to post or may choose to communicate through the Pitch Chair.) Once the pitching round is completed pitch threads will be deleted and access to the pitching arena reverted so please ensure you copy the comments made about your pitch. Everyone will have access for up to 1 week after pitching review starts (Friday to Friday). The Pitch Chair will coordinate forum access for all parties prior to the pitch session, and connect authors and agents/editors at the editor’s request when the pitch session is over. The Pitch Chair will notify you when your pitch is posted, when you have access to the arena, and when or if an editor has requested your full submission based on your pitch. Each writer is to prepare and submit the following: Name – will remain anonymous, for administrative use only to confirm your membership Email – will remain anonymous, for administrative use only confirm your membership Title Genre Word count of manuscript A 300 word pitch - or specific instructions per the editor. (Submissions above this count will be truncated) It is expected that the manuscript is complete and not a work in progress. Your pitch should be polished and professional; if you’d like guidance on how to prepare your pitch, please reach out to your fellow members, the board (directors@passionateink.org) for additional input and resources, and of course, check out Google search!
  3. We’ve secured Toni Kelley of Extasy Books to review pitches exclusively from Passionate Ink Members this May! For full details, read on below ... ------------------------------ May 7 - 11: Toni Kelley Toni Kelley, Acquisitions Editor, at Extasy Books is seeking well developed romantic plots where sex scenes are incidental to the plot, not the main focus. Minimum word count accepted is 15,000. ------------------------------ About the Publisher We strive to provide a strong, supportive and creative environment for our authors while presenting readers with uniquely innovative entertainment. Our editors are well versed in the industry offering strength with encouragement, compassion and diligence. We are looking for well developed, romantic plots that envelop the reader in the world you have created and makes them care about what happens to your main characters. Sex scenes are incidental to the plot—not the main focus—in the stories we are interested in acquiring. There must be romance unless you are submitting an erotica story and even then, while romance may not feature, we do still need your book to meet the above criteria in relation to storyline. If you feel that your book fulfills these requirements and does not feature any of our 'do not accept' list below, then please submit your pitch! For short and simple, here is what we will NOT accept: We do NOT accept manuscripts (MS) with obvious grammar and editing issues. Manuscripts should be critiqued and polished prior to submitting. We do NOT accept currently published books; anywhere on the web is considered published. This includes with another publisher and/or self-published. Your book cannot be available anywhere on the web. We do NOT accept simultaneous submissions; this means sent to more than just us. We do NOT accept porn; this is sex for the sake of sex or a series of sex scenes; we want a complete story. We do NOT accept underage sex (sex with/around minors; minors are under 18). Please note, students in high school are most likely underage and therefore cannot have sex on the page in a book. We do NOT accept incest in any form; this includes step-siblings—especially those who keep calling each other brother/sister/cousin/etc. We do NOT accept molestation/cruelty/abuse of children, animals or unwilling participants. We do NOT accept rape; even if the participant starts to enjoy it after a few strokes, any resistance can be and often is considered rape. We do NOT accept BDSM that results in actual physical damage. We do NOT accept bestiality: shifters are not animals but are intelligent beings. We do NOT accept necrophilia: vampires are not dead bodies but are living thinking beings. We do NOT accept strangulation/suffocation as part of the sex act (includes self-inflicted or otherwise). We do NOT accept golden showers/any act containing the use of feces. We do NOT accept rape or incest fantasies because we do not accept rape or incest; see above. Learn more about this publisher on the website's submissions page. Simultaneous Submissions This publisher will NOT review works that are concurrently being considered by another publisher. (As always, be forthcoming with a publisher/editor when you submit a simultaneous submission!) Previous Publications From the publisher: Yes, provided that you hold all the rights to the story. We will need proof of this at the time of submitting the proposal. We would also like to know why you want a second chance with this book. e.g., did you find that it didn’t sell well (if so, why?—e.g., was it submitted to the ‘wrong’ publisher and promoted in the wrong market. How would you promote it differently?) Did the publisher go out of business? Works that have been accepted for a specific market may not find a home in eXtasy without substantial rewriting. It might be easier to write a new book. However, if you feel that the book is worth the effort and a second chance, then we will consider it via the usual submission process, but the editor-in-chief will scrutinize the work even more closely than a ‘new’ work. Publisher Guidelines Visit the publisher's submissions pages, FAQs, and guidelines here. Member Pitching Guidelines Following are the guidelines for the editor and agent pitches: HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR PITCH: The pitch will be held in the PI forum. The author must forward their pitch to pitch@passionateink.org Monday - Thursday before the pitch. The Pitch Chair will post pitches to the Pitching Arena. The Pitching Arena will be accessible only to members that are pitching and to editors/agents. Editors/agents will have access to post comments, accept or reject a submission, or ask for author contact info. (Editor’s may choose to post or may choose to communicate through the Pitch Chair.) Once the pitching round is completed pitch threads will be deleted and access to the pitching arena reverted so please ensure you copy the comments made about your pitch. Everyone will have access for up to 1 week after pitching review starts (Friday to Friday). The Pitch Chair will coordinate forum access for all parties prior to the pitch session, and connect authors and agents/editors at the editor’s request when the pitch session is over. The Pitch Chair will notify you when your pitch is posted, when you have access to the arena, and when or if an editor has requested your full submission based on your pitch. Each writer is to prepare and submit the following: Name – will remain anonymous, for administrative use only to confirm your membership Email – will remain anonymous, for administrative use only confirm your membership Title Genre Word count of manuscript A 300 word pitch - or specific instructions per the editor. (Submissions above this count will be truncated) It is expected that the manuscript is complete and not a work in progress. Your pitch should be polished and professional; if you’d like guidance on how to prepare your pitch, please reach out to your fellow members, the board (directors@passionateink.org) for additional input and resources, and of course, check out Google search!
  4. We’ve secured Margaret Riley and Crystal Esau at Changeling Press to review pitches from Passionate Ink members for the month of April! For full details, read on below ... ------------------------------ April 9 - 13: Margaret Riley Margaret Riley, Owning Publisher and Editor is seeking erotic romance Novellas and Shorts / Flash in the Contemporary, Futuristic/Sci-fi, Paranormal/Fantasy, BDSM / Ds, LGBT, Menage / Poly subgenres. April 23 - 27: Crystal Esau Crystal Esau, Editor will be joining us later in the month and is particularly interested in erotic romance Novellas in the Contemporary, Futuristic/Sci-fi, Paranormal/Fantasy, Suspense / Thriller / Mystery, Menage / Poly subgenres. ------------------------------ About the Publisher We publish women’s Sci-Fi/Futuristic, Dark and Urban Fantasy, Paranormal, Action Adventure, BDSM, and Guilty Pleasures (Contemporary) Erotic Romance. All submissions must be targeted for at least one of these genres and must be Women’s Erotic Romance. While there should be both highly erotic and romantic elements to the book, relationships and endings should be plot driven. We don’t demand your characters trot off to get married at the end of the book, though we do ask for a HEA (Happy Ever After) or, in the case of serials, a HFN (Happy For Now). We’ve only got one heat level — over-the-top hot! We can handle anything you send us as long as it meets our guidelines (content must be legal for an over 21 audience and geared toward a primarily female readership). We do not accept simultaneous submissions (an author should not send the same book to several publishers at the same time). We do accept multiple submissions (an author may send us several books at the same time). Length: We accept submissions from 12 to 30 thousand words for single titles. Serials from unsigned authors must be submitted as a completed set. Simultaneous Submissions This publisher will NOT review works that are concurrently being considered by another publisher. (As always, be forthcoming with a publisher/editor when you submit a simultaneous submission!) Previous Publications From the publisher: Only if we can do something different with them -- combine a series as a box set, produce a book from an anthology as a single title, or pick up book 1 of an unfinished series from a house that closed and complete the series Publisher Guidelines Visit the publisher's submissions pages, FAQs, and guidelines here. Member Pitching Guidelines Following are the guidelines for the editor and agent pitches: HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR PITCH: The pitch will be held in the PI forum. The author must forward their pitch to pitch@passionateink.org Monday - Thursday before the pitch. The Pitch Chair will post pitches to the Pitching Arena. The Pitching Arena will be accessible only to members that are pitching and to editors/agents. Editors/agents will have access to post comments, accept or reject a submission, or ask for author contact info. (Editor’s may choose to post or may choose to communicate through the Pitch Chair.) Once the pitching round is completed pitch threads will be deleted and access to the pitching arena reverted so please ensure you copy the comments made about your pitch. Everyone will have access for up to 1 week after pitching review starts (Friday to Friday). The Pitch Chair will coordinate forum access for all parties prior to the pitch session, and connect authors and agents/editors at the editor’s request when the pitch session is over. The Pitch Chair will notify you when your pitch is posted, when you have access to the arena, and when or if an editor has requested your full submission based on your pitch. Each writer is to prepare and submit the following: Name – will remain anonymous, for administrative use only to confirm your membership Email – will remain anonymous, for administrative use only confirm your membership Title Genre Word count of manuscript A 300 word pitch - or specific instructions per the editor. (Submissions above this count will be truncated) It is expected that the manuscript is complete and not a work in progress. Your pitch should be polished and professional; if you’d like guidance on how to prepare your pitch, please reach out to your fellow members, the board (directors@passionateink.org) for additional input and resources, and of course, check out Google search!
  5. Mar 23 - Lori Perkins, Riverdale Avenue Books Lori Perkins, owner at Riverdale Avenue Books, will be joining us and is seeking these genres: Historical, Futuristic/Sci-fi, Paranormal/Fantasy, BDSM / Ds, LGBT, Menage / Poly About Lori Lori Perkins has worked in the publishing industry for more than 25 years as a journalist, editor, author, and literary agent. Originally a journalist who owned a newspaper in Manhattan, Perkins has been a literary agent for two decades, with 8 titles on the NewYork Times best seller list. She was awarded the Outstanding Achievement as an Author Representative from Romantic Times Magazine as well as The Agent of the Year Award from the Romance Writers of America’s NYC chapter. Perkins wrote The Insider's Guide to Getting an Agent (Writers Digest Books), has edited twenty erotica anthologies and more than 100 erotic novels, as well as published erotica under a pseudonym. She has taught writing and editing as an adjunct professor at NYU's Center for Publishing for two decades. About the Publisher We are one of the leading publishers of erotic literature. In 2016 Menage a Musketeer by Lisa Trevor won the gold award for erotica from the Independent Publishers Association (IPPY). We are one of the leading publishers of LGBTQ content and regularly win awards in this field. We regularity publish a lot of paranormal and kinky fiction as well as LGBTQ content. We publish a number of anthologies every year, as well as novella, novels and series. Member of the Association of American Publishers (AAP) Publisher of the #MeToo anthology, Amazon #1 Feminist Theory title Bi-Publisher of the Year, 2014, Bi-Writers Association Simultaneous Submissions This publisher will review works that are concurrently being considered by another publisher. (As always, be forthcoming with a publisher/editor when you submit a simultaneous submission!) Previous Publications This publisher will review works that have previously been published. Publisher Guidelines Visit the publisher's submissions pages, FAQs, and guidelines here. MEMBER PITCHING GUIDELINES Following are the guidelines for the editor and agent pitches: The pitch will be held in the PI forum. The author must forward their pitch to pitch@passionateink.org Monday - Thursday before the pitch. The Pitch Chair will post pitches to the Pitching Arena. The Pitching Arena will be accessible only to members that are pitching and to editors/agents. Editors/agents will have access to post comments, accept or reject a submission, or ask for author contact info. (Editor’s may choose to post or may choose to communicate through the Pitch Chair.) Once the pitching round is completed pitch threads will be deleted and access to the pitching arena reverted so please ensure you copy the comments made about your pitch. Everyone will have access for up to 1 week after pitching review starts (Friday to Friday). The Pitch Chair will coordinate forum access for all parties prior to the pitch session, and connect authors and agents/editors at the editor’s request when the pitch session is over. The Pitch Chair will notify you when your pitch is posted, when you have access to the arena, and when or if an editor has requested your full submission based on your pitch. Each writer is to prepare and submit the following: Name Email – will remain anonymous, for administrative use only Title Genre Word count of manuscript A 300 word pitch - or specific instructions per the editor. It is expected that the manuscript is complete and not a work in progress. Your pitch should be polished and professional; if you’d like guidance on how to prepare your pitch, please contact your fellow members that you see announcing their recent publications, the board (directors@passionateink.org) for additional input and resources, and of course, check out Google search!
  6. PITCH GUIDELINES (for members only) Following are the guidelines for pitching your work at Passionate Ink to interested editors and agents: The pitch will be held in the PI forum. The author must forward their pitch to pitch@passionateink.org Monday - Thursday before the pitch. (In some cases agents/editors may pick other dates so keep an eye out for the details when the pitch event is posted in the forum and across the web). The Pitch Chair will post your pitches ANONYMOUSLY to the Pitching Arena. The Pitching Arena will be accessible only to members that are pitching and to editors/agents. Editors/agents will have access to post comments, accept or reject a submission, or ask for author contact info. (Editor’s may choose to post or may choose to communicate through the Pitch Chair.) Once the pitching round is completed pitch threads will be deleted and access to the pitching arena reverted so please ensure you copy the comments made about your pitch. Everyone will have access for up to 1 week after pitching review starts (Friday to Friday). The Pitch Chair (reached via the pitch@ email listed above) will coordinate forum access for all parties prior to the pitch session, and connect authors and agents/editors at the editor’s request when the pitch session is over. The Pitch Chair will notify you when your pitch is posted, when you have access to the arena, and when or if an editor has requested your full submission based on your pitch. Each writer is to prepare and submit the following to pitch@passionateink.org: Please submit ONLY the following -- embedded in your email is preferred. Extraneous details will be omitted from your pitch when posted (if the rest of the needed details are included). If your pitch is missing information below, or you have significantly exceeded the 300 word count, I'll reply asking you to revise your pitch. Name (your PI name / pseudonym) - will remain anonymous, for administrative use only. This should match your PI account email so we can find you and give you pitch arena access. Email – will remain anonymous, for administrative use only. This should match your PI account email so we can find you and give you pitch arena access. Title of the work Genre of the work Your manuscript's word count Whether the MS is previously published or a simultaneous submission. A 300 word pitch - or specific instructions per the editor as provided in the pitch calendar for the year. The pitch should be specific to the story -- not your background / credentials as an author. This event is all about the story. It is expected that the manuscript is complete and not a work in progress. Your pitch should be polished and professional; if you’d like guidance on how to prepare your pitch, please contact your fellow members that you see announcing their recent publications, the board (directors@passionateink.org) for additional input and resources, and of course, check out Google search! ADDITIONAL Q&A 1) Do we provide our real name or our nom de plume? The name you use here in PI for your profile so we can identify you; this info is not given to the editor/pub/agent. You can provide the legal stuff when they ask to see more / you get to contract time. 2) I see that the email request is for administrative purposes. Do we provide the one that you have on file so that you can match it to the member or can we use an alternate email? Admin as in, the email alias we use is public and listed on our website. There have actually been people who write us who are NON members with their pitch content, hoping to take advantage of / join the pitch, which is closed for members-only. You should provide the email address associated with your PI account, so we can verify who you are. In many cases the editor/agent doesn't want your contact info even if they are interested; we provide you with THEIRS/the instructions on how they'd like to receive your submission. You can then write them from whatever email address / give them whatever email address you want. 3) Do we send the pitch in the body of the email or as an attachment? If an attachment, what format is preferred? Your pitch is simply posted in our closed forum, so the body of the email is fine. Nothing fancy. Just follow the guidelines Be sure that if/when the pub/editor/agent asks to see your submission (we'll tell you details of what they want if this happens) that you supply this to them in the exact format they define! 4) I understand the actual pitch session begins on XX date; if I read correctly, then pitches are due the day before the first day of the event. Is that correct? Nope! The event is a week long, and the editor/agent/publisher shows up on FRIDAY MORNING at the END of the week to review pitches (at their leisure) and then lets me know which ones they want. You have Mon-Thurs the week of to provide your pitch to me via email. Thanks so much for your help. It's my first pitch and I am working in the dark. I do appreciate your patience and assistance! Happy to help! Don't overthink it. Part of the value of this format/program is to give you a safe space to pitch anonymously. Even if you "mess up" the E/A/P won't know it's YOU because they won't be given your name or contact info; just the pitch. This way, you can work on crafting a better pitch for next time if it's passed over. You'll have the chance to pitch again, to other E/A/Ps. If there is a sample or example that I can review, that would be awesome. Unfortunately due to anonymity and to respect members' privacy and their legal rights as authors, I can't share real pitches from the program. That's considered intellectual property. Plus we delete them from the forums. Spend a little time on Google searching for how to pitch -- there are great articles out there with tips. You can also start with writing a synopsis -- just work to whittle it down to the 300 word limit. Another option -- ask on our social channels whether anyone is willing to share their original pitch for a book they've already published. That way, they're giving you permission to review it as a guide, and they can feel safe that it will not be misused because they've already published the work! Let me know if you have other questions! Thanks, Mira
  7. Get those pitches polished and present them! Here are the pitching opportunities for 2018. Check back often for new additions as we hear from agents and editors. We will DEFINITELY share more info about each agent/editor in the month prior as we promote each event, but definitely feel free to reach out to pitch@passionateink.org with any questios! REMINDER: Please follow our pitching guidelines as shown here. And, if you receive a contract offer, or choose to sign one, do let us know, and we'll anonymously share your results here! CALENDAR Company SCHEDULED Name/Social Media Role / Title Choose one or more genres/topics to help us better target pitches to you! What length of MS do you prefer? Accepts simultaneous submissions? Accepts previously published works? Pitch Results Summary Riverdale Avenue Books March 23 Lori Perkins Publisher Historical, Futuristic/Sci-fi, Paranormal/Fantasy, BDSM / Ds, LGBT, Menage / Poly No preference Yes Yes 10 Pitches: - 3 subs requested - 3 maybes - 1 trilogy offer in contract! Changeling Press April 13 Margaret Riley Publisher/ Submissions Editor Contemporary, Futuristic/Sci-fi, Paranormal/Fantasy, BDSM / Ds, LGBT, Menage / Poly Novella, Shorts / Flash No Only if we can do something differnt with them -- combine a series as a box set, produce a book from an anthology as a single title, or pick up book 1 of an unfininished series from a house that closed and complete the series 2 Pitches - 2 subs requested (maybes) Changeling Press April 27 Crystal Esau Editor Contemporary, Futuristic/Sci-fi, Paranormal/Fantasy, Suspense / Thriller / Mystery, Menage / Poly Novella No No 2 Pitches - 2 subs requested Extasy Books May 11 Toni Kelley Acquisitions Editor No preference No preference Yes Yes 2 Pitches - 2 subs requested Decadent Publishing JUN - TBD Kate Richards Publisher Paranormal/Fantasy, BDSM / Ds, LGBT Novel, Novella No Yes Changeling Press August 17 Treva Harte Editor No preference Novella No with conditions -- ex. a new story is also being submitted Dreamspinner Press Augus 31 Sue Brown-Moore Acquisitions Editor - Dreamspun Desires gay category romance line Contemporary, LGBT Novel No No Entangled Publishing, LLC. September 14 Heather Howland Co-Founder, Senior Editor Contemporary, Historical, Futuristic/Sci-fi, Paranormal/Fantasy, BDSM / Ds, LGBT, Menage / Poly Novel, Novella Yes No Entangled Publishing, LLC. SEPT - TBD Elizabeth Pelletier Publisher/CEO Contemporary, Historical, Futuristic/Sci-fi, Paranormal/Fantasy, Suspense / Thriller / Mystery, BDSM / Ds, LGBT, Menage / Poly Novel Yes Yes, although I’m not as enthusiastic about those unless they were a huge success. BookEnds Oct 12 Jessica Alvarez Senior Literary Agent Contemporary, Historical, Suspense / Thriller / Mystery, BDSM / Ds, LGBT, Menage / Poly Novel Yes No Boroughs Publishing Group Oct - TBD Michelle Klayman Publisher No preference Novel No No Corvisiero Literary Agency Nov - TBD Marisa Corvisiero Founder / Literary Agent Contemporary, Historical, Futuristic/Sci-fi, Paranormal/Fantasy, Suspense / Thriller / Mystery Novel Yes As long as published recently and selling well Corvisiero Literary Agency Nov - TBD Saritza Hernandez Sr. Literary Agent No preference Novel, Novella Yes No
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