Evernight Publishing wants erotic romance novellas featuring a variety of pairings for its Naughty Fairy Tales multiauthor series. The editors write:
This series focuses on unique and twisted erotic fairy tales. We want to see menage loving, BDSM, and lots of kink. The world building should be strong, the characters memorable, the romance intense, and the sex HOT! M/F, M/M, F/F, and all menage combinations accepted.
Submitting to Naughty Fairy Tales multiauthor series
- Publisher: Evernight Publishing
- Publication: Naughty Fairy Tales multiauthor series
- Publication type: ebook
- Word count: 20,000-40,000 words
- Payment: 45% gross royalties from sales on Evernight’s website and 45% net royalties from sales on retail sites
- Deadline: No deadline
- Response time: 12 weeks
- Format: Microsoft Word document, 1-inch margins, 12 pt Times New Roman font, no headers/footers/page numbers, double-spaced
- Will they take simultaneous submissions? No.
- Will they take multiple submissions? Not specified. Read more about multiple and simultaneous submissions.
- Will they take reprints? Not specified.
Find more details at Special Lines | Evernight Publishing, and don’t forget to tell them you found their submission call here!@evernightpub seeks novellas for its Naughty Fairy Tales series. No deadline; pays 45% gross royalties from sales on Evernight's website and 45% net royalties from sales on retail sites. Click To Tweet
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