Evernight Publishing wants short stories and novellas in all genres of erotic romance for its Romance on the Go multiauthor series. The editors write:
Romance on the Go is a bestselling multi-author series unique to Evernight Publishing. Our readers have busy lives. We want to offer our readers a collection of short stories that can be read during work breaks, on the bus, in the waiting room, or before bed. These stories should be memorable, with romance to make them sigh and sex scenes to make them flush.
Submitting to Romance on the Go multiauthor series
- Publisher: Evernight Publishing
- Publication: Romance on the Go multiauthor series
- Publication type: ebook
- Word count: 10,000-16,000 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.
- Additional notes: All sub-genres of erotic romance accepted. Please include “Romance on the Go Submission” in the subject line when submitting.’
Find more details at Special Lines | Evernight Publishing, and don’t forget to tell them you found their submission call here!@evernightpub wants short stories and novellas in all genres of erotic romance for its Romance on the Go multiauthor series. No deadline; pays 45% royalties. Click To Tweet
If you found this post useful, you can help keep this blog going by buying me a coffee or becoming a monthly patron via Patreon. Patrons get early access to submission calls and other tools to make publishing and marketing easier.
About Submission Calls
I post paying submission calls every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. I focus on fiction calls, but occasionally post paying opportunities for creative nonfiction and poetry.
Browse more submission calls or tips for writers. You can sort calls by payment rate: token, semi-professional, professional, or royalties. To get a weekly roundup of all my posts for writers, sign up here.
I strive to ensure that all submission calls I post are open to works with characters from underrepresented groups, including queer/LGBTQIA characters. I do this by checking the publisher's back catalog, submissions policies, or business practices, or by communicating with the publisher directly.
Please contact the publisher through the links in the post if you have questions about a submission call. Contact me if you've had a bad experience with a publisher featured here.