Submission Call: Luminosity Publishing seeks gay paranormal erotic romances for its Balls & Chains series Pays royalties, no deadline

Luminosity Publishing wants M/M or M/M/M+ paranormal erotic romance novellas and novels for its Balls & Chains series. The editors write that stories:

[m]ust have at least one shifter as the main character and at least 50% of the story must be set in the club called Balls & Chains. Refer to the club name several times throughout your story to emphasise the series (use italics). All characters should be 21+ years old. Stories should rely heavily on Domination and submission, Master/sub relationships, with detailed BDSM scenes. All consensual of course! Dominant shifters only, eg, no rabbits!

Welcome to Balls & Chains, a BDSM Club for gay men. Where humans walk, shifters are wary of treading in fear of their secret nature being found out. But cross the threshold, and they go into a world where alphas dominate and betas submit. In such a place, two worlds collide.

Submitting to Luminosity Publishing

  • Publisher: Luminosity Publishing
  • Publication: Balls & Chains series
  • Publication type: ebooks; books over 35,000 words will also be released as paperback
  • Word count: 40,000–80,000 words
  • Payment: royalties (40% from the Luminosity website and 50% net from distributors)
  • Rights the publisher asks for: 3-year renewable worldwide print and ebook contract.
  • Deadline: no deadline
  • Response time: 4 weeks
  • Format: Microsoft Word, .doc version
  • Will they take simultaneous submissions? Not specified.
  • Will they take multiple submissions? Not specified. Read more about multiple and simultaneous submissions.
  • Will they take reprints? No.

Find more details at Submission Calls | Luminosity Publishing, and don’t forget to tell them you found their submission call here!

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