Luminosity Publishing wants M/F, M/M, or multiple-partner erotic romance novellas and novels in the action & adventure, thriller & suspense, and BDSM subgenres. Contemporary mainstream stories may also be considered “for the right storyline,” according to the editors.
- Publisher: Luminosity Publishing
- Publication type: ebooks; books over 35,000 words will also be released as paperback
- Word count: 20,000–80,000 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
- Publication date:
- Response time: 4 weeks
- Format: Word .doc form
- 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 Submissions | Luminosity Publishing, and don’t forget to tell them you found their submission call here!@LuminosityPub has a call out for M/F, M/M, or multiple-partner erotic romance novellas and novels. Due no deadline; pays royalties (40% from the Luminosity website and 50% net from distributors). Click To Tweet
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