Mischief Corner Books wants romance novels and novellas for their Everyday Heroes fiction line. The editors write:
Everyone loves a man in uniform—the firefighter, the ER nurse, the naval officer, the small-town sheriff—or the every day person who takes heroic action. This house line is for the people who enjoy seeing our every day heroes get the guy of their dreams. We want a hero who has been through the ringer and back then gets the love he deserves. These stories have the great potential for external conflict—use it!
Submitting to Everyday Heroes
- Publisher: Mischief Corner Books fiction line
- Publication: Everyday Heroes
- Publication type: ebook; novels may also appear in paperback or audiobook
- Word count: at least 40,000 words
- Payment: royalties
- Deadline: no deadline
- Response time: “You should receive an automatic notice letting you know we have received your submission.”
- Format: Microsoft Word documents in 12 pt Times New Roman, 1″ margin, 1.5 spacing, and .25 paragraph indent. Put Author Name/Title/Page # in the upper right-hand corner.
- Will they take simultaneous submissions? No.
- Will they take multiple submissions? No. Read more about multiple and simultaneous submissions.
- Will they take reprints? No.
Find more details at Submissions | Mischief Corner Books, and don’t forget to tell them you found their submission call here!@MischiefCorner has a call out for LGBT romance novels and novellas about everyday heroes. No deadline; pays royalties. Click To Tweet
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