Monday, December 19, 2011

Write Historicals? Steampunk? We know where you can sub it...

At Historical Hearts we are very proud to announce that our own Annie Seaton also known at Ann-Marie Smith has become an  editor for not one but three epublishers!

Below you'll find detailed information on how to sub to Annie and what exactly she is looking for in regards to submissions.

Ann-Marie is excited about joining Lyrical Press as both an author and editor, and looks forward to reading submissions packed with history and romance. She is also partial to romantic suspense and paranormal romance, and would love to read anything set in Scotland, Ireland or Wales as well as the deep south of the US.

Preferred genres: Contemporary romance, historical romance, steampunk.

Annie is the Head Line Editor coordinating all manuscripts for line editing at Musa Publishing. Musa Publishing is currently closed for submissions until January 1 2012. But for a full list of what Musa represent please visit their website.

Annie is an editor at Still Moments Publishing. Still Moments is currently open to submissions in the following romance genres.

Chick Lit, Romantic Comedy, Contemporary, Fantasy/Magical, Inspirational, Mystery/Suspense, Paranormal, Sensual, Western, Young Adult.

Congratulations Annie for your contribution to all these publishing houses, they are blessed to have you. May your email inbox be filled over Xmas and the new year with lots of historical / steampunk submissions.

But don't forget to keep writing those wonderful Steampunk novels. One of which 'Winter of the Passion Flower' to be released March 2012.

And to the writers submitting their work for representation or publication in 2012, Historical Hearts wish you all good luck!


Cassandra Samuels said...

Great News Annie - I wish you well at your new career.

Danielle Lisle said...

Congrats Annie!! May your slush pile be filled with only best sellers!

Amanda said...

Congratulations Annie! What a great Christmas present.

A question about Lyrical Press - Is there a place for a historical set in Australia? I'm 30k into one which I am quite excited about.

Have a great Christmas everyone