SUBMISSIONS GUIDELINES

HOW TO SUBMIT

Unlike some publishing houses, we do not restrict submissions.

The author needs initially to submit a simple synopsis of the whole manuscript and two sample chapters which are provided as examples of the writer's work. A decision can then be made by the editors as to whether or not this title would be suitable for inclusion in our publication lists.

Send a synopsis, which is a précis of the whole book, together with at least two sample chapters.

Our preferred method of submission is by email or using the online submission form.

If sending by post, do keep the original of your work and only send us a copy Do make sure that the hard copy you submit is in double line spacing. Send return postage please when submitting by post (from UK, or use an International Reply Coupon if you are writing from abroad); please ensure you provide an envelope with your current address should you wish the enclosures to be returned to you.

If we think your submission has merit, we will then request the complete manuscript for further evaluation.

FINALLY HERE ARE SOME USEFUL HINTS WHICH MAY WELL ENDEAR YOU TO THE EDITOR:

Make your covering letter business-like, to the point, and practical. Give essential details such as your contact details, date of writing, title of your m/s, and the word count.

Your full manuscript should be in Word format and in one file. Separate files for each chapter are not acceptable.

Poetry should be in the same format as you wish it to appear when published possibly centred or justified to the left hand side of the page.

Synopsis:

This is a short description of the entire book and may contain up to seven hundred words. It describes the content of the book, and is an essential adjunct for the author to use when making an initial submission of his or her work. Not to submit a synopsis is a mistake. It may indeed show the publisher that you, the author, do not appreciate the need for this and may even prevent your manuscript being considered.

Sample Chapters:

These are chapters that give good examples of the author's writing and can be seen as representative of your writing capabilities and style. The chapters you send do not have to be consecutive. It is a good idea to submit those chapters with which you are happiest as regards the quality of your writing.
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