NewLink Publishers: NewLink wants to review manuscripts in the genres of Science Fiction, Fantasy, Paranormal, and Horror. We are looking for authors whose novels are written in active voice with minimal passive voice, and a clear, fixed point of view. If your work falls short of our standards, we supply a short evaluation as to why your work was rejected. After fixing any major problems, you may resubmit, your work, along with a letter of explanation as to the improvements made.
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Ink & Quill Publishers: We want to review manuscripts of all genres. Bear in mind that we are looking for novels written up to today’s standards, ie active voice with a clear, fixed point of view and minimal use of adverbs in exposition and minimal passive voice.
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Jo A. Wilkins
Jo is looking for almost anything in the way of a submission except fantasy. She is a content editor for Ink & Quill and NewLink and will not read anything that conflicts with their submissions guidelines. Her main interests are science fiction, mystery, historical, memoirs and educational material (but it has to have an interesting presentation). She does not read or enjoy romance based novels. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I read juvenile fiction, young adult, scifi, young adult paranormal romance and historical fiction as well. I have edited fantasy and mainstream literature. I do not like, nor will I read, submissions of erotica or those with excessive swearing. I look forward to working with seasoned and new authors alike. I enjoy the editing process and love being one of the first to read a good book. Contact me at email@example.com
While working behind the scenes on book covers, and keeping our computers and servers running, Richard is also one of the people who reads through all our submission. As a writer of Science Fiction and an avid reader of Scifi and Fantasy, he offers valuable insight into a manuscript’s potential.
As a 4th generation native of Nevada, Rachelle Abbott knows all the words to the state song, “Home Means Nevada” and might break into song if anyone does not value the merits of her state. Being raised in a small town in southern Nevada, she has a unique perspective of life in a rural farming community. Although she has spent the last 25 years living in Las Vegas and Henderson,NV, she still considers herself a small town girl at heart. Rachelle also lived in Brazil for a year and a half in 1996-97. Her experiences there were life changing and earned all people and things Brazilian a special place in her heart. As a child Rachelle’s parents always teased her that she learned to run before she learned to walk and was seen running anywhere she went. She still loves running and the outdoors. Most mornings she can be found out hiking, running trails, or jogging in her neighborhood. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Nevada Las Vegas and taught middle school English and reading for 5 years. She also spent 5 years grading the state of Nevada’s proficiency exams. Happily married to the man of her dreams, together they are raising 7 magnificent individuals. Rachelle enjoys reading YA literature and most genres of fiction. Her requirement for a story to be “great” is that the characters remain in the head and heart of the reader forever after the book is returned to the shelf! Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Janelle Evans is the author of the Rory’s Choice Series and the Young Adult novel Stuffed Souls. An avid reader, she has dabbled in every genre, but her favorites often fall into the Young Adult or New Adult category. As an editor, novels that interest her will have a strong opening—a hook that engages by at least the end of the first chapter. The characters need to have dimension, beyond just action and dialogue, with a clear POV throughout the story. She’s typically not the biggest fan of dystopian plots, but there have been a few through the years that exceeded her predictability issues and kept her reading long into the night. However, foul language and graphic sex scenes are a no for her. Yes, teenagers may swear and grope in their daily lives, but she is a believer that as authors, we should raise those impressionable minds from the gutter as much as possible. Contact me at email@example.com
Mary Einfeldt lives in the heart of horse country where she reads in excess, teaches dance, and watches helplessly as her home is destroyed by her four young daughters. She is a tabletop gaming enthusiast, and can often be found pommeling her husband in kitchen table Magic the Gathering battles. Mary’s BA in English: Creative Writing from Southern Utah University, and her experience as a business and technical writer and editor, give her an eye for aesthetics and attention to detail that will help any aspiring author achieve their best. Mary enjoys reading and editing character driven works in science fiction, fantasy, magical realism, alternate histories, historical fiction, and biography/memoir. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org