Thursday, February 11, 2010

Super Exciting Submission Call

Summer Romances Series
for our expanded Romance line.

***Permission to Forward granted***
The hot summer nights are meant for romance. A summer vacation in an exotic location, a trip back home – let love blossom. eTreasures is currently seeking submissions for our Summer Romance themed anthologies due out in late August, 2010.

Each must have the following elements:

• Active writing, fast paced, with a solid plot.

• Well rounded, fully developed characters the reader can relate to.

• Must have a HEA

• Completed manuscripts, 20,000 to 25,000 words, with complete submission package. Put “Summer Anthology” in the subject line.

We're looking for a story that will make you laugh, cry, and want to pull out the bikini and tanning oils, and a great book to relax with. Stories the reader can relate to in all aspects. We are not looking for erotic fiction at this time.

Send your submission package - including a query letter, synopsis, and the completed novella length manuscript to:

All submissions must be in by April 15th and those titles that are accepted will be announced June 1, 2010 with the e-books due out late August, 2010.

Savvy Authors Annual Book Camp for Writers Workshops

This looks like a lot of good info and a good bargain to me!

\\*****Permission to Forward Granted and Encouraged*****//
Savvy Authors ( is presenting a series of short, intensive workshops as a part of our First Annual Bootcamp for Writers.  The workshops $5 each.  Or join Savvy Authors between now and Feb 14th for $25 and take them all for free - a $20 savings.
More information about these workshops may be found here:
More information about Savvy Authors and our Bootcamp for Writers may be found here:  Http://

Plotting for Pantsers – Beth Daniels – Begins 2/14
Assaulting A Writer's Thinking – Lea Schizas – Begins 2/21
How, When and Why to Change Point Of View Mid-Scene    - Laurie Saunders – Begins 3/7
Foreshadowing – June Diehl – Begins 3/7
Writing Erotic Love Scenes – Tambra Kendall – Begins 3/7
Before Copy Editing – Claudia Suzanne- Begins 3/14
Worldbuilding in Science Fiction and Fantasy - Christine Amsden- Begins 3/14
How to Promote When You Don’t Know How to Promote – Jamison Wolfe- Begins 3/21
Crash Revisions – Holly Lisle- Begins 3/28
Promoting with Social Media – Theresa Meyers- Begins 3/28
Ten Ugly Truths About Publishing – Renee Rocco- Begins 4/5

Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Submission Notice

Please see the Submission Guidelines at the eTreasures website.
When submitting to eTreasures, we will acknowledge receipt of the submission package and subsequent manuscript promptly, within 72 hours. Please note that we ask for a 21day exclusive on the submission package (first three chapters) and a 30-45 day (depending on length and number of submissions in house) exclusive when assessing the full manuscript.

We will strive to notify you of our decision within those time frames. If for some reason we have not gotten back to you within 4 weeks on the submission package and 8 weeks on full manuscript, please don't hesitate to drop us a quick email.

Please be sure to review our formatting guidelines for the proper way to submit your work.

If you don't follow them - we will NOT look at the manuscript. There is a link to the formatting guidelines on the Submission page

We look forward to warm and successful working relationships!
Thank you.

Monday, February 08, 2010

Patricia Bates (etreasurespub) on Twitter

Patricia Bates (etreasurespub) on Twitter

We're open for business and looking for authors to submit to our extended romance, fantasy, and Sci-Fi lines.

Secrets of the Fog Places 5th in YA at P&E

Congratulations to author Ellen Spain
for awards on her book Secrets in the Fog: The Invisibility Project
published by eTreasures!

eTreasures is proud to announce that Ellen's book, Secrets in the Fog: the Invisibility Project, ranked 5th place for YA in P&E's January 2010 Reader's Poll!

Secrets in the Fog: the Invisibility Project
was also a Nominee for EPIC's 2010 Awards for best YA novel.

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