Brian Grove Author- Publishing Opportunity

Publishing Opportunity

I own a website which contains an unrivalied database of book publishers who are currntly accepting submissions from authors. It isn’t just a general publishers list. Each link leads directly to the submissions page. I have around 1,000 publishes worldwide covering all genres.

The site is completely fre. It doesn’t contain any self-publishing links or vanity companies. It’s a genuinely open resource. Perhaps you would consider offering this information to other writers?

This could either be in the form of a link on your site (which I would reciprocate if you wish), or by simply forwarding my URL in a newsletter or at a meeting. As a published author myself I know I would have appreciated a resource like this when I was looking for my first book deal.

Please have a look at my site (http://myperfectpitch.com/book-publishers-accepting-submissions), you can then get back to me there. Thanks for your time, and I look forward to hearing from you.

Brian Grove

Taken from THE WRITE WORD, the newsletter of The Society of Southwestern Authors Vol. 41. No. 3 June-July 2012

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