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  • n. Plural form of e-publisher.


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  • There are several good e-publishers like Carina Press, who are actively seeking historical romances, especially those that take place in unusual settings or time periods.

    Author of the Month, Vanessa Kelly

  • Based on his feedback (the story dragged), I rewrote the entire thing and have (thus far) netted 2 offers from e-publishers and several requests for the full from agents.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » On Rejection

  • I do think the interview confuses 'real' self-publishing (through Lulu and the like) with e-publishing a bit, but then again, I also feel that some e-publishing is pretty much akin to self-publising, since the entry threshold seems to be very low (i.e. e-publishers have a high percentage of acceptances).

    mikandra: Linky, linky

  • I write short stories and novellas for two indie e-publishers, and actually, the digital market was where I got my start.

    Transcript: Digital Lit « Coyote Con

  • (Or, 10 things e-publishers could do for readers.)

    A few book stories, e and otherwise

  • I occurred to me that it could be a romance of sorts, and in that case, I could submit it direct to some e-publishers.


  • There are also scads of e-publishers and small houses that will publish anything.

    Writers & Respect: Where do we stand now? What of our future?

  • Author Piers Anthony has been doing invaluable work in ferreting out legitimate e-publishers and outing scammers.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » E-Publishing Woes

  • She has published three erotic novellas for e-publishers, as well as a steamy romance novel.

    Authors of Erotic Romance!

  • Treva is multi-published with several e-publishers, a member of WRW, RWA, and PAN and winner of the CAPA 2003 award in the “Erotic Fantasy Romance” category.

    Meet the editors


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