MAINLY FOR CHILDREN OR YA BOOKS, BUT ALSO SOME PUBLISH ADULT BOOKS.
“50 Publishers Who Accept Unsolicited Manuscripts” by Joan Y. Edwards
Your revised and edited manuscripts are saying:
“Send me to a publisher. Send me. Send me. I’m ready!”
It’s okay if in the past you didn’t submit your work. Forget the past. Focus on right now. Check the guidelines for the publisher you’ve chosen. Look at the books they published. Do you like the illustrations on the covers? Are the books appealing to you?
If you’re like me, one of your stories says, “Send me to a publisher. Send me. Send me. I’m ready!” It’s waited anxiously for submission for days, months, or years. Now is the time to send your manuscript to a publisher. How can you turn down your sweet manuscript?
What? You’ve decided to do it now. Hurray!
It’s important to follow the very latest guidelines on the publisher’s website. Does this publisher accept unsolicited manuscripts? …
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