Sunday, March 28, 2010
Publisher: Lea Schizas
"I'll be open and honest that we are a new publishing house with dreams and aspirations to offer our authors a place where they can help one another with promotions besides the marketing we will do for them. It's hard in this business to get a good start but we aim to do just that."
That is honest, but the odds are rather steep for a new, multi-genre epublisher.
"No, we accept submissions from new and seasoned writers from Canada and the United States."
This is the first epublisher I recall seeing that limits the nationalities than can submit to them. Is it because they are unaware epublishing authors are of other nationalities, or they actively wish to exclude them? Because I think non-US epublishers like Total E-bound manage to have distinctive brands whilst still publishing "foreign" author.
"Submissions are now open for erotica along with mainstream romance noted above."
I find it faintly depressing that erotica is increasingly see only as a subgenre of romance.
p.s. why is the tag line aimed at authors, not readers?