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from xany76
Jun 12, 2019 6:18 pm

EQ: 6/7/19
Full Req: 6/9/19
Sent Full Req: 6/12/19

117k - Sci Fi/Fantasy
from dbmagoon
Mar 28, 2019 11:57 am

EQ: 3/13
Full Request 5/31
Requested revisions (grammatical) then resubmit for consideration: 6/7/18
Received personal input and suggestions for improvement in October and invited to resubmit. Resubmitted 2/8/19

Received offer of publication 3/27/19
Whoop whoop!!!

Historical Romance
Revised manuscript 103K
from Blueroses52
Jan 03, 2019 3:50 pm

A lot of recent chatter in the beware category over at Absolute Write. Both authors and editors experiencing problems. Would use caution, ask questions, make sure things are going better there upon submitting. Link to the forum:
from Voxeterna1
Dec 16, 2018 2:59 pm

Just signed a contract with them! So excited to finally see my work in print! They seem extremely nice and easy to work with. To all those with a ton of queries out or a ton of rejections piling up: don't give up! I almost did and I'm so glad I kept at it.
from Jesscohn
Oct 17, 2018 6:34 pm

The first time I submitted, the editor made a comment about the point of view switching. I had a different, professional editor look at it and completely disagreed. Considering I got my degree in Creative Writing I think I'd know if I switched views. They said to resubmit once the "issues" were fixed, and I did, which they then proceeded to give me a very nasty rejection letter and said the only way someone would read this would be for a major beta readers disagree and considering I work in publishing there are some things you just don't say to a writer.

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