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Entangled Publishing

Denver, CO



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from adaptation
Oct 28, 2022 10:58 pm

Submitted 10/28

contemporary romance, 61k
from TTurtle
Jul 07, 2022 1:05 pm

Submitted 5/5/22
Note asking for more time: 7/7/22

Fantasy romance 99K words
from Eeyorescloud
May 05, 2022 1:22 am

Kept me waiting for almost a year showing interest but eventually said they had too many similar books on their list. Was so disappointed after the long wait and somewhat upbeat replies to nudges. Sigh.
from lisakcobb
Apr 18, 2022 6:17 pm

romance only
from sarahisawriter
Apr 09, 2022 2:21 pm

Submitted to Entangled Teen in July 2021. Received a personal email from Heather a few weeks later stating my voice was phenomenal and how she wanted to get me involved in writers groups as I'd "need it for my debut." She then told me I'd need to revise a portion of my manuscript before taking it to acquisitions and to send it to her ASAP, which I did. Six months went by without a word. I sent a few nudges (including one offer of rep), met with silence. I finally re-submitted the story to the imprint assuming she'd passed on it. Hours later, Heather finally responds and tells me she no longer has time for my story, but that another editor would be looking at it and she'd send over notes on the emails we exchanged. Two months later (February 2022), it was rejected by Lydia. No feedback was given. You can imagine how confusing and devastating this was. I'll never submit to them again.

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