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from Kensi99
Nov 26, 2018 7:02 pm

"I am not looking for any manuscripts to publish at this time. Good luck with your endeavors." From Lori. Uh, maybe close yourself to queries then? Acting like I'm bothering you? Nasty. Won't try them with anything in the future.
from atimetowander
Nov 07, 2018 2:07 pm

Romance only
from KellyFriedman2013
Sep 24, 2018 8:10 am

EQ: 5/10/18
7/11/18 - Withdrew due to substantial revisions
EQ: 9/13/18 - Char Chaffin
ER: 9/24/18 - Form response indicating a pass.

Paranormal Romance 53k to Caroline Tolley
** 68K after substantial revisions
from dbmagoon
Jun 18, 2018 12:39 pm

Hi Voxterna1
I think it would be okay to query one editor and then query another editor at a later time. You might get feedback or make some revisions that would appeal to someone else. I just received a rejection from Carina Press saying my manuscript didn't quite fit. I did receive some feedback, so once the corrections are made, I plan to submit it again, but to a different editor.
from Voxeterna1
Jun 12, 2018 8:48 am

Possible silly question: when you submit to a publisher, is it okay to query more than one editor at the publishers? Obviously, not at the same time. I'm talking about if one turns down the manuscript, is it okay to wait a bit and then send it to another editor at the same company? Their website doesn't say NOT to do this Soul Mate has several likely candidates for me. I know in many places they say they will pass your query on to another person within the company if they think it would be a better fit with someone else, but do they REALLY do that? Would it be considered irritating or bad etiquette if I sent to more than one editor at Soulmate?

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