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from heather8
May 17, 2013 1:09 am

She said yes!! After working on the manuscript for nearly three years, I can see the end of the road.
from heather8
Sep 07, 2012 2:29 pm

Just resubmitted full manuscript upon request. Does anyone know someone who was accepted after a resubmition?
from letter22
Oct 09, 2011 1:09 pm

To rbo1948 [if you're checking comments]

I received the same request letter you posted on Feb 25, 2011, with an additional invitation to contact the editor, by name, if I didn't hear back within a specific time frame.

I'm just curious, what became of your full submission? Did they respond?

I sent three follow-up e-mails directly to the editor and never received so much as a polite rejection, or any response at all.

They still have my ms from a year ago. Hmmmmm!

Totally blown off!
from alythiabrown
Yesterday 8:08 pm

ps I ended up putting all of the material they requested into a new blank Word doc and then copy/pasted that into the body of the email and it went through fine. Hope that helps!
from alythiabrown
Yesterday 8:06 pm

@ heather I don't know if I'm the best person to ask on the matter, but I made my marketing plan very brief after doing some research online about newer methods of marketing books. Book signings, visiting schools, creating a strong website, blogging, guest blogging, facebook business page (basically building a good online presence). I also acknowledged the fact that I knew I would need to have a huge hand in the marketing process if I wanted to make my book a success.

I THINK if you save your work under .doc instead of .txt it should be fine. I didn't realize it right away, but you don't need to follow their format guidelines regarding your ms to query btw (like the .3 indent instead of .5, for example). It's just something they post so the authors are aware of their standards for publication. So basically, indent as far as you want, put the title at the font size you prefer, but if they make you an offer, you'll have to change it.

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