Black Velvet Seductions Publishing

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Black Velvet Seductions Publishing

1350-C West Southport Road, Box 249
Indianapolis, IN 46217
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01/11/2019 09:59 AM
Queried 11/24/18:
Received personalized rejection 12/21/18: CEO Richard Savage said my manuscript lacked a bit of depth as it was more told than shown. I had already accepted a contract prior to this, btw, but he was incredibly polite and professional
06/09/2018 11:55 AM
query tracker says they are closed to submissions, but their website makes no mention of it and has a full page about how to submit to them. Are they open? Or not?
03/19/2015 04:22 PM
Looks like this publisher is open again.

EQ: 03/07/15
FR: 03/08/15

The email for submissions has changed to:
Oh and they have a twitter account too.

03/19/15 I got a revise and resubmit. Will be going through it with a fine tooth comb.
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