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Champagne Books

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General

Champagne Books

Website:
www.champagnebooks.com/
Query Methods
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Genres
This publisher is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

Fantasy
Horror
Mystery
Romance
Science Fiction
Thrillers/Suspense

Non-Fiction

none
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Author Comments
Comments by authors about this publisher.
Iamgotharts
01/07/2024 10:49 AM
closed to general submissions until at least September 1, 2024.
Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
04/01/2023 06:31 PM
Profile Update: Closed to queries.
drudnick
02/12/2023 11:45 AM
they rejected my 3 chapter submission stating that it didnt fit their current list. i am not sure what that means but i am ok w it. I have never heard of this company.
haleywarrington
11/03/2022 02:34 PM
Submitted first 3 chapters and query per MOODPITCH request 11/3/2022
70k Adult contemporary romance
Full Request: 11/3/2022
tkread
10/30/2022 11:07 AM
closed until january 2023
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Profile History
Last Update:
04/01/2023 - Closed to queries.
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