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Behler Publications

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Behler Publications

22365 El Toro Road, #135
Lake Forest, CA 92630
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Cultural/Social Issues
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Author Comments
Comments by authors about this publisher.
11/06/2023 08:24 AM
Requires a book proposal.
07/11/2023 01:57 PM
Got a response within 20 days. Form letter: Thanks but no thanks
01/09/2023 07:20 PM
07/28/2022 12:25 PM
Short rejection letter. She said they don't publish essay collections. Oh. OK. The themes of my book and their mission statement seem perfectly aligned, but....
06/19/2013 07:40 AM
I've been sending a memoir out for almost a year now and most of the response I've gotten has affirmed the quality of the writing and indicated that memoirs, unless you are a celebrity, are a hard sell. I got a very quick rejection from Behler. I've gotten a ton of these and have become pretty thick skinned and businesslike about it. This rejection was surprisingly harsh and really stung. Caveat emptor!
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