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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Cindi Myers Market News

Cindi Myers Market News's Blog

Posted: 27 Feb 2013 03:13 AM PST
"Don't try to figure out what other people want to hear from you; figure out what you have to say. It's the one and only thing you have to offer."  – Barbara Kingsolver
Entangled Publishing has released a new Wish List from its editors. Here are some highlights:
Alethea Spiridon Hopson at Indulgence likes those alpha heroes. She's looking for heroes with interesting occupations — secret agent, hostage negotiator, politician, pilot. She loves tortured heroes and revenge, blackmail, mistaken identity and matchmaker stories.
Stacy Abrams at Bliss would love to see some stories involving amnesia, blackmail or bait and switch schemes. She likes fun, flirty romances and would love stories with multicultural characters, as well as some holiday-themed stories.
Kaleen Harding acquires across imprints. She's up for some medical stories involving ethical dilemmas, modern-day ghost stories and YA paranormal.
Wendy Chen would love some category length romances with strong, smart heroines. She loves stories about reunited lovers, friends-to-lovers and enemies-to-lovers, marriage of convenience and reformed bad boys.
Covet is relaunching in March with a new look and editorial director Lauren Ruth is looking for paranormal romances with dark heroes and tough heroines. Cross-species romances (Vampire/demon, vampire/werewolf) especially with a marriage of convenience storyline, would interest her. She also likes stories with a tortured supernatural hero and a sweet, innocent human heroine. Forbidden stories are always popular here. Stories don't have to be dark — she also likes light and funny paranormal.
Rochelle French with Entangled Suspense would love a cozy mystery series. She'd also love a story with fantasy elements.
Keyron Gerlach wants both category and single title romantic suspense. She likes cowboys and military heroes, and loves stories featuring serial killers and natural disasters.
Theresa Cole would love to see some re-told fairy tales twisted into dark, gritty suspense. She loves stories set in other countries and stories that deal with any kind of religion. She's also acquiring YA/NA stories A bad boy hero and a twist on a cult, secret society  or mythology will win her.
Kerri-Leigh Grady is looking for romantic comedies and historical romances for 2014. She loves Old West and Regency settings, and would love a f/f story. She'd also be interested in post-apocalyptic romance.
Pat Brigandi wants all kinds of historical romance, including World War II, the Great Depression, Roaring Twenties, and Colonial romance. She'd also like to see a play on some favorite old movies, such as the Ghost and Mrs. Muir or Casablanca.
Heather Howland is on the lookout for military and special-ops stories — the edgier and more dangerous, the better. She'd like sports romance for the YA/NA readers, some YA/NA contemporary thrillers and plenty of romance.
You can read the complete wish list here.
My second book from Entangled Indulgence, The Wedding Gamble, will be out in July. If you haven't already read by first Entangled release, Always a Bridesmaid, you can grab a copy here. Or here 
Rabbit Valley Comics is seeking stories for a Halloween anthology Tricks and Treats. Rabbit Valley specializes in anthropomorphic fiction — the characters are animals that act like humans.  For the Trick portion of this anthology, the editors are looking for scarcy Halloween stories. Play on classic Halloween tropes. Be innovative. For the Treat portion, think sexy adult stories. Make sure it relates to Halloween. All sexual orientations welcome. Stories shouldn't be over 10,000 words, and can be shorter. Payment is $100 for the print anthology, with a second $100 payment a year later for the ebook edition. The deadline for submissions is April 1, 2013. Find the details here.
Ellora's Cave is seeking manuscripts for a number of themed collections.
Curve Appeal features Big, Beautiful Women, all types of stories and sub-genres, 20,000 to 45,000 words, deadline March 1, 2013
Boys Will Be Boys — Male/Male stores, all sub-genres and themes, 20,000 to 70,000 words. Deadline May 1, 2013.
Cotillion Christmas Traditions — tradition, non-erotic Regency stories set at Christmas, 12,000 to 25,000 words, Deadline May 15, 2013.
Get all the details here.
As always, feel free to share the information in this blog with others — repost, forward and reprint. Please give me credit as the source and include a link to this blog. Thank you.  Cindi
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