Category Archives: Carina Press

10 Easy Steps to Help You Identify Your Equine Discovery


Have You Found a Horse or a Kelpie?   Are you near water? (An ocean, river, lake, fjord, or loch?) Continue to Question 2. Chances are you’re looking at a horse, but to be sure, continue to Q2. It’s very dark and I’m not sure. Continue to Q2.   Is the horse by itself, or […]

#CarinaPitch is back June 7, 2017! Get Personalized Feedback & Expedited Response Time!


  THE CARINA PRESS EDITORIAL TEAM WILL BE HOLDING OUR ANNUAL PITCH EVENT ON TWITTER VIA THE #CARINAPITCH HASHTAG ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7TH, FROM 9AM EASTERN TO 9PM EASTERN. #CarinaPitch is the one time of year we offer an opportunity for authors to submit their work and get both an expedited response and feedback. We’ve […]

What the Carina Press Editors Want–Updated Spring 2017 edition


Carina Press publishes a variety of categories, subgenres, niches and word counts across all heat levels of romance (including contemporary, paranormal, LGBTQIA, erotic, romantic suspense and more!) as well as mysteries both with and without romantic elements. For publication in 2018 and 2019, here’s what we’d be most excited to receive: Paranormals (and urban fantasy […]

Six Telltale Signs Your Lover is a Shapeshifter


  In my upcoming coyote shifter romance THE ALPHA’S CLAIM, I pair an aggressive alpha shifter with an oblivious human pancake house server and let the sparks fly. If Teddy had been a reader of paranormal romance, he might have seen some clues that Jim isn’t an ordinary man: 1. Never shoes teeth when smiling […]

Visiting York


  WOLF IN KING’S CLOTHING takes place in 1912 in York, a walled cathedral city in the UK. When considering the setting for the story, I couldn’t get the image of York Shambles from my mind. It’s a warren of a place, and I imagined a younger Kent darting through crowds on market days or […]