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From the Editor’s Desk: When Your Submission is Passed to Another Editor

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Here at Carina, we’re always looking for new authors to sign, publish and build. But we recognize that putting your manuscript out on submission can be an intimidating process. How do you make your manuscript stand out, from the query letter to the last page? We’re here to demystify the submissions process by giving you […]

From the Editor’s Desk: Writing and Submissions Resource Roundup

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Here at Carina, we’re always looking for new authors to sign, publish and build. But we recognize that putting your manuscript out on submission can be an intimidating process. How do you make your manuscript stand out, from the query letter to the last page? We’re here to demystify the submissions process by giving you […]

From the Editor’s Desk: Writing a Synopsis

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Here at Carina, we’re always looking for new authors to sign, publish and build. But we recognize that putting your manuscript out on submission can be an intimidating process. How do you make your manuscript stand out, from the query letter to the last page? We’re here to demystify the submissions process by giving you […]

From the Editor’s Desk: Writing Effective Romantic and Sexual Tension

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Here at Carina, we’re always looking for new authors to sign, publish and build. But we recognize that putting your manuscript out on submission can be an intimidating process. How do you make your manuscript stand out, from the query letter to the last page? We’re here to demystify the submissions process by giving you […]

Pitch contest, 48 hours only! We’re looking for sexy romance!

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Dear Authors, The Carina Press editors are looking for super sexy books to acquire before the holidays. This is where you come in! The Carina Press editors are offering a personal feedback opportunity on the Carina Press blog between November 17th 9am and November 19th 9pm EST. Pitch your book in the comments below—we’ll be […]

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