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For the Love of Murphy

I think this cover is beautiful!




I'm so excited to be a part of this anthology and part of Roane Publishing.


Authors, the submission call for this anthology is still open. Here's the information:

 

 

For the Love of Murphy
A Sweet Romance Anthology

Submission Deadline: January 31, 2014
Sometimes it pays to be unlucky.

Theme: We've all heard of "Murphy's Law", well in this anthology, all the stories must be romances with a Murphy's Law twist. Perhaps the heroine is accident prone and stumbles (literally) into the hero at the grocery store. Maybe a series of strange mishaps brings the hero and heroine together. Bring us your tales of bad luck gone romantically right. Submissions can be historical or contemporary.

 

Submissions must be romances with a HEA/HFN ending for the main characters.

Stories must be at least 5K but should not exceed 10K words.

New Adult Genre stories will be considered for this anthology.

Stories must adhere to the anthology call's theme to be considered.


Please email a brief query letter along with your completed and polished manuscript to submissions@roanepublishing.com and put the anthology name MURPHY in the SUBJECT LINE of your email.

Completed stories should be attached in TXT, RTF, DOC, or DOCX format ONLY and attached to your query email. All other attachment file types will be deleted unopened.

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