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Website: www.entangledpublishing.com/

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Aug 01, 2014 12:13 pm, calluna said...
In late November I subbed to them and got a LENGTHY R&R request (like 4 pages and with the intent of if I fixed it I had a "good chance" of being picked up). I spent six months revising the crap out of my MS and re-subbed in early May. Six weeks later I got a form rejection from a different editor (!!!!) than the one that requested in the first place-- and never heard from the original editor again. I don't get peeved about rejections, but this one stung really bad. :(
Jun 12, 2014 9:06 pm, KellyLaSalle said...
participated in #SFFpit on Twitter. Their editor spotted and favorited my pitch. Asked for the full.
Submitted full manuscript 6/12/14
Jun 01, 2014 6:38 pm, sarah_biglow said...
Subbed YA Urban Fantasy 6/1/14
Nov 11, 2013 8:50 pm, SPTrombley said...
Congrats RegencyLady! What did you submit?

I'm going to the acquisitions board soon too, with my YA contemporary, Yay! Stephen loved the revisions I sent him this weekend, so after we tweak a few things he's going to send it off. *crossed fingers*
Oct 12, 2013 9:55 am, RegencyLady said...
Q through submittable 9/4/13
10/4/13 Request for synopsis as they're taking ms to the acquisitions board.

Now the waiting game begins. :)


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