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Oak Tree Press seeking mystery, romance, and crime fiction

June 19, 2017


Oak Tree Press  is actively looking for great book projects. Mystery, intrigue, romance, paranormal, police procedural books are all on their wish list. Manuscripts must be complete and ready to go right into production. Based out of the Central Valley in California, Oak Tree Press is an independent publisher that has been in business for […]

5 markets for mystery writers

August 10, 2016


Cozy Cat Press is a small, independent publishing company that specializes in producing cozy mystery books. Cozy mysteries feature complex and exciting plots with engaging characters. The main character is typically an amateur sleuth, not a professional law enforcement agent. Cozies are books that do not include lots of blood, gore, and violence. Query first. […]

Crime pays with these 3 publishers

July 20, 2015


Are you a crime fiction writer? Check out Brash Books and Crime Wave Press. Brash Books was founded by international men of mystery Lee Goldberg and Joel Goldman, both Edgar-Award nominated, bestselling authors. Lee Goldberg is the TV writer/producer of many of successful series and is the author of more than 40 books, including the […]

Review: The Professional Freelancer

January 19, 2015


The Professional Freelancer By Rory Scherer Amazon Digital Services May 2014 114 pages Don’t let the title fool you. The Professional Freelancer is not guide for freelance writers. At the outset, author Rory Scherer warns that this book “was not written in a traditional format.” It was written in first person and the style is […]

Review: Let Me Out

June 14, 2012


Let Me Out By Nichole Severn SPJ Publishing March 2012 322 pages Adelaide Banvard is a cold-blooded killer with a wicked past. She is also the personal bodyguard for Christian Wren, the most powerful corporate criminal in Los Angeles. When Agent Marcus Grant’s partner is killed, all clues lead to Wren. He vows revenge. But […]