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Is this the next big thing? Another publishing company is looking for teen and YA fiction ebooks

ebboksI see that Bloomsbury Spark – a digital imprint from Bloomsbury Publishing (aka as J.K.Rowling’s publisher) is looking for teen, young adult and new adult fiction from new and established writers worldwide. You don’t need an agent in order to submit and they are currently accepting English language manuscripts between 25,000 and 60,000 words across the genres including romance, dystopian, paranormal, sci-fi, mystery, thriller and more.
I’m reminded of the the post I wrote in January about Salt, the independent publishers in the market right now for for YA gritty British urban fiction. If that’s your bag there does seem to be interesting opportunities around. To find out more visit Bloomsbury Spark and check out the books in their current list.

Find out as much as you can about what they want – you won’t get a second chance to submit.

For submissions in Europe: BloomsburySparkUK@bloomsbury.com
For submissions in the United States and Canada: BloomsburySparkUS@bloomsbury.com
For submissions in Australia: BloomsburySparkAUS@bloomsbury.com
For submissions in India: BloomsburySparkINDIA@bloomsbury.com

photo credit: Ed Yourdon via photopin cc

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