40 Romance Publishers Who Want Your Novel

Many publishers want stories with romance in them, but what about publishers who specifically want romance novels?

All of the 40 publishers below are looking for romance, and some of them accept only romance novels/novellas (of varying heat levels).

Some of them even vary by romance sub-genres—and no, not just erotica—so you can personalize your submission options even more.

Good luck finding a place for your romance novel or novella!

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30 Young Adult Publishers Eager for Your Book

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Below you’ll find a list of 30 YA publishers that will provide you all the information you need to get your novel or nonfiction book published. 

The best part? For the vast majority of these publishers, you don’t even need an agent. You can send your manuscript directly to them.

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Sending out manuscripts can be scary, especially because so many publishers exist. Hopefully this list will help narrow your search and give you a better chance at finding a good fit for your YA book.

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9 Genius Methods for Writing a Great Scene (Plus a Bonus Idea)

How to Write a SceneIf you can write a great scene, you can write a great book.

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Fiction is built of scenes. You could argue that it’s built of sentences, but I’ve seen plenty of excellent sentence writers who fail to provide the reader a compelling reason to read those sentences.

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This post is going to teach you 7 strategies for how to write a compelling scene, and by the time you’re done, you’ll have a much better concept of how to enthrall the reader.

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What 30 Superb First Paragraphs Can Teach Writers

First Paragraphs and How to start your novel I looked at the first paragraphs of more than 1,000 novels to make this list.

The first paragraphs below are the ones that shocked, surprised, and delighted me. The paragraphs that made me want to read the rest of the book, the paragraphs so memorable that I would dream about them.

Writers, learn from these first paragraphs. When you’re revising the first paragraph of your novel, or preparing to start a novel, do yourself a favor and read through every single one of these. They will radically improve the start of your book.

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How to Find a Literary Agent (8 Crucial Steps with Real Stories)

How to Find a Literary AgentThere are lots of articles with practical tips on how to find a literary agent.

  • Make sure your manuscript is great.
  • 9 Tips on how to write a cover letter.
  • Research an agent to find out who they represent.

You’ve probably heard most of those before. But what I’m going to give you is much more than a checklist.

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4 Tips For Hiring a Ghostwriter and 7 Dangers to Avoid

Memoir GhostwriterIf you have an interesting story to tell, but lack the time or the desire to write it, there’s a simple solution: hire a ghostwriter.

So many people live fascinating lives, accumulating stories that would awe and fascinate readers, but yet they don’t feel comfortable doing all the writing.

Look, writing isn’t easy. Even the best writers will admit this. For instance, James Patterson doesn’t really write his own books anymore. So get some help.

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Publishing the Debut Novel: An Interview with Lindsey Lee Johnson

Lindsey Lee Johnson, The Most Dangerous Place on EarthIf you want to learn how to publish your first novel, and if you want to pick up some key writing tips along the way, keep reading.

This is an interview with Lindsey Lee Johnson, whose debut novel The Most Dangerous Place on Earth is getting rave reviews from the likes of:

What is the most dangerous place on earth, you ask? Spoiler alert: It’s high school.

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15 Boardgames to Help Writers

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Don’t Cut the NEA: 20 Ways the Government Spends $150 Million

Donald Trump plans to cut the funding for the NEA, the National Endowment for the Arts.

The budget for the NEA is $150 million annually.

To the average person, $150 million a year sounds like a lot of money. But since $150 million is actually only .006% of the annual budget of the federal government, it’s actually quite small.

Here is a list of some other things the U.S. Government spends $150 million on.

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Why I Chose a Business Conference over a Writing Conference

Why Writers Should Attend Business ConferencesAs a writer, I’ve attended my fair share of writing conferences: AWP (many times), Bookexpo, Squaw Valley Writers’ Conference, and many more.

So this year I decided to attend a business conference instead, and it was a wise decision. I attended the GO Summit by Fastermind, an intimate, 100-person conference, and it was revolutionary.

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