Books to Go Now

Books To Go Now

bookstogoWebsite

http://bookstogonow.com/

Editors Name

Jennifer Conner

From the Publisher

Books to Go Now (BTGN) is proud to be a Traditional Publisher who works with their authors each step of the publication process. We have helped numerous authors become best-sellers with our dedication to creating only the best.

We are actively acquiring works (from short stories to full novel length) from both aspiring and established authors. Before submitting a query or proposal, please read the guidelines below. Please don’t hesitate to contact us at inquiry@bookstogonow.com if you have questions.

Our staff works one-on-one with our authors to help them to create wonderful works of fiction. Upon publication we use a successful multi-platform strategy to promote and market their work. Our staff has helped many authors become International and Domestic Bestsellers.

Books to Go Now offers professional editing, cover design, multiple book format file creation, and most important publicity. Our staff works one-on-one with our authors to help make our author books a success one book at a time.

Submissions

If you have a submission please send it to: Submissions@BooksToGoNow.com
We are currently reading all genres of fiction, but we are actively acquiring works from 10k-80k+ words at all heat levels and all relationships (m/m, f/m, f/f etc.). If you have a story you love, we would love to see it.

Here at BTGN, we’re interested in stories with strong romantic elements. We love romances and readers do too! Give us a story that hasn’t been told, that has a fresh voice, a strong character/romantic arc, and that can keep us wanting to turn the page. HEA/HFN is required.

Information

Address PO Box 1283
Poulsbo, WA 98370
United States of America
Does the Press Accept: Online Submissions, Unsolicited Submissions
Email BTGNPromotions@gmail.com
Submission Guideline URL http://bookstogonow.com/submissions/
Year Founded 2008

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Category Adventure Book Publisher, Book Publishing Company, Crime Book Publishign Comapany, Drama Book Publishing Comapany, Ebook Publishing Company, Erotic Book Publishing Company, Fantasy Book Publishing Company, Mystery Book Publisher, Printing and Binding, Romance Book Publishing Company, Science Fiction Book Publishing Company, Short Story Publisher, Suspense, Takes Queries, Thriller, Western Book Publisher, Young Adult Book Publisher

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7 thoughts on “Books to Go Now”

  1. I have been a deep seaman for most of my life from 1959 to 2003, in the British Merchant Navy, the Norwegian MN, and the Australian MN. Now retired, I have written a number of short stories, a novel, and three novellas in the Erotica genre.
    ; some are based on my own experiences at different sea ports around the world. I own all the copyrights to my work, which are based on the differing aspects of human sexuality among adults. Could you please tell me if you are interested and in which format you prefer for submissions. I am yours sincerely, John Eric Hoare. P.S I do write under the synonym of Scarlett. T. Sunday.

  2. i have a few books and i would like to get published please!

  3. I self published the first of my Complaining Chris and Sensible Shaun series, and I’m looking to convert it over to an e-book.

    Any information you can provide concerning the services you offer will be greatly appreciated. I can be reached by e-mail at: Bradley1363@aol.com

  4. hello i have over twenty finished novels.I write to you asking for access to show my works of art.I would like a link so that i can e-mail them to you thank you.

  5. Query: Sustaining America 2074 – 2135

    From Axel Lorenzsonn (Email alorenzsonn@sbcglobal.net)

    Dear Editor:

    In 2009 my first book, Steam & Cinders the Advent of Railroads in Wisconsin 1831 – 1861, was published by the Wisconsin Historical Society Press. In 2010 it won the Midwest Book Award and Independent Publishers Silver Award.

    I mention this because I have modeled my new book, Sustaining America 2074 – 2135, on Steam & Cinders. Both books cover a significant number of years, both tell of the changes that occurred in those years, and both use personal
    narratives to tell of these changes. The main difference between the two is that Sustaining America 2074 – 2135 is future-fiction, while Steam & Cinders is historical non-fiction.

  6. Hi I am interested in publishing a short story. The above window is not clear on how to submit my story on being published. Can you please send the guidelines? I have been writing for years and my friends and family feel that my stories need to be read. I’d love to take advantage of this opportunity!

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