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Limited Open Submissions Policy: Previously our manuscript submissions policy required works to be recommended by referral of a Six Degrees Publishing Group published author or an affiliate of Six Degrees Publishing.
Manuscript submissions are open to authors and literary agents. The current open submissions dates are March 1, 2017 through July 30, 2017.* PLEASE read our More Info page and refer to our Submissions Page for requirements and details for participating in the submissions process.
* Submitting a manuscript does not guarantee acceptance for publishing. Dates for open submissions may be changed at any time by extending or shortening the dates herein. Author must submit in exact accordance with submission page instructions to be considered.
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A passion-driven purpose towards creating a positive social effect -- whether your heartwork is philosophical, spiritual, health, environmental or business oriented, if you have something to share or are ready to pay your experience forward, we are ready to help you get there. Books that target a specific market and include workbooks or reader participation, when appropriate, are usually well received.
Adult, Young Adult and Pre-Teen Fiction:
Fiction: Novels and Novellas, Short Story Collections, especially those with story lines that are values-driven, interesting and contain essential, complex characters with a variety of realistic personalities and human qualities are of interest to readers. Although not required, series or trilogies are preferred.
Six Degrees Publishing Group is an independent publisher of both ebooks and print books, currently publishing the books of new and seasoned authors in the U.S. and internationally. We are particularly interested in authors whose works look to uplifting the human spirit or improving the world.
Be sure to check out our More Info page to learn about publishing.
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