AVON Call for Submission Valentine Novella


That's right. Currently, Avon Impulse is looking for you.
Who are you? A romance writer who is interested in online publishing. Stories may be between 50-65K or for the current call, novella length between 20-25K depending upon the theme. Upcoming manuscripts deadlines below.
Send submissions through Avon's online form at www.avonimpulse.com.
Please refer to this submission in the “In Reference To” box on the submission form.

It was the best of Valentine’s Days. It was the worst of Valentine’s Days. No matter which, it’s your 20-25,000 word contemporary romantic novella about that one day of the year that can make you feel so good you are bursting with joy…
or make you hide under your covers with a quart of ice cream and An Affair to Remember on television.
  • 20,000-25,000 words
  • Sensuality level: from Moderate to super-sexy
  • Historical or contemporary
  • Must be received by October 8th
Send submissions through our form at www.avonimpulse.com. Please refer to this submission in the “In Reference To” box on the submission form.
When a young lady of gentle breeding finds herself in reduced circumstances she often has no choice but to leave home and become a governess. Your governess romance can be a full-length novel or shorter novella. The story can be gothic and ghostly, or deliciously delightful… but at the center of it must be a young woman who has gone out to seek her living…only to discover love.
  • 20,000-25,000 words or full length
  • Sensuality level: from Moderate to super-sexy
  • Historical
  • Must be received by October 15th
For the other current manuscripts calls by Avon Impulse visit them here.


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