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Leverage Meme » 6/9 quotes
↳ No-Stabbing Wednesdays.
"An off-duty cop from Boston caught in the wrong place at the right time."
Leverage; 4.17 - The Radio Job | Die Hard
1. First cut up some strawberries and soak em in vodka for as long as you can bear to wait (if you do it overnight it’s even better)
2. Then add some lemonade.
3. Stir and serve with mint.
4. Be drunk.
Y’all I was not ready for this
Ok I humbly submit
1. Cut fresh strawberries and soak them in rum.
2. Add your favorite sparkling wine and lemon lime soda (I prefer Martini Rossi Asti and Sprite)
3. Serve ice cold.
I’m an LGBT writer in the LGBT fiction community. I know there are tons of aspiring writers out there who have LGBT characters. There are also so many LGBT people out there who want a book written with an LGBT protagonist which doesn’t revolve around the fact they’re LGBT, who are tired of all those overdone tropes about coming out and being accepted.
Here are some LGBT publishers that have open calls for submission:
New and aspiring authors, here’s a short list of LGBT publishers who are looking for stories in any genre, not just contemporary or romance.
Happy writing (and reading)
SIGNAL BOOST with a slight caveat -
I’m not really huge on publishing & the rights thereof, but Storm Moon Press says “Authors will receive a single payment for their story based on length at a rate of $0.0075 per word. No other royalties will be paid.” for 10k-20k word stories - in other words, will pay you $75-150 with no royalties.
Compare this to other publishers on this list - Riptide pays 40% royalties for its books, Dreamspinner a $200-1000 advance plus royalties, Harmony Ink pays $500-1,000 plus royalties.
The other two, Torquere Press pays royalties the first time and might pay a flat fee as well the next time they publish you, and from what I can tell LT3/<3 pays something like royalties or maybe a $100-200 flat fee.
Be sure to do your research when submitting something! And decide for yourself what you’re looking for in being published - most of these are small press publishers that probably don’t have that big of a budget. But you have rights as an author too.
To clarify, LT3 pays royalties as follows:
- 40% of the cover price on ebook sales through our Book Market
- 35% of the gross we receive from 3rd-party vendors (Amazon, All Romance, Kobo, etc)
- 20% of the cover price for all print sales.
- 5 - 10% of the gross subscription sales if the book is part of LT3’s Serial Subscription.
The $100 - $200 flat fee is paid out for short stories that are part of an anthology.
NEW IN AUDIOBOOK: DREAMER AND A SHADOW OF A DREAM
You can now pick up Dreamer by Julia Alaric and A Shadow of a Dream by Isabella Carter in audio!
Jonah considers himself the most boring person in existence. Even his dreams are boring; the most exciting dream he’s ever had involved folding laundry. But then, in the middle of a dream about eating cereal, everything changes. A faint memory of an unseen visitor, impressions that vanish upon waking, become dreams that leave Jonah exhausted, afraid, and determined to figure out who is turning his boring dreams into a terrifying game of cat and mouse…
Solving a murder is never an easy matter, even when circumstances are ideal. For Basil, circumstances are far from ideal. The murder is far more complicated than at first it seems, and before he can even begin to solve it Basil must contend with a council that refuses to listen to him, a partner he despises, and a thief who is a temptation that Basil cannot seem to resist…