Crimson Romance Submissions

What is the difference between romance and erotica? With erotica anything goes. Erotica is the naughty booty call your angelic ass want to have or the threesome in public you fantasize about while having the same old missionary position with your boring husband/wife/partner. Romance focuses on the build up of a relationship, the mechanics behind it. Emotional connection. The soulmate that will do anything to keep their lover, homie, friend. Still don’t get it? Well Google it, hell I can’t work miracles.

Romance writers listen up!

Crimsom is looking to build on their romance ebook line, that’s where you come in. They will accept full length novels that is at least 40,000 words. Romantic suspense, contemporary, paranormal, historical and spicy romance (which is one level below erotica) all with happy endinga are accepted. Email their editor Jennifer Lawler and include a quick summary of what your story is about. NO ATTACHMENTS PLEASE. They said it I didn’t.

For short stories ranging from 5-10,000 words Crimsom is interested in Holiday themed romances during certain times of the year. Christmas and New Years Eve will be accepted up until June 1st. V-Day submissions are taken until August 1st. Sports themed stories are accepted until July 31st. They say any heat level is fine so push the envelope with these! Submit your full mamuscript to with the title Short Story Submission [intended collection] in the subject line. Good luck!

Peace and luv!

Posted from none other than your favorite writer’s favorite writer Ms Talia


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