The Moment you’ve been waiting for… Submissions open November 1st, 2017.

It's that time of year again! We're pleased to announce that our submissions will open again for a brief window starting November 1st, 2017. How brief of a window, you may ask? Well, that depends how quickly we find what we're looking for! But submissions will be open at least through the month of November,... Continue Reading →

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So Many New Worlds to Explore…

I know I just did one of these update kind of posts, but I’ve been so busy there’s more to tell. Here’s what we’re currently working on at Mirror World in no particular order: Sandra Unerman’s Spellhaven: I got my first shipment of Spellhaven paperbacks yesterday and they look phenomenal. I can’t wait to share... Continue Reading →

My Writing Goals: 2017

I see a lot of people announcing their goals for 2017. I’m not sure I’m wired that way, but I do have several projects on the go (at all times) and even while super-busy with everything Mirror World, I always make time for writing projects and this year will be no exception. You may remember... Continue Reading →

2016: A Year in Review

Well, I said we would publish 5 books in 2016. We actually published 6. In May, we released Black Lightning by the exceptionally talented and award-winning author, K.S. Jones.  We certainly love this middle grade adventure into another world, and hopefully you did too. If you haven’t read it, you can learn more about it... Continue Reading →

‘Find’ our Books in Windsor

A while back I stumbled across a video on Facebook depicting a woman in Belgium hiding books and starting a book-themed version of Pokemon Go. I immediately wished something like that existed here and even briefly thought about putting it together myself. But, with one thing and another, I got busy and the idea faded.... Continue Reading →

Would you like a free sample?

Over the weekend we were in Toronto at the Word on the Street Festival and I discovered just how refreshing it was to know that nearly every person who stopped by our booth was already a self-professed reader. Typically at craft shows, conventions, or even our own events, it’s a mix of different types of... Continue Reading →

Recipe for a good book

You will need: 1 fully realized setting (if making from scratch, see the world building recipe on pg 42) A unique narrative voice 1-2 well-developed main characters, add side characters as necessary Conflict An engaging opening A satisfying conclusion A dash of theme Romance, optional   Prepare your work surface and clear your mind. Mix... Continue Reading →

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