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 →

How I sell books (Part 2) – A guest post by David McLain

Now that I've scared off half the readers talking about what hasn't worked, let's talk about what has. (See Part 1 here.) So far nothing I've said has anything to do with you as a writer. I don't know you, but if you are reading this, you've made it as far as finding my publisher's... Continue Reading →

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 →

Public Speaking for Authors

  Lately, this has been the topic I’ve been tackling in my day-to-day life, so I thought I should tackle it here as well. Like most writers I know, I’m an introvert. I prefer to write, read, edit, and generally work behind the scenes. When I go out to network, sell books and meet people,... Continue Reading →

Planning for Pantsers

I’m a pantser. What does that mean? It means that I’d rather ‘write by the seat of my pants’ than plan anything beforehand. However, with my latest book Uncharted, written with my co-writer Murandy Damodred, we did more planning than I’m used to and I think it helped us. Making Notes: Since Murandy and I... Continue Reading →

How to co-write your novel

Murandy Damodred and I wrote our fantasy / romantic comedy novel, Uncharted, together. This is not our first co-written novel. In fact, it’s our fifth, so we’ve got a system worked out. There are lots of ways to divide the work, but here's our method: First we split up the characters: Since we write primarily... Continue Reading →

Coming soon: The end of an epic.

Next up in our new releases for 2017 is the long awaited finale to The Watcher Trilogy, called The Wandering God.  If you haven't read The Watcher, or its sequel, Stormdancer, I urge you to give them a try. Joshua Pantalleresco has created a truly unique post-apocalyptic world where dragons rule over what remains of... Continue Reading →

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