Five Years Already…

Can you believe that Mirror World has been in business for nearly five years now? I certainly can’t. I mean, I lived through it, but the time seems to have flown by in a flurry of pages... literally. We now have just over 30 titles for our readers to choose from by 18 different authors... Continue Reading →

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Now’s your chance to submit to us!

I’m going to try and make this short and sweet because if this post is for you, then you’re likely going to want to get busy putting together your submissions package and emailing it to us! That’s right, as of RIGHT NOW our general submissions period is OPEN!!! We’ve talked a lot about what we’re... Continue Reading →

What are your Publishing options?

A couple of days ago, I facilitated a workshop at the Arts Council Windsor Regions's Artspeak Gallery as a part of their Art.Work series and in partnership with Bookfest Windsor. The subject of the workshop was Publishing 101 and I'm happy to say it went well and we had a really good turnout. Since the... 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 →

The Publishing Process

If you're a writer, you may have wondered: What happens after the contract is signed? Every publishing house is different. There are large publishers, indie presses, hybrid publishers, vanity presses, and a whole slew of other styles of publishers out there. It's likely that I will one day do a post breaking these down for... Continue Reading →

Our 2016 line-up has been chosen!

We're super happy to be able to say that in just a few short months, we've found what we think is an amazing line-up of new releases for 2016! Back in November 2015 when we re-opened submissions, we anticipated a flood of query letters and we weren't wrong. Thank you to each and every person... Continue Reading →

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