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  1. I echo all the positive comments from my fellow Liquid Silver authors above. If you write romance, you owe it to yourself to submit to this company. I just had my second book published with LSB and look forward to working with these folks again in the future. Nice job, Tami and Terri.

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    • Thanks, Annette! I have to say, I’ve enjoyed my experience as a LSB author, too! ~Tami

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  2. Great interview! Terri is awesome to work with and I am thrilled to be writing for Liquid Silver! 🙂

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  3. LSB is definitely an author-friendly publisher and has some of the fastest turnaround time in the industry. Grace’s comment hit the nail on the head. The waiting game is one of the worst parts for an author. It’s nice to get such prompt feedback.

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  4. Great interview, Tami. As a new author at LSB, I was impressed by Terri’s prompt turnaround (less than a week) and the welcome from the staff and authors at LSB. The editor was outstanding and from acceptance to publication was four months. What more can you ask for?

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  5. So glad to read this interview and learn more about Terri. I’m a happy LSB author and having dealt with other e-pubs, I can testify that LSB does things right, from when you first submit, to the contract, artwork and editing. I’ve really enjoyed getting my books published with them, have learned a lot, and can’t wait to write and submit more. Editing beckons!

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  6. A 7-10 day turn around? That’s impressive. And really, very considerate as the waiting game is probably one of the worst things writers go through.

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    • Grace – that’s for “in-house” authors, but yeah, it’s still impressive. I can’t remember how quickly they responded to my first submission, but it was definitely quick. Much quicker than I expected! ~Tami

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  7. What interests me as an author, is feedback from publishers. My goal is to be the best I can be and getting professional feedback on a submission would be a great help, instead of form letters. That way I can work on improving my craft instead of not knowing the reason for rejection.
    Thank you Tami and Terri.
    Thank you

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    • Great comment, Jennifer! I’m going to let Terri field this one, since she’s the expert :).

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    • Hi Jennifer! As an author myself, I feel your pain 🙂 Getting honest feedback is a huge bennie. When I have to reject something, I always try to give at least a one-sentence reason as to why something doesn’t work for our house. Sometimes it’s simply the concept that the romance isn’t strong enough (but the writing is fine). Sometimes it’s pacing, or genre or any manner of things, but we’ll try to let you know!

      Terri

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