Publishing your book is an amazing thing. But it can also be scary. With so many steps to go from rough draft to publication, it can be hard to know what to do, where to go, or what to pay. We’re here to ease your worries and partner alongside you on your journey.
And the best part of all? You don’t pay us anything. Just like with a traditional publisher, we earn royalties on sales of your books, just like you. We are firmly against publishing services that charge up-front, especially when their fees can stretch into the realm of thousands of dollars. We know how hard you worked on your book, and that’s why we commit to working just as hard, and to not earn a penny unless you do too.
Your rights will be carefully protected, with our publishing contract listing in clear terms what you are agreeing to and for how long. And if there’s ever anything you’re confused about, just ask! We are truly on your team, because success for you means success for us.
- Full name and phone number
- Word Count
- The first 3 chapters of your book in .docx (Microsoft Word) format
- Social media links (if applicable)
- A little bit about you! We want to get to know our authors and their journey to us
Note: Here at SR Press, we love a good fantasy or dystopian story. It’s the majority of what we read, write, and publish. Because of that, for the time being we are limiting submissions to books that fall within those genres and are geared toward Young Adult (YA) or New Adult (NA) audiences. Erotica and Horror is not our jam, so submissions focusing on those elements will be rejected.
During the submission process we guarantee your privacy and intellectual property and will maintain that privacy at all times. No personal details, including name, email address, phone number, or any other contact data will be disclosed to any third parties without your permission. We hold no rights to any of your work until a contract is signed, so if we reject your submission your rights remain with you. We delete your manuscript, then delete the deleted file, then burn the laptop (okay not the last one).