Martin Sisters Publishing is an independent publisher of fiction, romance, science fiction/fantasy, young adult fiction, short story collections, and self-help books.

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Martin Sisters Publishing Submission Guidelines

Submission Address

Martin Sisters Publishing accepts submissions via email. See the guidelines for details.

Submitting Your Work to Martin Sisters Publishing

Before submitting to Martin Sisters Publishing

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From the Martin Sisters Publishing guidelines:

Martin Sisters Publishing is accepting queries for all genres of fiction (including science fiction and fantasy); and non-fiction (including self-help), these submissions may include Christian fiction and inspirational. All submissions can also include collections of stories. In order to be considered for publication, manuscripts must be between 60,000 to 100,000 words in length.

The Sisters are not accepting submissions for poetry, torrid or any books containing extreme violence. Please send your query letter, short synopsis, marketing plan and full manuscript to (please place your query letter, short synopsis and marketing plan directly into your e-mail and attach your manuscript MSWord format or PDF only). Place the words “submission” in the subject line of your e-mail then the “fiction,” “non-fiction,” “Christian fiction,” or “Inspirational,” and the working title of your manuscript.

Submission Guidelines Details for Martin Sisters Publishing

Market Type: Book

Contact: Denise Melton, Publisher/Editor; Melissa Newman, Publisher/Editor


Accepts: Adventure, contemporary culture, cooking, creative non-fiction, education, fantasy, gardening, history, humanities, humor, inspirational, juvenile, language, law, literary, mainstream, memoirs, military, mystery, nutrition, parenting, psychology, regional, religious, romance, science fiction, short story collections, sociology, spirituality, sports, suspense, war, western, women's issues, young adult

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