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Why Choose an Editorial Evaluation?

Posted by on Mar 31, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

An editor’s touch can make the difference between a manuscript that stays in the slush pile and one that becomes the next bestseller. If you’re thinking about submitting a manuscript to a publisher, first, check out our blog post on the topic. Then, consider having your manuscript evaluated by an editor from Cavern of Dreams.   What can an editorial evaluation do for you?   It provides concrete examples of strengths and weaknesses within the manuscript It offers a different perspective with which to approach your writing It teaches you the type of questions that editors ask when...

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5 Tips for Submitting Your Manuscript to a Publisher

Posted by on Mar 24, 2017 in Blog | 1 comment

Submitting your book to a publishing company is a lot like applying for a job. You do research to find a job you want and a company you want to work for. You send in a professional résumé and cover letter, following the instructions in the job posting. Then you wait for an invitation to an interview.   When you submit your manuscript to a publishing company, you follow a lot of the same steps as you do during the job application process. Here are a list of tips that will help make it easier for a publisher to say “Yes!” to your book:   Research what the company publishes and what...

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Novels To Keep You Reading All Winter!

Posted by on Feb 6, 2017 in Blog, Featured | 0 comments

Hello, February! Winter always feels like it’s never-ending, with frigid temps, snow, slush, biting winds, and a seemingly constant cloud cover, it’s no wonder we all want to stay holed up indoors with a good novel! So what are you reading?! Cavern of Dreams Publishing has great titles available to keep you happily inside, slippers on, wrapped in a blanket, with a glass of wine or your favourite hot beverage in hand! The Summer Garden and the Song: The Circle of Life and The Summer Garden and The Song: Harvest by N.W. Young ($19.95 each or $35.00 for the set): Set in the late...

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