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From Man Love Romance (http://www.mlrbooks.com/Submissions.php)
Call for Submissions: Build Me…something
What is it about a man and his tools? Whether those tools are a hammer and
nails, ingredients and knives, cake and icing, paint and a canvas, grease
and a wrench…seeing a man confident in his skills to create something can
turn on even the most reluctant person.
Suggestions: a contract working on the renovations of a house he’s
flipping and the real estate agent helping him; a pastry chef making cakes
for weddings hoping for one day to make his own; a mechanic refurbishing a
classic car on his time off.
– All stories should have a theme of building something
– Be a minimum of 10k, maximum of 40k
– Any subgenre is welcome and all prohibitive guidelines are observed
Submissions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: March 15, 2016
Any questions can be sent to Kris Jacen at KrisJacen@mlrpress.com
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