Once upon a time there was a writer who dreamed of getting published.
In his dreams, the writer always had lots of time available to create, edit, proofread, rethink, finesse, and compose the very best work. And also in dreams, that work was eagerly received by editors and literary agents who gleefully sent acceptances flying back to our fortunate writer.
And in some dreams, whenever the writer attended a critique group meeting, all the members (even that one annoying guy) sang his praises and threw rose petals. (Hey…it’s a dream.)
But unfortunately, the writer’s reality was a lot more like a nightmare.
Hours and hours of nights and weekends were consumed by researching where to send—and just as important, where NOT to send—submissions. Bleary-eyed and exhausted from all that researching, the writer had no time or strength left for what he really wanted to do: Write!
And because the writer’s daily life was jam-packed with working at a day job, vacuuming, dropping off the kids, shopping, picking up the kids, getting Fido groomed, etc. etc. etc.… the few writing submissions he was able to send out were infrequent and hastily prepared.
Alas, the dream of actually getting published seemed more like a pipe dream than something that might really happen.
But then one day at a writing conference, our writer heard about a company called Writer’s Relief—which happened to be having a call for submissions for potential new clients.
It was the stuff dreams are made of! Because for twenty-five years, Writer’s Relief has been helping writers make effective submissions to boost their odds of getting published. Writer’s Relief conducts comprehensive research, formats, proofreads, and even creates cover and query letters.
The result? Over 19,000+ acceptances since 1994.
That’s a lot of incredible, amazing dreams come true!
So after checking out the many testimonials, the writer submitted work to the Writer’s Relief Review Board.
And the Review Board said Yes!
Soon the writer’s dream team of expert strategists were developing his spot-on custom submission strategy.
And though it didn’t happen overnight, little by little, there were fewer rejection letters and—ta da!—more acceptances!
Plus, he had more time to write. It was truly a dream come true.
Here’s the best part of the story. Your dream of getting published can come true too!
Because Writer’s Relief is accepting submissions from creative writers right now in the following genres:
- Novels and memoirs
- Short creative prose
DEADLINE: Thursday, April 18
It’s not a dream…it’s the opportunity you’ve been waiting for!
The biggest adventure you can take is to live the life of your dreams. —Oprah Winfrey