Young Adult Call for Submissions
Hello Writers,This call is for stories set in and around the all paranormal town of Sanction New Hampshire.
The main story line of the world can be found in the Serial portion of the Series, The Sanction Chronicles.
Paco Media Group will consider proposals for stories with a direct line to publication that are set in the made up town or within the rules and guidelines of the world. The setting can travel to real locations elsewhere in the world/USA.
We are looking for Young Adult Submissions, the length of the piece is open.
Shorts between 3K – 5K Payment $20
Between 6-9K Payment $30
Above 9+K Flat Payment or Royalty Payment
For full details email Terry Kate at [email protected]
The Sanction Chronicles Series
Welcome to Sanction – Amazon * Barnes & Noble * Books on Board * Smashwords
Ans So It Begins – Amazon * Barnes and Noble * OmniLit * Smashwords
Thank you for your time and consideration,
The Sanction Chronicles YA Series is looking for authors interested in taking part.
This is a royalty paying position with a paranormal Young Adult Series.
Basic Information can be found on our site http://thesanctionchronicles.com
Or the books at Amazon –
We are looking for published and aspiring authors interested in getting a publishing credit, learning, and working with other authors.
We will also be teaching extensive Social Media, Promotion, and Marketing to Participating authors.
Writing Job Description –
POV Sections in the published books are 10-15K and must meet deadlines.
Blogging – interviews – and online events to help promote you and the project.
Social Media –
Participate in group events as well as using your social media to tie in with other Sanction Author activities.
They will do the same for you as will Sanction when you have outside projects.
We are happy to have new authors, but you must be willing to listen and learn.
Sanction is a Serial Novel or series that takes place in the all paranormal made-up town of Sanction New Hampshire. There are 10 ebooks – one covering each month from Sept.-June in the school year of our characters. It is close to an ongoing series for tv. These books will be going to print and available on all of the major ebook stores.
We are on a tight schedule so you will have the opportunity to be published quickly.
Terry Kate at sanctionchronicles@ gmail.com
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Welcome to Sanction
Year One: Volume I
Welcome to Sanction:
One of the three largest all paranormal communities in the USA. Home of the Wind Haven High School and Sanction New Hampshire.
September 1: The Hawthorne Academy of Witchcraft is burned to the ground leaving the teens from Sanction’s three biggest powers with only one place to go… Now if the Witches can avoid Non-Witches, the Werewolves don’t tear anyone apart, and the Vampires keep their mouths shut Wind Haven High School might survive. IF…
Excerpt – Intro to the Three Characters
Wow, he’s hot.
Hope’s skin was uncomfortably warm, the heat getting worse every minute. She smelled smoke, or was that part of the dream? He’s smoking hot, that’s it. Hope settled back to admire his dark hair and bright eyes. At least I dreamed up someone worth looking at.
She sighed. Life in Sanction was good.
Not was, is—is good.
So what if awake she missed Dream Guy. Missing Dream Guy, a.k.a. DG, did not make the rest of her life lonely. She never got to see him for very long anyway. These dreams didn’t last. Now he was here, but for how long? She wanted to enjoy the time, but it was just so damn hot!
His voice broke into her thoughts. “Hope. Hope. You need to wake up.”
Like hell I do. Just minutes after getting here he wants me to leave? No way. She was staying asleep and right here. He was free to do whatever he wanted.
Bored with watching another five fir trees go by, Jessie turned to study Marcus. He was six-one, blond, and an asshole with a wicked set of fangs. He flashed them with every word out of his mouth. “You have to think about what people will say. We aren’t kids anymore. Everything we do reflects on the Vittori name.”
Jessie took great joy from pointing out the obvious. “I am not a Vittori.” She wasn’t a vampire, born, or made. She was human.
After a pause he continued, “You live with the family.”
“In the servant’s quarters. I think everyone gets the picture.”
“You and your mother are not servants.”
“We are not part of the family either.”
Nate closed the front door quietly. He glanced around for his father. So far no sign. Nate let out a breath and shrugged his backpack from his shoulder. He’d been walking on eggshells ever since he got back a few weeks ago. Eight years away wasn’t enough to wipe the slate clean between them. Nate’s jaw tightened.
Nobody gets a clean slate.
He’d made it to the stairs when the voice hit him from behind.
“What the hell are you doing home?”
Nate turned to face his father’s frown as the older werewolf walked out of the kitchen.
“School’s over,” Nate mumbled, trying not to cringe.
“Don’t be a smart ass,” his father growled, moving closer step by step. “What about football practice?”
“Cancelled.” Nate licked his lips. “It’s the full moon.”