does anyone have any useful advice on approaching publishers for a novel that deals with teenage bereavement? I'm not looking for mainstream publishers but ones that accept 'midstream' - I know of only one possible publishers called 'o books' but how you make submissions to them is shrouded in mystery as they don't accept postal submissions nor have a telephone number as far as I can make out.
Any informative suggestions would be welcome, thank you,
Exactly how does the book deal with teenage bereavement. is it fiction or non-fiction? basically if you look in bookstores and online, who publishes similar books?
O Books seems to focus on spiritual non-fiction and at least based on Amazon rankings their sales look on the low side.
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