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An Update from the Carina Press Team

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Dear Readers, All the romance you love is moving under one roof! We’re excited to announce that we’ll be moving Carina Press author news, book release info, and special opportunities over to many of Harlequin‘s platforms, effective today. Make no mistake—Carina Press isn’t going anywhere. But our audience is growing and we’re adapting our support […]

Critique Sweepstakes Official Rules: September 2019

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CARINA PRESS CRITIQUE SWEEPSTAKES (September 2019) OFFICIAL RULES NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO PARTICIPATE OR RECEIVE PRIZES. PURCHASE OR ACCEPTANCE OF A PRODUCT OFFER DOES NOT IMPROVE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING.  How to enter: To participate in the Sweepstakes, visit https://www.carinapress.com/blog/2019/09/first-page-critiques-open-to-submissions/(opens in a new tab)  (the “Promotion Website”) and follow the onscreen instructions to complete the entry […]

Submission Call: Holiday 2019 Proposals

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Happy 2019! Like you, the Carina Press team is only now leaving behind the rush of winter holidays … but publishing works far, far in advance. It’s time to launch our first submission call of the year: Holiday Proposals! For publication in 2019, we’re looking for contemporary romances set against holidays that fall from October […]

Introducing Carina Adores, a trope-driven LGBTQ+ contemporary romance line, now open for submissions!

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Today we are excited to share a new line that’s been in the works for months, and one we’ve been eager to reveal and get started reading submissions for! Carina Press is pleased to announce our trope-based LGBTQ+ contemporary romance line, Carina Adores. We invite everyone to head over to our submissions guidelines page here […]

What the Editors Want: Fall 2018 Edition

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Carina Press wants to reaffirm our commitment to inclusion and representation in our publishing program and extend a specific invitation to Black authors, authors of color, queer authors, disabled authors and other traditionally underrepresented voices. We want to see your submissions across all romance and mystery subgenres and tropes. We strive to make our list […]

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