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OnyxDrake
03-28-2012, 02:48 PM
It was The Bard who said, “If music be the food of love, play on”.

And yet every grrrl loves her a tall, dark and looming bad-boy rocker. Maybe it’s the way he caresses the neck of his guitar, the scent of his leather jacket or the way he looks right at you from the stage, straight into your heart when he sings about what he wants to do to you.

Your mama told you he was trouble, but you gravitated toward him anyway.

Or maybe you’re that grrrl who’s flying in the face of conventions. You’ve got your guitar, a head full of tunes and you’re doing Patti Smith proud, singing about that love you just never seem to find.

Heartbreak, heavy riffs, love and the blues, underpinned by late nights in dusty small towns with the dry taste of whiskey on your tongue--musicians catch the eyes and steal hearts. Those who make music might show one face to their audience, but quite another to the people close to them. Here’s your chance to share their stories and the love of music that led them to follow the road to fame and fortune.

Works between 30 000 to 95 000 words will be considered, in the genres of romance to urban fantasy with strong romantic themes. See http://www.lyricalpress.com/submissions.php (http://www.lyricalpress.com/submissions.php) for submission details or email nerine@lyricalpress.com (nerine@lyricalpress.com) for further information.

Unimportant
03-28-2012, 10:24 PM
The Read This First !!! Before Posting A Market (http://www.absolutewrite.com/forums/showthread.php?t=11828) thread clearly states that the poster needs to include the pay rate in the post, preferably in the thread title.

I went to the Lyrical Press link you provided but couldn't find any mention of what rights you take, what advance you pay, or what royalty rate you offer. Could you please amend your post to include that info?

thanks!

regdog
03-28-2012, 11:41 PM
MOD NOTE


Unimportant is correct. Please provide the required information in the original post.


The Read This First !!! Before Posting A Market (http://www.absolutewrite.com/forums/showthread.php?t=11828) thread clearly states that the poster needs to include the pay rate in the post, preferably in the thread title.

I went to the Lyrical Press link you provided but couldn't find any mention of what rights you take, what advance you pay, or what royalty rate you offer. Could you please amend your post to include that info?

thanks!