What in the heck is this Meankitty Publishing you keep mentioning?
Is it taking submissions?
Are you kidding me?
No, really, who do you think you’re fooling?
Meankitty Publishing is a label I thought it would be amusing to put on books I self-publish through Amazon, B&N, ARe and Smashwords (who sends them to places like the Apple iStore and Kobo). I’ve also released anthologies that include other authors.
Despite that, Meankitty Publishing is not a traditional, royalty-paying publisher, and we are not accepting submissions. In fact, it’s probably a bad joke. But it does make me laugh.
So why do this? One of the advantages to self-publishing is that I can, should I be so inclined, revise typos in my MKP products in a way most traditional publishers don’t have the flexibility to do. If a reader’s eagle eyes locate bona fide misspellings and formatting glitches any MKP releases, please let me know! I will send you a prize!
And yes, I did purchase the domain name www.meankittypublishing.com, because how hilarious is that?
Here’s Meankitty Publishing’s vast CATalogue:
Cooley’s Panther (paranormal romance short)
Field Trip (sf short)
The Heart-Shaped Box (paranormal short fiction anthology)
The Interactive Adventures of Mari Shu (interactive sf-romance parody)
A Mage by Any Other Name (fantasy novella)
A Pixie’s Tale (paranormal romance novella)
The Claiming (paranormal erotica re-release, not yet available)
Stalking Evan (paranormal romance novel)
Strip-O-Gram (erotic romance short story)
The Whole Truth (urban fantasy novel)
Welcome to Dunvegas (paranormal romance comedy anthology)
Whatsoever He Might Kind of Want or Desire (parody)
A Wintertide Spell (fantasy romance short)
The Worst Christmas (YA short)
For a list of all my books, check the sidebar or click this here BOOKS linkie thingie.