September 14, 2013

Publisher Week: Day 7 JMS Books Submissions #RLFblog #author @JMSbooksllc

This is Publisher Week at Romance Lives Forever. Three publishers will be featured, each during one special week. Those publishers are Boroughs Publishing Group in February, Liquid Silver Books in June, and JMS Books LLC in September.
JMS Books 

JMS Books LLC — Call For Submissions
As a show of thanks, I would like to offer a special promotional code to readers of your blog to use THIS WEEK ONLY while we're visiting.
To save 40% off your order, visit and enter the code RLFblog (just like that) during checkout. The code is good for one use per customer, and expires on September 15, 2013. So check out our site and save on our books today!
JMS Books LLC is a small electronic press specializing in gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender fiction, including erotic romance, romance, and young adult.
Our ideal word count between 16,000 and 70,000 words. We accept shorter/longer works, but we prefer erotic OR sweet romance involving LGBT characters within this range.
Authors earn 50% of net royalties on all electronic and print sales from our website and distributors. Royalties are paid quarterly no later than 60 days after the end of the quarter.

Publishing With Us:

We are a non-subsidiary, non-vanity press. Our contracts are for exclusive electronic and print rights.
ALL stories are published in e-book format. Any story over 30,000 words is eligible to be published in paperback if sales goals are met within six months of release. Print publication is not guaranteed.
Authors may combine multiple short stories published with us into print anthologies.
Young adult submissions over 30,000 words in length will be published in paperback the same month as the e-book is published. No sales goals must be met first for this genre.

What We Accept:

The King's Secret 
JMS Books LLC accepts gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender fiction, including erotic romance, romance, and young adult. Stories must be between 5,000 and 90,000 words in length. We do not accept stories outside this range.
All submissions must contain a romantic element. Explicit erotic content is preferred.
We are looking for Gay / Lesbian / Bisexual / Transgender stories in the following genres:
·         Bdsm
·         Contemporary
·         Erotic Romance
·         Fantasy
·         Historical
·         Interracial
·         Ménage à Trois (or More)
·         Military/War
·         Mystery/Thriller
·         Paranormal
·         Science Fiction
·         Sweet Romance (No Sex)
·         Western
·         Young Adult

What We Don't Accept:

Our tastes are broad, but we don't accept the following:
·         Anthologies
·         Erotica without a romantic subplot ("stroke stories" or "PWP")
·         General Fiction
·         Heterosexual erotic romance
·         Literary Fiction
·         Memoirs (real or fictionalized)
·         Nonfiction
·         Poetry
·         Stories without a romantic element

To Submit:

Beyond Clockwork
Visit our site at for full details on how to format your manuscript for submission.
We do not accept previously published (including self-published) work, multiple
submissions, or simultaneous submissions. We responds to all emails in less than 2 business days. If we like the story and request the full manuscript, our turnaround time is less than 1 week.

Holiday Submissions:

For the month of December, we are looking for holiday-themed stories:
·         Must be Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, or Transgender
·         Between 10,000 and 55,000 words
·         Must contain a romantic plot
·         Must revolve around a winter holiday (Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Eid, Yule, etc)
Stories may be any subgenre (contemporary, fantasy, paranormal, etc). Erotic content is encouraged but not required; however, we aren't looking for stroke stories. Stories MUST BE a romance at heart.
We are not looking for young adult holiday stories at this time.
The Dragon 
Follow the submission policy outlined on our website at
DEADLINE: All holiday stories must be submitted no later than October 15, 2013. Any
stories sent in after this date are not guaranteed to be released in December.

Some of our upcoming titles include:

September 15:
The Dragon by Terry O'Reilly
Gay Historical Erotic Romance
September 22:
Maybe I'll Tell You
a Bedtime Story
The King's Secret by Wayne Mansfield
Gay Fantasy Erotic Romance
September 29:
Beyond Clockwork by Jennifer Cierra
Gay Fantasy Erotic Romance
Maybe I'll Tell You a Bedtime Story by Claudine Lanthenay
Lesbian Erotic Romance

Find Us Here


  1. Paul Fahey here, editor of THE OTHER MAN anthology published by JMS Books. As many readers and reviewers have said, there's something for everyone in THE OTHER MAN: 21 Writers Speak Candidly About Sex, Love, Infidelity, & Moving On. And plenty of romance. But don't take my word for it. Here's what other readers and writers have said.

    “Full of bad behavior and ugly emotions. Contains some fine truths and excellent storytelling.”---Christopher Bram, author of Gods and Monsters and Eminent Outlaws.

    “By turns sprightly, poignant, piquant, sexy, scary, keen, naïve, heartbreaking. ”---Richard Stevenson, Lambda Award-winning author of the Don Strachey private eye novels.

    “Impassioned, witty, powerful voices examine infidelity and its effects on love, trust and truth”---Dennis Palumbo, psychotherapist and author of Night Terrors: A Daniel Rinaldi Mystery.

    “Something for everyone regardless of your sexual orientation. A delight to read such great writing.”---Regina Anavy, Author of Out Of Cuba.

    “You’ll find a lot of entertainment in the many emotions of Paul Alan Fahey’s extraordinary anthology, The Other Man…comprised of memoir—personal essays from some of our best and brightest writers—regarding what happened to their relationships when they faced challenges from the other man. And, as expected, the pieces run the gamut from hilarious to heartbreaking.”---Jerry Wheeler, Out in Print

    “I devoured it. An absolutely addicting book.”---Kilian Melloy, Assistant Arts Editor, EDGE Media Network.

    “Every essay is fascinating—and what a great cause!” ---Anne R. Allen, author of the The Camilla Randall Mysteries, and host of the award winning Anne R. Allen’s Blog.


  2. My sincere thanks to JMS Books and its authors for visiting RLF this week. It's been a great experience. I hope each of you will come back for an individual visit.

    1. Thank you, Kayelle, I really appreciate this opportunity to meet your readers.

      My best,

      Paul Fahey


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