Wings become Crimson and Soar

June 13, 2009 at 10:35 am (Uncategorized)

Wings Press has been my publisher for 7 years and I can only applaud their step forward. Since I am sure that there are some readers here who write paranormal erotic I thought I would share the following announcement.

Press release: New Erotic Line Opening for Submissions

June 8, 2009

Crimson Moth Erotic Romance

In 8 years, Wings has transformed from a simple group of ladies wanting to make their dreams of publishing a reality, to an industry leader with those same dreams at its very foundation. The current economic climate is probably one of the most serious challenges we have ever faced. Many companies see it as a parapet that is showing them the end of their existence, but we see a different view… a launching pad from which to fly… we are Wings after all.

We are thrilled to announce our latest adventure Crimson Moth Erotic Romance.

On June 15th, 2009 we will launch Crimson Moth, and begin accepting submissions of highly sensual, plot-driven romances filled with passionate, monogamous relationships.

September 15th, 2009 marks the opening of our cyber doors, giving our readers the opportunity to soar with Crimson Moth romance.

When we began Wings we never dreamed we would be where we are today. We cannot abandon who we have become or where we came from, but we can continue to move forward to achieve more than we now believe possible. If we stand together and face the future, we can take off from here and fly into a success; a success that will transcend the current climate and glide us through to the brighter times ahead.

Visit our website at www.crimsonmoth.com for submission guidelines.

Direct questions to Senior Editor Elizabeth Struble  editor@crimsonmoth.com

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1 Comment

  1. julielomoe said,

    Hi Linda,
    Congratulations on being part of Wings for seven years. It sounds like a great group. This blog site is beautiful, by the way – I love the black against blue graphic. Keep up the good work.

    Julie Lomoe
    Julie Lomoe’s Musings Mysterioso

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