Changelings: Now Accepting Manuscript Submissions

***Please note, there has been an uptick in publishers that are not accepting unagented submissions. Too many presses and publishers are getting mass submissions that do not fit their catalogs. DO NOT submit your work if it doesn't fit the publisher's guidelines.

Changelings is an e-publisher of erotic romance. The books this press likes to publish are on the shorter side, but they have an excellent reputation for their editing.

Currently, they are seeking works of women’s erotic romance. They want short fiction, single titles, series, and serials that contain any of the following genres and themes:

Genres: Sci-Fiction and Futuristic Romance, Dark and Urban Fantasy Romance, Paranormal Romance, Action-Adventure Romance, and Guilty Pleasures (Adult Contemporary Romance).

Themes: MC Romance, Rock Star Romance, Alien Encounters Romance, Men and Women in Uniform Romance, New Adult Romance, Single Parent and Pregnancy Romance, 2nd Chance Romance, Interracial Romance, Gay, Bisexual and More Romance, Multiple Partner Romance, Shapeshifter Romance, Vampire Romance, Werewolf Romance, Zombie Romance, and Tentacle Monster Romance.

However, they do not want erotica, and all books should end happily ever after or happy for now.

Changelings Title: Desire Island by Shelby Morgen, Stephanie Burke, and Treva Harte
Desire Island by Shelby Morgen, Stephanie Burke, and Treva Harte

How to Submit to Changelings

Is your work a good fit? Great! Here are the publishing details:

  • All books should contain 20,000 to 40,000 words.
  • No erotica.
  • A short cover letter containing no more than 500 words.
  • Your complete manuscript.
  • A brief promotional plan, including links to your website, blog, Facebook, etc.
  • Royalties: On-Site Sales 35 percent of gross, Off-Site Sales 50 percent of Net. 

They only accept submissions via email. The publisher does not accept simultaneous submissions but does accept multiple manuscripts. Changelings respond quickly, so you’ll find out if you’re published or not.

To find out more information or to submit, please check out their submission guidelines here.

Good luck to all of you who decide to submit! I’m keeping my fingers crossed for you.

If you do get published, please let me know. I’d love to read your work and pass it along to a friend.

Stay safe, everyone.

Until next time.



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Danielle Adams

Danielle Adams

Danielle Adams is a writer and editor for a local marketing agency. She has formerly worked as a writer for the Investing News Network and as an editor for Whetstone, a bi-annually published literary magazine. Aside from writing, Danielle has an unabiding love for all marine life and the outdoors. She loves taking long hikes with her husband and cooking delicious meals in the kitchen.


6 Responses

  1. Sounds like they want everything from everywhere, as long as it’s romance.
    I can see where they’re coming from. But the thing is, the futuristic sci-fi world characteristics have to be put in the story as the normal thing, from the characters’ perspectives.
    The non-noteworthy, casual thing for the characters’ lives has to be this setting that’s absolutely normal for them, so that their romance is the story-worthy event to get the reader interested.
    But the reader has to get in touch with the sci-fi or other strange environment, such that they get taken into that world for the character’s journey.
    This is where your world-building has to really shine!

      1. Oh, yes. Very possible. It just has to be done right. I mean, look at the romance between Han Solo and Princess Lea in Empire Strikes Back.
        The writer just needs to take us into that world.
        And, I hate to think in cliche’d terms, but my first impulse is to think of the other worldly/ alien environment as a setting for adventure.
        Again, it’s up to the writer to take the reader into the characters’ lives within that environment.
        Fortunately, that and more are possible with the Written Word.
        So hopefully Changelings gets submissions creating all the romance in all the settings they could ask for. 🙂📖

      2. Haha. I think a lot of it comes down your reading preferences too. I’ve read some more sci-fi based romance books and they can be done while also satisfying that need for adventure. 😊

        And yes it’s definitely on the writer to take you into that world successfully!

        Same here!

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