Get It Write Imprint

PLEASE READ THESE GUIDELINES CAREFULLY…failure to do this could result in bloating, hangnails, thinning hair, a sudden compunction to howl at the moon…and rejection; instant, sudden death rejection – and I don’t care what the priest says.

Get It Write Publishing

Now that I’ve threatened and scared the stuffing out of you, let me extend a hearty welcome to Get It Write Publishing. This imprint centers on topics that writers find helpful during their research phase – a one-stop research shopping for the writer. These are books written by writers who have an insider view to their particular profession – the surgeon who writes about what goes on in an operating room, the detective who writes about what it takes to do their job.

I’m open to any ideas, but I’m looking particularly for special insights on professions that most writer’s don’t possess and would have difficulty knowing how to write. These are books that turn on the lights for authors who need to know the ins and outs of any particular profession – how an airline pilot would react to a hostage takeover, or what goes on in a lawyer’s world after she sends a process server out to say, “You’ve been served.”

A few things I’m looking for are:

  • Law Enforcement
  • Fire Department / EMT
  • Medical
  • Aviation
  • Journalism / Broadcast journalism

E-queries: I prefer e-queries and will contact you much sooner than if you snail mail me.
E-queries may be sent to Lynn Price:
acquisitions@behlerpublications.com

~ Please make sure that your query letter includes your bio.
~ For guidance on queries, I recommend that you read here, here, and here.
~ Click on the link for guidance about how to write with “voice.”

If you insist on sending a hard copy, which I really wish you wouldn’t, they may be be sent to:
Behler Publications
1211 Lincoln Highlands Dr.
Coraopolis, PA 15108

*SASE must be included (No SASE, into the trash it goes)

  • US residents only, please.
  • We do not accept unsolicited manuscripts.

Please be advised: there are times when I comment on query letters as a way of helping you improve your pitch. If you have an overinflated ego, believe your writing originates from the hands of the Great Cosmic Muffin, or you’re just a donkey’s rear end, please state this at the top of your query, and I will refrain from helping you and let you stab about like a blind man trying to fork a pea.

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