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Saguaro Books, LLC
Fresh new writing voices we've never heard before...
Saguaro Books, LLC publishes quality middle grade and young adult fiction by
first-time (NEVER PUBLISHED BEFORE) authors.
We are dedicated to making reading fun.
Because Saguaro Books, LLC produces relatively few titles each year (4-8 works),
books reflect the individual tastes of our small volunteer staff.
SB looks for writing from emerging authors over the age of 18,
with a unique voice
that inspires as well as entertains the reader
Brand building: Saguaro Books, LLC has rolled out two new facets of our offerings: a) Books for Young Readers (Sold by but not Published by Saguaro Books, LLC) and b) New Adult (16-25 yrs. old) Fiction. Saguaro Books is looking for volunteer book designers, developers and editors to join a small, independent publishing firm in Fountain Hills, AZ.
Saguaro Books, LLC is closed to queries until further notice.
Please note: Queries submitted outside of our open period will be ignored.
Saguaro Books, LLC is a PAL
publisher with SCBWI
Revise, revise, revise! We don’t want to read your first draft, EVER. (Tip: Your novel isn’t ready to send to us until you can describe it in
one meaningful sentence.)
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Follow Orion and his young friends as they embark on a magical adventure set in the enchanted time when the two mystical ancient civilizations of Greece and Rome are about to collide. The young friends must find and save their mysteriously kidnapped village. To do so, they follow clues left by the quirky Mr. Bumbershoot, befriend curious creatures living impossibly high in the trees, outsmart devilish creatures, and battle fearsome Dragons. Come along on this journey, if you dare! They certainly need the help.
Danny Meyers is a kid with a plan—he’s smart, goal-oriented, and the definition of a goody-two-shoes. So how does an A+ student get mixed up with the school bully? In the summer of 1995, Danny is about to learn that people aren’t always what they seem, that sometimes the best-laid plans fail, and that the ordinary events of day-to-day life can be important—even if you don’t think so at the time. Danny is on the verge of turning a corner and he won’t be able to go back. But what he learns after turning that corner, and a few more, just might help him make sense of things after all.
A WORD TO THE WISE...
Because of the high volume of submissions and marketing realities, we have some restrictions.
- We consider works between 30,000-90,000 words.
- We do not consider previously published authors, whether self-published or co-authored.
- We require a signed letter from a qualified editor recommending your manuscript for publication to accompany your submission.