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Saguaro Books, LLC is now a PAL publisher with SCBWI




Saguaro Books, LLC accepts queries December through April.

Please note: Queries submitted outside of our open period will be ignored.

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Saguaro Books, LLC accepts queries December through April.

Please note: Queries submitted outside of our open period will be ignored.






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),

our 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

SAguaro Books, LLC
 
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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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New Arrivals

Emma's Gossip Column

           

Emma Sawyer earned her fame in middle school as author of Emma’s Gossip Column. Being a star should have brought bliss, yet she’s grown tired of raging rumors and gritty gossip. Instead of enjoying eighth grade year at Riverside Middle School, she finds herself avoiding her bossy editor while attempting to hide a secret she’s promised to keep. So when Emma stumbles upon a mystery blanketing her town, she gladly shifts her calling from gossip columnist to case decoder. Only problem is, her fame begins to dwindle as she struggles to uncover a secret someone else is trying to keep.



Always, Jessie


Jessie is an ambitious but lonely high school junior struggling with EDNOS (Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified), a disorder which takes on various features of anorexia, bulimia, and exercise addiction. Burdened with pressures from school, peers, and the responsibility of caring for two younger sisters, Jessie tries to control the chaos through her disorder, but finds herself becoming even more isolated and depressed. After a life-threatening incident sends her to the hospital, Jessie’s family confronts her; she admits she has a problem and agrees to enter a residential treatment facility.

 





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