Pitch Session Opportunity

My good friend D’Ann Lindum is having a pitch session on her blog on April 26…

Permission to forward granted.

If you missed the last pitch session, don’t miss this one….!  Lyrical editor Piper Denna bought four new authors that day…don’t be left out  this time! (I was one of these authors.  I sold my contemporary Western “Burterfly” which now is titled Gambling On A Secret )

Ruby Lioness Press Co-owner, Marissa Dobson, is taking 1-5  line pitches on   http://dlindumauthor.blogspot.com/

I am mainly looking for short stories and novellas, but  I’m open to novel-length pitches as well.
The rules are simple:
1.  Contest opens at 8:00 A.M. EST and runs through 8:00 P.M EST April 26,  2012
2. Submit a 1-5 line pitch.
3. Please provide the length  (finished or expected) and genre of your pitch also.
If you have any  questions, or would prefer to email them, you can email me at: marissa@rubylionesspress.com

About Ruby Lioness Press:
Ruby Lioness Press is a  semi new publisher, but all of our staff has been in the business for years. We  are here to help authors reach their goals. Our release schedule is growing  rapidly; be sure to take advantage of this opportunity to be a part of the Ruby  Lioness Press family. Ou rstandard royalty percentage is 50% of the sale price  of your e-book and 40% for print.

Website – http://rubylionesspress.com/
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We have a multi-author series (which you can  pitch for also, just please mention that in the post). For more information on  the multi-author series, follow these links:
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Marissa’s bio:
Born and raised in the  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area, I now reside about an hour from Washington, D.C.  I am a lady who likes to keep busy, and am always busy doing something. With two  different college degrees, I believe you are never done learning.

Being  the first daughter to an avid reader, this gave me the advantage of learning to  read at a young age. Since learning to read I have always had my nose in a book.  It wasn’t until I was a teenager that I started writing down the stories I came  up with.

My first experience in publishing was reviewing and then  marketing. It wasn’t until I was in the business a year or more that I had  enough courage to submit something to be published. Now between writing,  marketing, and running Ruby Lioness Press my days are full.

Marissa  Dobson
Co-owner of Ruby Lioness Press
Owner of Sizzling  PR