June will be an exciting month for Amberjack Publishing because we are adding another great title to our Little Adventures imprint.
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Saba Kapur, the 20 year old author of our most recent YA book, Lucky Me, has been spritzing her genius around like perfume. In a recent interview with the Chick Lit Club, she shares three extremely important tips with writers looking to break into the YA novel category.
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Spring has arrived and brought with it warmer temps, lush greenery, and gentle showers (for some of us, anyway. Others, not so much). The spring season can make many of us feel youthful and new again, as if we can finally shake off the tension of winter and open our minds and bodies to fresh air and new possibilities. What better way to indulge our seemingly younger selves than to lay down a picnic blanket and devour a brand new YA book? Here are 5 new YA books you MUST read this spring:
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We’re pretty laid back at Amberjack Publishing. We love our authors, we love to read new manuscripts, and we love getting to know new writers. The submission process varies greatly from publisher to publisher. Some publishing companies do not accept unsolicited manuscripts, and require you to submit through a literary agent. At Amberjack Publishing, we want to be more accessible to struggling writers and help them showcase their brilliant stories to the literary world. While we do have an open submissions policy currently in place, there are some things a writer can do to improve their chances of becoming published.
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Saba Kapur, the 20-year-old author of the hilarious YA book, has had a busy few weeks, to say the least. Not only has she been promoting the Lucky Me Blog Tour day and night; she's also done countless interviews and has even been featured in three separate magazines including The Indian Weekly, G'Day India, and Girl's Life Magazine! Lucky Me is not your typical, run-of-the-mill teen comedy. It involves fashion, the glitz and glamour of Hollywood, and a perfectly imperfect main character named Gia whose witty one-liners are to die for. Reviewers have called it hilarious, incredibly amazing, and a joy to read.
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