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Call for submissions: novels [Mar. 12th, 2012|12:02 am]
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We're open for submissions of novel-length fiction until June 1, 2012. The next open submission period will be in the fall of 2012.

Dancing Fools Press accepts submissions for completed works only. Please read our submission guidelines, information about the genres and type of fiction we publish, and our philosophy before sending in your submission.
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Our first loan! [Mar. 11th, 2012|08:35 pm]
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One of the decisions we made when we started Dancing Fools Press was that it is very important to us that we help others with a portion of the profits generated by DFP. Because we were unable to find a national or international organization that focused on women's literacy, we've chosen instead to commit to lending 1% of our profits through Kiva to women running their own businesses.

We're happy to announce that we've made our first loan. :)

Once this microloan has been repaid and/or we've reached the threshold to start another loan, the money will be lent to another businesswoman, furthering the goals of Kiva and the women they empower.

—Annie and Ann
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Limited Time Price Reduction [Mar. 15th, 2011|10:05 pm]
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For a limited time only, Brushback, the first Evan Austin mystery, is now available to download for only 99¢! You can download it directly from the publisher's site or from Amazon.com. Either way, it's a bargain—but it's only for a short time!

Also available for £0.70 on Amazon.co.uk.
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Review! [Apr. 16th, 2010|10:38 pm]
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Three Dollar Bill Reviews posted a five-out-of-five star review of Brushback by Jamie Scofield today:

If you like complex characters and well plotted mysteries then you can't go wrong with Brushback. I thought it was terrific and can't recommend it highly enough.
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Sweet Charity! [Apr. 8th, 2010|12:26 am]
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We're offering a combo ebook and autographed trade paperback copy of Brushback by Jamie Scofield for this year's Sweet Charity fan auction. This year's charity is RAINN (Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network).

The auction runs through April 11, so hurry on over to check out what's up for grabs!
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Call for submissions and limited-time offer [Mar. 21st, 2010|10:31 pm]
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For a limited time only, we're offering a special combo deal for Brushback: buy the trade paperback, get the ebook for free! For details, go here.

We're open for submissions of novel-length fiction until May 1, 2010. The next open submission period will be in late summer of 2010.

DFP accepts submissions for completed works only. Please read our submission guidelines, information about the genres and type of fiction we publish, and our philosophy before sending in your submission.
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Call for submissions [Oct. 1st, 2009|02:49 pm]
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We're open for submissions of novel-length fiction until November 30, 2009. The next open submission period will be in early spring of 2010.

We're still accepting fiction and art submissions for two romance anthologies of stories for the theme "masquerade." Submissions are open until November 30, 2010, and accepted stories will be chosen by December 15, 2010. Complete information can be found on the full announcement.

We're now accepting fiction and art submissions for two romance anthologies of fractured fairy tales. Submissions are open until February 28, 2010, and accepted stories will be chosen by March 15, 2010. Complete information can be found on the full announcement.

DFP accepts submissions for completed works only. Please read our submission guidelines, information about the genres and type of fiction we publish, and our philosophy before sending in your submission.
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Our first review :) [Jul. 11th, 2009|03:55 pm]
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elisa_rolle: What I found really interesting is that the author didn't choose the visual "effect" to build the attraction between Evan and Roman, he/she chose to build an attraction based on little things, like the timber of voices, common interests... chemistry.

The lovely review can be found here.
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Brushback now available! [Jul. 10th, 2009|05:34 pm]
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Brushback by Jamie Scofield is now available in ebook format! (Due to a few unfortunate problems out of our control, the trade paperback won't be available until sometime next week. We'll announce it as soon as it's available.)

Congratulations to the winners of our pre-release contest: Jillian, Sarah, Elaine, Sharon, EOTU, Kathleen, and Dail. If you haven't received an email letting you know how to claim your prize, please let us know.

Did you know that information about DFP and our releases can be found in various locations on the web? You can keep track of us from wherever you're logged on most often. :) We're on LiveJournal, Dreamwidth, and Facebook, plus you can add the RSS feed of our news posts to your favorite reader or join the updates email list by sending an email to updates-list [at] dancing fools press [dot] com. We also announce all releases on Ebooks Just Published, which is a great site for finding non-DRM'd ebooks. Here's the post for Brushback if you'd like to rate it and help other folks with similar tastes find DFP and our fabulous authors. (Hint, hint. *g*)

We'd love to know what you think about any and every thing we're doing, so please don't hesitate to contact us. And hey, if you happen to stumble upon links talking about DFP or our books, please share!
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Linkage [Jul. 6th, 2009|05:12 pm]
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Post about DFP on Teleread.org today: Dancing Fools Press - new publisher eschews DRM.

And DFP has a page on Facebook now, if you want to keep up with us there. :)
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