The Literary Librarian, Dreams and Worlds, The Fairy Tale Garden, and Trick or Treat Thrillers are connected sister journal websites that aim for the purpose of helping other authors to promote their work by providing interviews and book reviews, and by offering assistance with finding author resources. The Literary Librarian conducts interviews for authors in the genres of young adult fiction, poetry, drama, literature, non-graphic horror, mystery, adventure, non-erotica romance, and children’s books. The site, Dreams and Worlds, hosts interviews and book reviews for the genres of sci-fi, fantasy, young adult fantasy, preteen fantasy, and children’s fantasy. The Fairy Tale Garden is for true life’s fairy tales and other true stories.
A section of The Literary Librarian has been set aside for poetry hosting/publication: submissions to the Literary Librarian’s Pantheon of Poesy are available for any previously-published poet to submit a poem to once per month, as long as it meets with our guidelines. Please visit our Guidelines Page to read what these are. Reprints and simultaneous submissions are welcome.
A sister site to The Literary Librarian is Trick or Treat Thrillers. This sister journal site conducts interviews and book reviews in the genres of horror, sci-fi, and mystery. Sci-fi and Mystery are also welcome here, and we do book reviews for non-graphic horror, as well. If you are a horror author and you prefer to be among more authors of your own genre, please let us know and we will set you up with Trick or Treat Thrillers, instead of hosting your interview or book review here.
In addition to supporting authors with interviews and book reviews, The Literary Librarian, Dreams and Worlds, The Fairy Tale Garden, and Trick or Treat Thrillers are also affiliates of Night Sky Book Services, which offers editing, formatting and other book services to established and potential authors. Feel free to contact us for these additional services by following this link and using the contact form there to request information: Night Sky Book Services.
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