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GLOBAL ROMANCE MARKET

Love bursts

Love & Bubbles will be a print anthology with digital copies. The editor, Jaylee James, is looking for love stories centred around ‘underwater biodomes, submarines, scuba diving, alien planets entirely covered by water, sea monsters, selkies, mermaids, water witches, Neptune/Poseidon, lost underwater civilisations, ghost ships, and more’. The anthology ‘will not feature one gender pairing over all the others and will showcase love in all its forms’. The love stories should be about romance under the sea, not on it, and romance, not erotica. The characters don’t have to be human, sea monsters in love, or water sprites, or undersea fairies are all acceptable. ‘Happy-for-now’ endings required and no tragedies, no unhappy endings. The editor prefers ‘Fluff over angst every time’.

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