TOPICS AND TYPES OF STORIES WE ARE LOOKING FOR:
PLEASE NOTE: We DO NOT accept NOVELS
or children's chapter books!
Types of Stories: People who change the system. The courageous individual must be one of the characters in the story and has to be the author or co-author.
- Redemption/True Crime Stories
A person goes wrong, repents and then does something incredibly good for others. Crime-focused accounts are welcome, as long as there is a hero advancing justice, but no child abuse or incest stories.
As She Lay Sleeping: A Shadowy Figure, a Brutal Murder, an Anonymous Tip.
Will Justice Prevail? A True Story
The Spin Doctor: Hero or Cold-Blooded Killer?
Quest for Justice: Defending the Damned
- Exploring New Frontiers Stories
People who break or dismantle social or personal barriers.
Black & Bulletproof: An African-American Warrior in the Israeli Army
Down and Dirty Justice: A Chilling Journey into the Dark World of Crime
and the Criminal Courts
Prescription Pot: A Leading Advocate's Heroic Battle to Legalize Medical Marijuana
- Survivor Stories
Victims who fight back and refuse to be victimized and then fight for the rights of others or a good cause.
Full Circle: A True Story of Murder, Lies and Vindication
Winning the Disability Challenge: A Practical Guide to Successful Living
Mortal Justice: A True Story of Murder and Vindication
Topics: Issue-oriented and real-life accounts—NO memoirs, NO fiction (novels).
- Hard-hitting issues with news impact and publicity value.
Addicted Healers: 5 Key Signs Your Healthcare Professional May Be Drug Impaired
Hey, Back Off!: Tips for Stopping Teen Harassment
When Your Child Dies: Tools for Mending Parents' Broken Hearts
- Targeted self-help topics for general and specialty audiences written by or
with mental health and other professionals.
Marriage Rescue: Overcoming Ten Deadly Sins in Failing Relationships
Coming Around: Parenting Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Kids
Don't Say I Do!: Why Women Should Stay Single
Narcissistic Lovers: How to Cope, Recover and Move On
Your Sexually Addicted Spouse: How Partners Can Cope And Heal
- Children's Self-Help titles for our Small Horizons imprint, such as those which teach crisis, coping and service skills, and which are written by mental health professionals or educators.
Cats Can't Fly: Teaching Children to Value New Friendships
They Call Me Fat Zoe: Helping Children and Families Overcome Obesity
Stop Bullying Bobby!: Helping Children Cope with Teasing and Bullying
PLEASE BE ADVISED:
* New Horizon Press does NOT accept fiction, novels, memoirs, essays, poetry, plays or children's chapter books.
* Manuscripts and proposals MUST be sent with a self-addressed stamped envelope with sufficient postage to our PO Box below.
* We do NOT accept manuscripts through email.
* We ONLY accept phone queries and pitches by literary agencies.
IF YOU HAVE A NONFICTION MANUSCRIPT THAT FITS OUR FOCUS,
WE WOULD LOVE TO SEE IT.
|U.S. Mail:||New Horizon Press
P.O. Box 669
Far Hills, NJ 07931
Attn: Ms. P. Patty
|Package Delivery:||New Horizon Press
P.O. Box 218
34 Church Street
Liberty Corner, NJ 07938
Attn: Ms. P. Patty
BE SURE TO INCLUDE:
- Cover letter with your name, address, phone and fax numbers and E-mail address
- Book Proposal, which includes:
- Title page
- Table of contents
- Chapter-by-chapter outline
- Photograph of author(s)
- Bio or CV of author(s)
- Marketing or commercial outlook
- Promotion outlets
- Full or partial manuscript (If you have been previously published in nonfiction, a partial is acceptable)
- SASE (Self-addressed, stamped #10 envelope for reply; self-addressed large shipping envelope with sufficient postage if you wish your materials to be returned.)
We do accept queries and pitches through email; however, do NOT send manuscripts via email.
Include in subject line:
"Attn: Ms. P. Patty"