What a joke. I just thought I would share this. I got (for the first time ever) a nasty response from an editor. Here's what he wrote. I would like to thank you for consisdering Our Publishing House. A terrible submission letter. No a dressed person, no information, no subject matter, no requests. Poor all around. Rejections will soon follow. Study up on the proper way to submit an address letter and do the research and address letter to the proper person, and researching the guide-lines for submissions would be an asset to you. At this point in time we are unable to give your work the consideration that you were hoping for. I wish you success in placing your work with a suitabnle publisher. The Best of the Day tio You So I wrote back (I couldn't resist) telling him thank you, but telling me "rejections will soon follow" is a bit harsh. I didn't have the proper submission "he" wanted. But it says in the Book Markets for Children Writers 2010 a bio and 3 sample chapters or the full manuscript if it's a picture book. And nothing on the site to guide you. So how was I supposed to know. I told him thanks for the tip, here's a tip for you. Learn how to proofread, I notice some typos. He couldn't even put it in a letter form himself, paragraphing it. He just did lines. I don't know about you guys, but I would steer clear of this company. And the joke of it all is it is a subsidy pub. Just thought you should know.