“We are storytellers. We have fulfilled an integral role for the human race ever since there was a spoken language. Storytelling is time travel and teleportation; it is prophecy; it is philosophy; it is not just the elimination of barriers but the co-mingling of perceptions; storytelling allows us to emotionally, spiritually and intellectually suspend barriers and relearn our humanity.” — Mike Simpson, publisher

Please visit our website: http://secondwindpublishing.com

16 responses to “About

  1. Does Second Wind Publishing ever consider non-fiction books? How about a book that is all stories but stories about education? A book that tells about a 16 year old high school student that undertakes unique research into the world of mercenaries and finds someone writing a television series and brushes against a precedent setting freedom of the press issue connected with murder-for-hire and “Soldier of Fortune” magazine? Or the story of a first year teacher that stumbles into and on top of a complete, powerful religious cult? And how about looking at storytelling from the point of view of education and literate behavior including an ancient Apache parable?

  2. Hudwriter: Second Wind publishes only fiction at the present time. If you have quality adult fiction, go to our website and check out the submission requirements: http://secondwindpublishing.com/Submissions.html

  3. Ivan A. Castro

    Would like to send you a query. How do I do it?

  4. Hellena

    I just have a couple of tiny questions, I do have a book thats finished, the only thing is I don’t have a clue as to how to submit what you need and I would either send to much or make it sound to boring that you wouldn’t be interested. Also, I guess I should’ve asked this question first, but do you sell them in print to buy at stores or are they only on line?

    thanks for you time.

  5. I enjoy your interviews so much. You bring to light books and authors I might not know otherwise. The interviews are written with a strong voice, which is why I nominated you for the Kreative Blogger Award. I hope you accept the nomination in the spirit it is given.
    Thank you for sharing such wonderful writers!

  6. Your words make me smile. Well put and well placed I might add.

  7. rosannedingli

    I think no one’s noticed your site and submissions links are broken. They lead to a generic site, which can be misleading, frustrating, or both!

  8. I would very much like to submit a novel to you but don’t know how to go about doing so. Please help. I jhave the details you want. I just don’t know how to deliver the material for your consideration.

  9. I find this blog really interesting. I will definitely go through more post from it whenever I get enough time. Waiting to read more from this blog. Have a nice day. Thank you.

  10. I am trying to reach Mike Simpson. Ann Chandonnet, Lake St. Louis, MO

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