Seeking Self-Published Fiction Authors to Serve as Paid Consultants

Callisto Media

Jobs For Writers

Posted 3.5.13

Seeking Self-Published Fiction Authors to Serve as Paid Consultants

Callisto Media is a publishing venture based in Berkeley, CA that is backed by one of the world's foremost venture capital firms. We are seeking successful self-published fiction authors to join us as paid consultants and help guide an upcoming series of fiction books.

You'll be paid in exchange for your experience and knowledge, and have an inside track to an exciting emerging publishing house that is growing at an incredible rate.

We are looking for self-published authors who exhibit the following characteristics:
- Established track record of writing and self-publishing books on Amazon and other online channels
- You've written serialized and/or genre-based fiction
- One or more of your self-published books has an Amazon sales rank of 10,000 or better

This is a freelance position, and you can work with us remotely from any location. We are very well funded and and pay competitive hourly and per-project rates.

If this sounds like a compelling opportunity, please submit the following to :
- A cover letter that describes your fit with the position
- A list of your self-published titles with URLs to view them on Amazon, along with their sales ranks and any related data you'd like to share

We look forward to your application!

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