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Welcome to Trident Publishing Holdings!

We’re more than just a publishing company – we’re curators of imagination. Dive into our endless world of romance, mystery, and countless other genres where you can contribute your own creativity and talent!

Writers Looking For Work?

 

 

Interested in joining Trident Publishing Holdings as a fiction ghostwriter? We’re seeking talented individuals who can craft compelling romance and/or cozy mystery stories on a work-for-hire basis. While you won’t retain authorship rights to your work, we offer upfront pay for each project. If you’re looking for consistent income and have a knack for storytelling, we’d love to hear from you!

We’re in search of creative minds with a knack for meeting deadlines and a willingness to bring stories to life from provided outlines.

Our ideal candidates are those aspiring to turn their love for writing into a rewarding career. We’re dedicated to making writing a sustainable and enjoyable pursuit, offering writers consistent work at their preferred level—be it full-time or part-time.

This is a remote position, allowing for work-from-home arrangements, with all communication conducted online or via phone.

Our sub-genres include…

Science Fiction Romance

Contemporary Romance

Cozy Mystery

Thriller

Steamy Romance

Ideal Candidates Will…

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write in native U.S. English

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be a collaborative team member

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be a reliable writer with effective communication skills

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have previous experience in writing, traditional or self-publishing, or ghostwriting

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write compelling and memorable romance fiction

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meet provided deadlines

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follow instructions, guidelines, and general directions

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be available and respond promptly to team messages during the day

Chapter 1

Annalise

     “Augh!” I jumped up, trying to evade the scorching coffee before it could reach me.

     The culprit cursed in a deep voice, but my eyes were set on my soaked sketchbook in mortification.

     “My sketchbook!” Shaking the coffee off the pages was no use–the damage had been done. “Do you have any idea how long I’ve been working on this? What is wrong with…”

     I looked up and the words died in my throat.

     The man whose drink just ruined three hours of hand cramps was the most attractive man I’d ever seen, dressed in a finely tailored suit that probably cost more money than I had ever accumulated in my life. He had piercing blue eyes and a chiseled jawline, and he exuded an air of power and confidence.

     “I’m so sorry,” he said, grabbing a handful of napkins and trying to clean up the mess.

     “I…” I shook my head, forcing myself to snap out of my stupor. “The damage is done. Don’t worry about it.”

     He looked up at me, his blue eyes filled with concern. “Please, let me make it up to you. I’ll buy you a new sketchbook, or replace any damaged pages. Anything you want.”

     “It’s fine,” I said finally, stuffing the ruined sketchbook into my bag. “Just forget about it.”

     He looked taken aback. “But I insist. I can’t just let this go without making it up to you.”

     I sighed. “Listen, guy. I’m not worth the trouble. Clearly.”

     Don’t be bitter because you’re broke, Annalise.

     “But-”

     “It’s fine,” I muttered, shoving my things into my bag and slinging it over my shoulder. “Seriously, just leave it.”

     With a sigh of defeat, I sulked out of the coffee shop. As I walked down the street, I couldn’t help but feel a mix of anger and frustration. I had been working on that sketchbook for hours, and now it was ruined. And to make matters worse, I couldn’t afford to buy a new one.

     How could I when I couldn’t even keep the lights on in my apartment? I had been living on a shoestring budget for months, struggling to make ends meet as an artist. I had a small apartment in a rundown part of the city, and I barely had enough money to pay my rent and buy groceries. I couldn’t afford to replace the sketchbook that had just been ruined, let alone buy new art supplies.

     I sighed and ran a hand through my hair, feeling the weight of the world on my shoulders. Why did things always have to be so hard for me? Why couldn’t I catch a break for once?

     But then, as I turned a corner, I saw him standing there. The man who had spilled coffee on my sketchbook was leaning against a lamppost, watching me with a concerned expression on his face. He was tall and handsome, with piercing blue eyes and a chiseled jawline. He was dressed in a finely tailored suit that probably cost more money than I had ever accumulated in my life.

     “Hey,” he said, walking towards me.

     “Are you stalking me?” I demanded, giving him the side eye as I tried to stride past him. I didn’t want to have anything to do with him. He had ruined my sketchbook, and I couldn’t afford to be nice to him.

     No matter how sexy he is.

     But he didn’t seem deterred by my attitude. “I’m really sorry about what happened back there,” he said, his accent really coming through. Spanish? Italian? “I didn’t mean to ruin your sketchbook.”

     “Don’t you have something better to do?” I muttered, wondering why a guy like him cared so much. He was wealthy and powerful, and I was just a struggling artist. Why was he bothering with me?

     He persisted. “Please, let me make it up to you. Have dinner with me tonight, and I’ll make it up to you then.”

     I hesitated again. I had never been asked out by someone so beautiful before. He was tall and lean, with broad shoulders and a muscular chest. There were several rings on either of his hands, one of them flexing in anticipation of my response.

     “I don’t know,” I said finally. “I’m not sure that’s a good idea. We don’t even know each other.”

     He smiled a disarming smile and held his hand out to me. “My name is Ezra.”

     I couldn’t help but be swayed by his charm. Against my better judgment, I found myself reaching toward him.

     “Annalise.”

     Once my hand was in his, he brought it up to his lips and kissed it like a scene from a movie. His lips were soft and warm, and I felt a shiver run down my spine.

     “Let me take you to dinner, Annalise.”

     I hesitated for a moment longer, but I couldn’t resist the pull I felt towards him.

     “O-Okay,” I stammered, feeling my cheeks flush with embarrassment.

     If only I knew that this one dinner would change my life forever.

in 2023

as of March 2024

We published a total of 301 books in the year 2023 alone!

Here you can see what to expect in terms of quality when it comes to the content we produce.

Compensation

Over 350 people work with us as we bring our stories to the world. Monetizing their creative impulses as a writer, editor, proofreader, social media manager, audiobook engineer, graphic designer, and artist has allowed countless people to create everything from a stream on side income to make car payments all the way to paying their mortgages.

About the Firm.

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For nearly a decade, our firm has thrived as a beacon of hope for those whose creative aspirations were once relegated to the sidelines. Initially, it was established by a group of visionaries who had endured years of discouragement regarding their creative pursuits, particularly in the realm of writing. The prevailing belief was that such endeavors lacked financial promise.

However, the turning point came in 2015 when a courageous few banded together and authored a novel that surpassed all expectations. This momentous achievement not only defied conventional wisdom but also illuminated the transformative power of the internet. Suddenly, the digital landscape became a realm where creative voices could resonate and thrive like never before.

Thus, against the backdrop of this newfound potential, our firm emerged. Fuelled by the desire to empower individuals to harness their creative instincts, we embarked on a mission to provide a platform for micro-monetizing creative endeavors. This endeavor is rooted in the belief that everyone deserves the opportunity to pursue their passions, irrespective of the challenges they face—whether it be the demands of a full-time job, familial responsibilities, financial constraints, or any other impediments along the way.

GOAL ONE: Produce the best product possible!

Our readers have countless options competing for their attention in today’s digital landscape. With the entire internet at their fingertips, they could easily indulge in any movie, book, or online distraction. Despite this abundance of choices, they’re choosing to spend their time immersed in our books.

 

It’s a responsibility we take seriously. We owe it to our readers to provide them with nothing short of excellence. While meeting our deadlines is crucial (see Goal Two), it’s equally essential to ensure that every interaction with our products is a positive one. By prioritizing their experience, we not only honor our commitment to quality but also lay the foundation for our future success.

GOAL TWO: Hit the deadline!

In the fast-paced realm of publishing, reader preferences can shift swiftly. What captivates them today may not hold their interest tomorrow. Our books are our primary product, and it’s key that we deliver the right content at the right time to meet their interests.

GOAL THREE: Create bestsellers!

We’re a company with awesome fucking talent, great editors, an amazing marketing team and the budget to get our books out into the world.

 

As such, there’s no reason we shouldn’t be aiming to produce the best novels on the market—and because of our resources, we can do this more quickly and more efficiently, to greater effect, than anyone else out there. Creating bestsellers means creating books that are so unputdownable that our readers come to us, first, and they’re ready to part with their book budgets.

 

Let’s give them something wonderful to read.

Want to write for us?

Our community is incredibly diverse. We have members from all walks of life: some rely on this work as their primary income, while others, like stay-at-home parents, contribute whenever they can, even if it’s just to afford a bottle of wine. In between, we have actors, waiters, teachers, scientists—you name it.

But it’s not all just romantic sitting at a cafe with an iced coffee and laptop writing things. Writing is blood, sweat, and tears.

And we want to pay you for it.