Wednesday, 23 May 2018

Seeking Guest Bloggers #WriterlyWednesdays

Seeking Guest Bloggers

Greetings one and all. As the title says, I am seeking guest bloggers to fill some of my Writerly Wednesdays slots in the rest of the year.

Anyone who would like to post anything about writing/editing/publishing/illustration/books/comics is welcome:
  • Authors
  • Artists
  • Editors
  • Bloggers
  • Podcasters
  • Youtubers
What I won't take:
  • Advertising only posts
  • Posts with links to nefarious websites (yes I check all links before posting)
  • Anything that promotes hate speech or other illegal content.
Everyone who does a guest post is welcome to include:
  • an "About the Author" section with links to their own social media/blog (see example below the form)
  • an "About the Book/Comic" section about their latest creation (see example below the form)
Every post I make has a banner image similar to the one at the top of this post - it makes sharing the post on social media more visible. If you do not have a banner of your own, I would be perfectly happy to put something together for your post (default width 500px because it fits my blog layout). Something like :

I'd also be very interested in doing guest posts for other blogs as well, but post swapping is not a criteria for your post being accepted here.

Please fill in the Google form below if you are interested.


Example - About the Author

Natasha Duncan-Drake

Natasha is a British author with Wittegen Press and has been publishing genre fiction since 2011. Her work includes everything from horror to young adult fantasy and she has never met a genre she didn’t like. A prolific producer of short stories and novels alike, Natasha currently has over twenty five titles in her back catalogue with further releases always imminent.


Example - About the Book

Title: The Chronicles of Charlie Waterman
Author: Natasha Duncan-Drake
genre: contemporary fantasy
Format: eBook & Paperback

Charlie is an ordinary 18 year old whose whole life is turned upside down when he is attacked by a two inch cat figurine. Magic was not in his plans, but he soon learns reality is not quite as straightforward as he thought.

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