Anita Agers Brooks, Karen Jordan, Kathyrn Graves

Guest Posts: An Invitation To Write for the StoryWriting Studio Blog

Karen Jordan - Anita Brooks - Kathryn Graves

We want to help you tell your story!

The StoryWriting Studio will accept guest posts. So send us your stories!

Right now, we plan to publish at least one guest post per week, probably on Fridays. Below are some guidelines to help you.

CONTENT

Choose from theses three topics:

·       Writer’s Life (Personal experience as a writer)

·       Craft of Writing

·       Publishing Biz

GUIDELINES

·       You may provide up to three byline links: (1) website or blog; (2) your bio (or About page); and your Twitter username

·       Your post should be at least 300 words long and no more than 500 words.

EDITING

·       We will probably edit your post for grammar and mechanics. But if we make major changes (unlikely), we will ask for your approval before posting.

·        We may provide a short intro or conclusion to your post, but our comments will be distinguished clearly from your guest post.

DISCLAIMER 

The StoryWriting Studio is not obligated to publish guests post—we plan to publish only posts that we feel add value to our content.

SUBMISSIONS

If your post meets the above guidelines …

·       Please email it to kj@karenjordan.net for consideration·

·       Please include the post in the body of the e-mail—DO  NOT include it as an attachment.

We look forward to hearing from you!

The StoryWriting Studio

Anita Agers-Brooks

Kathryn Graves

Karen  Jordan

What topics would you like for us to address in the StoryWriting Studio?

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2 thoughts on “Guest Posts: An Invitation To Write for the StoryWriting Studio Blog”

  1. I would love to hear from you gals about freelance writing, where to start and how to find good writing jobs that pay or don’t. Just having something in print gives credibility. I would love the opportunity to do more than just write my own posts. It would help me I think to do more freelance writing and hopefully that would give me book a boost.

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    1. Good questions, Pam! Hopefully, we can answer some of these questions in the venue, as we share our writing journeys. But I’ll also post your comment/questions in our fb group, and we’ll see what responses we get there, too. Thanks for your comment!

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