WordMothers welcomes guest posts from women writers. Posts should average 1000 words and speak to one aspect of an author’s experience, with a view to offering value to others working in the industry.
If you would like to be considered for a guest posting opportunity, please get in touch via my Contact page.
— Nicole Melanson
Bartow, Karina – If Books Could Talk: The Benefits of Dialogue
Blunt, Ashley Kalagian – Getting the Most from Writers’ Groups
Carrington, Lorena – What Every Writer Needs to Know about Working with an Illustrator
Czarnecki, Kristin – How Research Can Enhance Your Writing
Daines, Amber – How to Make the Most of Podcast Opportunities
Fitzpatrick, Claire – Horror: How Women Writers are Sticking It to the World
Foroutan, Parnaz – Writing in a Time of Uncertainties
Gibson, Jodi – What Does It Take to Be an Indie Author?
Gupta, Shruti Hajirnis – Mahabharatee: A Feminist Perspective on Mahabharata
LaGreca, Gen – Adapting a Novel for Stage
Leal, Suzanne – What’s It Like to Launch a Book during a Pandemic?
Lynch, Eve – 4 Simple Steps to Kindle Direct Publishing Success
Murdoch, Kate – From Private Artist to Public Author: A New Writer’s Guide to Handling Publicity
O’Hagan, Denise – Finding Objectivity in a Personal Editor-Author Relationship
Sappenfield, Heather Mateus – How Flexibility Can Help You Find the Best Publisher for Your Book
Tidball, Debra – How to Develop a Writing Community: A Tale of 2 Launches
Wilkie, Nancy Joie – How a Writers’ Association Led Me to My Hybrid Publisher