WordMothers now welcomes guest posts on topics of value to women writers. Think of these as online masterclasses. Posts average 1000 words and speak to one aspect of an author’s experience working in the industry.
If you would like to be considered for a guest posting opportunity, please get in touch via my Contact page.
Bartow, Karina — If Books Could Talk: The Benefits of Dialogue
Blunt, Ashley Kalagian — Getting the Most from Writers’ Groups
Czarnecki, Kristin — How Resarch 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?
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