Friday, 25 April 2014

Guest Posts Are Fun.

Stuart Aken was recently approached to guest on a well known and respected site.
Oh, what do I do? Will I fit in? What should I write? Will it be good enough?
If you're a writer and you're approached by a renowned blogger to do a piece on that site, drop everything and concentrate on the task in hand. Guest blogging is a great way to spread the word about you and your work, a great way to find new readers. Everyone's a winner.
So do your best by reading the host blog; look at the archive, see what's been done before and then find a topic that's new, or that can be given a new slant, and make your post your best possible work.
In this case, Stuart was asked by John Yeoman to post on his excellent site, Writers' Village. Not a new experience for him, but  one he always approaches with a professional attitude. For all that John's site is full of fun, welcoming and popular, it's a very professional set-up.
Wander over there, by clicking this link, and have a look. Maybe even join in the conversation.
Oh, just so you know what you're getting into: murder's involved, and if you're a writer, you're the one who has to do the killing!
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