Saturday, May 14, 2016

Would You Like To Be A Guest?

Do you have something to say?

Would you like to contribute a guest post or blog? Guests are always welcome here. All I ask is that you stay away from politics and/or religion unless either one or both is an integral part of your book. Everything else is pretty much fair game though I do reserve the right to refuse a contribution for any reason.

It does not even have to directly relate to your book. Earl Staggs contributes a monthly column looking at great mysteries through history. Kris Boch and others have contributed various pieces on the writing process while Jeanne of the Bristol Public Library has done reviews as well as pieces on what she likes and does not like in mysteries among other things. This can be a one time gig or you could be a regular contributor. Like your topic, it is pretty much up to you.

Since I can't fund our own lives (hence the donation widget to help pay Sandi's cancer costs over to the left) I am unable to offer you monetary compensation. All I can offer you is the opportunity to be read. In other words--exposure. I am well aware that does not pay the bills from my own personal experience. Writing me and sending me links to folks who have waxed long and eloquent on the subject does nothing to change our reality so resist the urge to send them.

I can offer you the opportunity to be a part of things here and get read now and in the future by a lot of folks for as long as this blog continues on. If that works for you, drop me a note.


Martha Crites said...

Hi Kevin,
I'd be interested in contributing a blog on writing process, maybe something on Do mystery writers keep journals? How many words or what other things might appeal? You can contact me through my website
Martha Crites
Grave Disturbance

Kevin R. Tipple said...

The topic and word count is open.