Guest Posts Wanted
Every single day I get asked if this site takes guest posts. The answer is YES PLEASE!
This site does have a remit, however. We only carry articles related to books and reading. This is fairly broad and covers stuff like movie and TV adaptation, but also dips into stuff like author quotes and literary gifts, such as stationery and notebooks. We never carry articles about essay writing or college education.
The idea is, if you love books or want people to hear about YOUR book, then this is the site for you. Here’s the 5 ways you can currently get involved on this site.
- BOOK VS. FILM – We particularly LOVE comparisons of books and their movie adaptations
- BOOK LOVE – do you absolutely LOVE a particular book, series or genre? Let us know what it is and why, like these posts did
- HOW I WROTE – are you a published author or produced screenwriter? Then let us know how you wrote your project and give us the inside view of it!
- INFOGRAPHICS – Check out our amazing reading and book graphics – do you have one to share?
- GENERAL GUEST POSTS – We love guest posts about reading, reading-related products, author quotes, genre … you name it!
So You Know …
Most popular. The most popular posts on this site are the ‘Book Versus Film’ case studies. If you are looking to get valuable clickthru to your Amazon pages and sites, these BvF posts can get eyes on them (in some cases, months and even years after they’re published. Pick a classic or controversial book/film to take advantage of this).
In the case studies, writers look at the adapted versions of books in film (or TV, where appropriate) and decide which is the ‘best’ and WHY, based on craft reasons (not just personal opinion). So far we’ve covered everything from literary classics, historical, horror, crime fiction, YA, dystopian, you name it. You can see all of the case studies HERE.
Second most popular guest posts … Infographics about reading or books. All you need to do is create a short intro of approx 250-300 words about the subject covered in the infographic. (Note: You don’t have to have to made the infographics yourself – check out sites like visual.ly – though you do have to credit the maker).
Third most popular … Top 5 – 10 lists of books, all based around a theme. You are permitted to include your own book in the list. Here are some examples:
- Top 5 Ghostly Narrators In Crime Fiction
- Top 10 Authentic YA Reads You Cannot Miss
- Top 5 Brilliant Books Set In Brighton
- Top 10 Twins In Books And Movies
- Top 6 Unlikeable Women In Fiction
Other reading and book-related posts are welcome, however. Articles about managing TBR piles, literary and author quotes, literature quizzes, favourite reading and writing products, weird book-related words etc are also welcome.
Email me today!
Get in contact on Bang2write@gmail.com. Looking forward to hearing from you.
NB. I want to shout about books and help my fellow authors get their messages out. This site gets in excess of 25+ page views yearly, plus I can promise shares in my Bang2write platform too which is even larger. I don’t get paid for this however, which means I am afraid I cannot pay for guest posts. If you are looking for paid dues post opportunities, CLICK HERE.