Guest Posts – I’m ready for you!

The time has come for me to open my little corner of the blogosphere to my fellow authors and readers – say hello to the Stellar Guest Post!

As my fabulous followers know, this blog started life as an online journal of my journey from novice writer to published author (I’m not there yet!). Along the way, it has grown into an outlet for my creative musings and an invaluable hub for interacting with the many likeminded people living on the interweb.

If you are interested in writing a blog post on any subject to do with the writing craft, please get in touch, I would be more than happy to host you. You don’t have to pass on your wisdom or educate the writerly masses, you can submit humorous ditties about your life as an author, short stories or poems you’ve penned or even excerpts from books. Anything goes, as long as it’s on the subjects of reading or writing.

Leave me a comment below or email me at nicolaauckland@gmail.com

Guidelines:

  • Your post should be written on the subject of writing or reading. The content is your choice.
  • I will not accept any posts that contain offensive material so best to avoid anything with a political, racial or sexist slant. If it causes a sharp intake of breath, I will not publish it.
  • Posts should be a maximum of 1,500 words long. I will consider short stories up to 3,000 words.
  • You should provide a short author bio of 200 words together with a photo of yourself if you want to feature one.

Who wants to be first?

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About Nicola Auckland

Busy wife to one & mum to two. I've caught the creative writing bug, now need to practice, get awesome and write something worth reading. Simples.
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25 Responses to Guest Posts – I’m ready for you!

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  3. indiarodgers says:

    This sounds great! Shall I send something over? 🙂

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  10. Hey, I emailed it to you, could you just check if it reached?

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  11. Do the short stories you repost have to be about writing, or can they about any other subject?

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  12. Patty J says:

    Thanks for a wonderful opportunity, Nicola!

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  13. i would love to Nicola. It may take me a few days, but then do I email it to you?

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    • Hi Lucinda,

      I would love to host your guest post. Take your time as spaces are filling up fast, I am booking into April now. If you email your post to me I will get back to you with the date I will be publishing it.

      Thank you for taking part!

      Nicola x

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  15. A wonderful offer by Nicola Auckland. Hop to. 😀

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  16. Reblogged this on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog and commented:
    In case you missed this great opportunity from Nicola 😃

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  17. Hey, count me in on this. I would love to provide a post on how I manage to find the time to work a full time job, do community work, have family, and still crank out a novel.

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