I’m going on a little trip around other islands of the Caribbean for a month or so in June and July, and had the idea of inviting you to contribute a guest post to this site while I’m away.
Update: My travels are now over, and I’m no longer looking for guest posts.
I’m going on a little trip around other islands of the Caribbean for a month or so in June and July, and am not sure whether I’ll be able to get online very often (or whether I’ll want to get online very often!).
So I had the idea of inviting you to contribute a guest post to this site while I’m away.
What’s in it for you? You get to write for a new audience, and potentially attract new readers for your own blog or website. OK, my site isn’t huge by any means, but I do get several thousand visitors a month, and if you write a good article, you could attract some of them.
What’s in it for me? I get to freshen up the content, give my readers a break from hearing my voice all the time, and give myself a break from writing posts while I’m on vacation.
Any topic is welcome, as long as it’s broadly within this site’s themes of reading and writing. Fellow book bloggers may want to contribute a book review; fellow writers could share some advice, experience or stories. Length is entirely up to you. If you can include pictures, so much the better, but it’s not a requirement.
If you’re interested, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’re confident you’ve got something I’d love to publish, just send me the completed post. If you’d prefer to run your idea by me before you start writing, feel free to do that also. I’d like to receive all the completed posts by 9th June, to give me time to schedule them before I leave.
Look forward to hearing from you! If you know someone else who might be interested, feel free to share this with friends and followers.