Write For Us

Basics

If you are interested in writing a guest post, you’re at the right place. We are currently accepting guest posts. Here are the new rules and areas!

Two types of posts we accept:

  1. Original short stories (700+ words)
  2. Original articles (1000+ words)

Articles should be on one of these topics:

  1. Writing tips
  2. Marketing a book
  3. Book reviews

Guidelines

Posts and submissions with a lot of misspelled words and bad grammar will not be considered.

We are not looking for excerpts that link to your or a third-party sites.

We are not looking for posts that have been previously published.

You are free to publish your posts elsewhere after they have been published here given you link to the original.

We keep the right to republish your posts in the future, thus giving you more visibility and not letting your post disappearing behind new posts.

We strongly encourage you to share your posts via social media for mutual gain.

We’re interested in mutual help in growing our sites, so we allow you to link to your website in the description at the beginning of your post. You can include the hyperlinks to your site in the actual post as long as they are relevant.

Posts that include a hyperlink to an already published post on Writer To Writers will have a better chance of getting published.

You are free to write posts at your own pace, but we retain the right to schedule them at any time in the future.

We usually publish the guest post within a week.

Once you are finished writing the post, you must change its status to “Pending” on the right side of your screen (or in options for phones). Otherwise your post will stay in “Drafts” until its status is changed.

Apply

To applyΒ send an e-mail to: submit@writertowriters.com

Please include the subject you’re interested in when applying and tell us if you would like to contribute regularly or one-time-only.

To be sure you understand the style we’re looking for, read through our blog.

34 thoughts on “Write For Us

  1. Hi! I’d love to contribute an article; it’s already written. I’d be happy to send it to you for review. It’s about how the concept of logic is learned and essentially helps you out of depression. If this isn’t fitting in terms of topic, please let me know what kind of pieces you are looking for.

  2. Hiya, I didn’t receive an invite for the guest post? I checked my email, nor did I get a notification on WordPress. Maybe it’s obliviousness on my part – I’ve never contributed on a different blog before. Can you shed some light or the steps I should be taking?

    1. I’m sending one again, be sure to check spam – you’re bound to have one somewhere (it’s 10:18 in your time zone at the time of sending invite) πŸ™‚

    2. You have a permanent role of a contributor here so if you ever have an idea for a post that might help new authors to start writing or publishing, feel free to write it πŸ™‚

  3. Hi again! I’d also be very interested in contributing an article (I currently have 2 pieces in the works which will be done in 24-48 hours). The focus of the first is unusual ways to kick writer’s block. The second is an article on the importance of branding in marketing (the overall concept is that no matter what product you’re marketing, what you’re really marketing is yourself).
    Let me know what you think? Thanks!

    1. I really like the way you’re thinking and I’d very much like to make you a contributor. I was pleasantly surprised by your choice of topics because that’s exactly what I’m looking for. I’m sending you an invitation to become a contributor. You’ll be able to save your posts as drafts so I can come in, add a photo, tags etc. You’re free to link as much as you wish.

      I’m very much looking forward to reading you posts πŸ˜€

  4. Hello! I’m interested in writing an article about how fledgling writers should keep an open mind to all writing opportunities. I’ve been published in several venues in the past few months, and I only consider one creative writing centered. All works, however, build the ethos of the writer and increase their visibility, so I believe it bears elaborating on.

    1. Hey, thank you very much fir the interest. I’ve sent an invitation to the e-mail address I found on your blog (thefuturewritersofamerica@gmail.com). If I got it wrong please correct me so I can resend it.

      You know the game here, use the post to promote your blog as much as you want as long as the content is good. I look forward to reading it πŸ™‚

    1. Hi, I would prefer it if you were to publish short stories, since I’m a lover of poetry but ‘from a far’, I hardly seem to grasp it, and cannot connect my posts to it in a tangible way.
      I’m sending you an invitation to be a contributor.
      Best,
      Mladen πŸ™‚

    1. Hey, I’d love it if you’d write here. The link isn’t working but I found an interesting post on your blog on marketing. I would very much welcome similar posts so I’m sending you an invitation to become a contributor.

  5. Hi. I’m interested in contributing an article about how a good story is more than just the idea, it’s about knowing the craft of writing too.

    You can contact me on my blog’s about page.

    Thank you for your time.

    1. Hey, thanks for the interest. I’m sending you an invitation to your e-mail address – you’ll have a role of a contributor so I can come in and add photos, tags and categories and publish it. If you need anything be sure to contact me here or at: mladen.reljanovic8@gmail.com

      Best,
      MR

    1. Great, that sounds wonderful! I’d love a regular contributor – but do it at your pace without any pressure. I’m sending a contributor invitation and we’ll do the detail via mail πŸ™‚

    1. Awesome, could you leave your e-mail address so I can send you an invitation to become a contributor? πŸ™‚

    2. Great job, it’s up. Just to let you know, we’re still trying to find best bylines for contributors so I’ll make changes and add a link to your site later πŸ™‚

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