A Longer Table
Finding a digital place to call your own can be hard for an author. Finding a place where you can actually reach readers is even worse. It’s one of the harsh realities of the current publishing world. There are so many unique and wonderful voices, it’s hard to be heard above the clatter. I’ve been very fortunate. Even when it seemed like my writing career was falling down around my ears, I had others reaching out to give me a hand up.
From being mentioned in Twitter posts to offers to guest at online book release parties and the opportunity to guest post on other authors’ blogs, fellow authors offering me a place on their platforms while I got back on my feet kept me going. I will always be grateful for their generosity, and now it’s time for me to repay the favor.
I’m happy to open up my blog space to authors who want to post about the ups and downs of writing in the Young Adult genre. Tips on getting through the first draft. The best reader interactions they’ve ever had. The moment when they almost pressed delete and called it quits on writing for good. If you have a YA appropriate post (sorry I can’t host the super steamy stuff), please reach out to me.
We can arrange a guest post on my blog, and your post will be included in my monthly newsletter that goes out to my thousands of subscribers.
We are all standing in the crowd, shouting into the chaos, but we don’t have to be alone.