If your character was alive right now in the modern, real-life, world…

Network your book!

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…what would their opinion be on the state of affairs of politics, life on other planets, single mothers, men who leave the toilet set up…

You get my drift.

Let’s hear it from fictional characters!



l want an article from the point of view of
a character from your book. Give your character a subject, any subject, and see how
they get on. If you haven’t a book to flog, use a favourite character from a book you’re read–what would Mr Darcy from
Jane Austen’s novel Pride and Prejudice think of modern women? The mind boggles!

Maybe you have a secondary character that wants a voice? Or
your villain wants to view his thoughts? Or maybe your main character
has a strong opinion on something? 

Get your writer hat on and entertain us all through April and May.

Make the posts funny, angry, controversial or sad. 

The floor is yours
to CREATE!

Send me your posts, together with your author media (links, book cover and blurb (one book per one post), purchase links etc) to me  with April/March guest post in the subject heading and get you up on this blog (which shares to Goodreads and FB automatically) asap!

Please make sure articles are edited.


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Letter of complaint to guest bloggers

I don’t ask for much; a follow, a tweet or two. I don’t even
mind if the article has already been published (if copyright is your own) but I
am SO wound up by badly written, poorly edited posts, so much so that if I get one more I’ll pull out my own eyes, and stick them in the shredder!

I’m not perfect, my blog’s not perfect either, and mistakes
will probably be found if you look hard enough, but I do my utmost to keep it
mistake and typo free.

I receive nicely written emails from people requesting
exposure, I give them a topic and leave them to get on with it. Back it comes.
The topic, well, it’s SO off-topic I don’t recognise it anymore! It’s all about
THEM and their BRILLIANT book and the usual sign-off is “Enjoy”.  

Ewwwwk!

This is how they start (topic should be Marketing):

Dear Lewis (who?)
My book is called Vampires and Cowboys. I wrote it when I
was in Middle Grade and my Teachers thought it was Wonderfull, and had it not
been for there support I would never of fiinished it. I finished my education
at Disney University and from their went on to fullfill my dream of being an Doctor. Due to a accidant I had to give up my Career and my Family
reminded me of my book. I published it last weak. Your readers’ will love it.
Enjoy.

Please, edit your post. Write on topic, or if you don’t like
the topic supplied ask for another one (I usually give a selection though). And for frigging sake, blogging works both ways. Link, Tweet, FB and blog the post URL.

Guys, together we are a force, on our own we’re pitiful!