Write for enthralled magazine
We are always looking for contributors and would love to hear what you have to say.
We will be publishing author interviews, and showcasing a book a month. We will also be publishing tips and advice from experienced authors; poems from very clever folk, and some great articles to inspire our readers to be great writers and savvy authors.
We would love to hear from you whether you are a seasoned author or just beginning your writing journey.
We are more than happy to share links to your book, business site, social media accounts and more in the article you write for us. As well, all articles, stories and poems are published on our blog for greater SEO. As well, you will also receive a copy of the magazine your article, poem or thoughts are published in to keep and share.
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Writing for enthralled magazine - the details
We are always interested in anything, and we mean anything, to do with books and writing.
Our deadline is the 21st of each month. For greater SEO, please make sure articles and stories are a minimum of 250 words. Poems can be less, of course, as can really, really short stories 🙂
If you are not sure drop us a line using our contact form. We are a friendly bunch who want you to be presented in the best way possible, so don't be shy and ask. Remember, there is no such thing as a dumb question, unless someone is asking you if you want a piece of chocolate - now, boy is that a dumb question!
If you are interested in writing for enthralled magazine please complete the form below or email enthralledmag-at-gmail-dot-com.
If you are not sure what to write about, but would love to contribute please see below. You never know what ideas these might prompt:
- Should authors accept friend requests from fans or children?
- What do children's writers need to consider that maybe people who write for adults don't?
- Should indie authors and small press publishers spend money on Kirkus reviews, or any other paid for review services?
- What do authors never regret spending money on?
- How to survive bad reviews or rejection letters.
- Save your time and learn from this fail - you choose the topic!
- Writing for an audience vs finding an audience for your writing (pros and cons)
- How to write an engaging Facebook fan page post (or on any platform)
- Benefits of co-writing or collaboration with other authors
- Anthologies - are they worth it?
- How to make a start guest blogging
- Should you review books by other authors on your website?
- A survival guide to living with a writer (this could be written by a pet, for example)
- The highs and lows of ghost writing
- News or updates on copyright
- Images and how to use them for free on your website and not get sued
- What to do with books you no longer need? You could list of charities that accept second hand books, selling on gumtree or ebay or passing them on to friends
- Crafts projects that involve unwanted books
- A little prose can go a long way - write something that will move us
- Poetry - is it good for children to learn? Have you got a poem to share?
- How to recover files or other techy tricks?
- Interviews with librarians, teachers, parents and other people interested in books who are not authors.