Isn’t Romantic Shorts Just Romantic Guest Blogging?

The short answer is, yes.

The long answer is slightly more detailed, but doesn’t really change the short of it.

Romantic Shorts is looking for 4,500-6,000 word romantic short stories (blog post) to publish (post) on our website (blog). In return, the author receives a feature page (guest bio) and links back to all of his or her own works, websites, blogs, etc. Over time, the mutual help network that we create and build together becomes a sort of GO-TO place to learn about writers, their work, and their news, in addition to, before, or because of some relationship the reader already shares with the writer. In other words, Romantic Shorts is a place where writers can be introduced, read, seen, and loved. Readers who enjoy your stories here at Romantic Shorts, will seek out your own websites, other articles you’ll publish, and books you may have for sale.

I bring this up today, because I found this clip this morning that really explains, in four short minutes, how you can use a site like Romantic Shorts to help build a following for your writing. And in the end, that is the goal of every writer: readers!

And in the end, what you do with that following, is up to you…

Check out the video clip. It’s quite interesting.

Alex.

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2 responses to “Isn’t Romantic Shorts Just Romantic Guest Blogging?

  1. Hi Alex,
    Quite an interesting video clip. What he said is true. Thanks for putting that information out,and I hope you receive many offers for short story blog posts for Romantic Shorts.
    Ciao,
    Patricia

    • Always a pleasure to hear from you, Patricia!
      It was an interesting clip. All this learning… My brain is stretching in ways it didn’t know it could!
      Thank you for commenting,
      Alex.

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