Guest Blog Application for Austen Authors
Guest blog dates are open to authors who write Jane Austen variations, sequels, and reimaginations in both contemporary and historical time periods.

All blog posts are to be written for a general audience of Jane Austen readers. Guest blog authors may include links and information about a recent book release at the bottom of their post. However, a blog post must have substance to it and the topic of interest for readers unfamiliar with you and your books.

A guest blog post may NOT be a giveaway, a book review, a book release announcement, or cover reveal. If you have a new book coming out, we will include that information at the bottom of the post.

At this time we are not promoting erotica JAFF, but authors with books that are typical mainstream romance level heat from sweet to sultry may apply.

On your guest blog post day, you are expected to:
* engage with readers in the comments section,
* engage on the Austen Authors' Facebook Group page,
* promote your guest post to your readership and newsletter if you have one. :)

Failure to promote your guest blog post may result in a loss of eligibility for future dates.

We are looking for good content about YOUR love of Jane Austen, your experiences with Jane Austen stories or movies or pop culture, or blog pieces on historical interest items of Jane's life or ties to today. If you have ANY questions about whether your blog post is suitable, simply ask.

You may recycle a blog post you have already published before but greater consideration will be given to authors providing unique content. Remember, you can link BACK to your blog, so it's in your interest to write something fresh!

Once we have scheduled you a time slot, you will have 10 days to get to us a featured image to use at least 400 pixels long on one side.

Submissions are subject to the Monthly Summary Team's approval. In questionable cases the Austen Authors administrators will be consulted.

ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE EMAIL Regina Jeffers at jeffersregina@gmail.com
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