Send Us Your Success Stories and Friday Speak Out Posts

Friday, March 03, 2017
We want to hear from you!

Success Stories

We need your publication and/or writing success stories. These can be about a book traditionally or self-published, contest wins, blogs started or anniversary dates, short stories published, and more. Anything you see as a success in your writing life in the past 6 months--we want to hear about it, so we can publish it in our next newsletter.

Here are two examples we collected from Facebook and Twitter (which brings me to another point, if you aren't following us on those, you are missing out on opportunities!):
  • Lauretha Ward signed a book contract with Mascot Books for release of a children’s book in 2017. She also released a new book in November 2016 titled, Resting On His Promises: I am Covered From A to Z, published by Life to Legacy.
  • Christine Rodriguez submitted her first story in 30 years to a contest. “It just felt wonderful to be writing again!” she said.
To add yours to the list, please email margo (at) with Success Stories in the subject line OR add your success story to the comments after this blog post. Don't forget any URLs that you want to include.

Friday Speak Out 

Friday Speak Out posts are not paid, but they are the perfect opportunity to collect a publication credit, market yourself in front of a new audience, or introduce yourself to the writing community.

The guidelines are simple and WE ARE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR POSTS!

Would you like to participate in Friday "Speak Out!"? Email your short posts (under 500 words) about women and writing to: marcia[at]wow-womenonwriting[dot]com for consideration. We look forward to hearing from you!

To see some recent examples of what we have published for Friday Speak Out posts, click the links below:

If you have any questions about Friday Speak Out, please contact Marcia at the email address above.

Happy writing! 


Marcia Peterson said...

For the Friday Speak Out posts, please be sure that your submission is about women and *writing*--we've been receiving quite a few that don't include the writing part!

We especially love hearing from our our core audience--personal essays and humorous anecdotes are encouraged as well, as long as they provide something useful to our audience--including a good laugh! ;)

Margo Dill said...

Great points, Marcia! Thanks!

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