Join in the fun! GeekyLibrary is always looking for great content and we accept both guest posts and guest reviews. We’ve even designed special framework on our website to give our guest contributors the attention they deserve.
- Guest posts include an avatar image, Twitter, website link and a single sentence biography.
- Posts are featured on the GeekyLibrary blog and shared across our multiple social media platforms
- Pitch us a topic by emailing us at email@example.com and including GUEST POST in the subject line
Here’s an example: Ian Doescher wrote a guest post called “Secrets: The Easter Eggs in the William Shakespeare’s Star Wars Trilogy.”
- Guest reviews include an avatar image, Twitter, website link and a single sentence biography
- Posted reviews are shared across our multiple social media platforms
- Reviews must follow the geekylibrary standard format (including a quote from the book)
- Not all books are a good fit for geekylibrary— email us at info@geekylibrary with GUEST REVIEW in the subject line and we’ll let you know
- Commit to more reviews and become a geekylibrary reviewer
Here’s an example: Alicia Morrissey wrote a guest review of the book Four.
All of our guest posts and reviews are shared across our multiple social media channels.
We are also interested in…
- Author interviews
- Cover reveals
- Blog tours
- Social media engagement
- Material for drawings and giveaways
- Convention invites
- Panel invites
- Speaker invites
- Media inquiries
- First edition of War of the Worlds
- Action Comics #1