Author Guest Post Questions

Author Guest Post Questions
Hello and thank you for taking the time to write a guest post for us! Guest posts are questions with longer answers.  They differ from interview questions becuase they range in word count from 300-800 or even more, depending on how in depth you want to get with your answer.  Rules for guest posts are that you need to meet the requirement of at least 300 words so we have a longer post.  You can choose up to 5 guest post questions to answer per post.
When finished please submit these as files to my email at Jessica@crossroadreviews.com with the subject Guest Posts

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Blog Post Ideas For Writing About Books And Reading
1. Pet Peeves of the Publishing Industry

2. 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Becoming a Published Author

3. 10 Things You Didn’t Know About (author’s name)

4. 10 Things You Didn’t Know About (author’s book)

5. How to Sell Your First Novel

6. How to Meet Deadlines and Remain Sane

7. How to Put Your Best Foot Forward at Conferences

8. Why Book Covers are So Important

9. What is the most unethical practice in the publishing industry?

10. What to Look for in an Agent

11. What to Look for in a Publisher

12. 10 Tips for Finding a Publicist

13. 10 Tips for Becoming a Better Writer
14. Why as a writer do you read.
15. Favorite happy ending from a book
16. Favorite sad ending from a book
17. The first book that made you realize reading means a lot to you
18. Favorite memories from the library
19. Book event you recently attended
20. Quotes from books you recently read
21. Your participation in a book group
22. How you keep focused during long writing sessions
23. Your feelings on the question of e-readers vs. print books
24. Books that you reread again and again
25. How you organize your bookshelf
26. How you keep track of all the books you read
Challenges of the writing life and how you overcome them
27. Challenges of the writing life and how you overcome them
28. The story behind your story
29. A special mentor
30. Your relationship with critique
31. Your relationship with rejection
32. Your writing process
33. How you start the day
34. How you stay inspired and how other writers can do the same
35. Your grammar and usage pet peeves
36. What your desk looks like and why
37. Some favorite items in your office
38. How you feel when other people are talking about your writing
39. The craziest thing you’ve ever done in the name of research
40. Things that inspire you that have nothing to do with printed words
41. A writing conference that you are excited to attend (or that you just attended)
42. Meeting one of your favorite authors
Controverial Topics 
43. Do you think books for children through young adult should cover topics dealing with gender norms and the LGBT community? 
44. What are your thoughts with young adult books and the topic of terrorism? 
45. What are your thoughts with young adult book depicting the death penalty? 
46. Global Warming fact or fiction? Do you think this topic should be covered more in fiction books read today?
47. What are your thoughts with the use of drugs in young adult or even middle grade litature? 
48. Sex in YA!  How far is to far when it comes to this topic in todays young adult titles? What is to much?
49. How do you think the young adult genere has changed over the course of the last 10-20 years? Do you think it has gotten better or worse with the topics it covered then and now? 
50. Do you think that some books should not be published?

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