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Write for Naija Writers’ Coach

Write for Naija Writers' CoachNaija Writers’ Coach welcomes guest posts. Everyone who is passionate and resourceful about writing and overcoming writing challenges related to blogging, publishing and writing contests, can contribute.

If you follow these guidelines, you’ll have a much brighter chance of getting your post published here.

1. Due to high volume of submitted guest posts, I’m now accepting guest posts from ONLY members of my Pen Money Masterclass or those who have become entitled to receive my book, SBS.

2. It is highly recommended that you should have followed Naija Writers’ Coach for some time and become familiar with my writing style and the type of posts I publish before you contribute. So if you’re not yet subscribed to my newsletter, do so at the bottom of  this page.

3. Submitted pieces should focus on solving a specific challenge of the craft of writing or of being a writer. Submissions outside of this scope would not be considered.

4. All submissions must be original pieces written for Naija Writers’ Coach, never published elsewhere, never to be published elsewhere and with no copyright infringement.

5. Submissions can be based on experience, research from credible sources or a combination of both.

6. Submissions must be thoughtful, inspiring, insanely useful and add value to my readers.

7. Submissions must be free from blunt self promotion. Polite promotion can however be done in the byline below the piece.

8. Submissions must be free from blasphemous, defamatory or hateful expressions and insinuations.

9. Don’t just make sweeping statements or give general advice. Use examples and illustrations wherever possible in order to clarify your points.

10. You must edit and format your submission to the best of your ability. I have an eye for excellence and get irritated by works riddled with grammatical infelicities.

11. Submissions should be between 500 and 700 words. If your write-up justifies a little more or less words, I may still accept it.

12. Submissions should be in MS Word and formatted using Times New Roman, font size 12, double line spacing and justified.

13. When your post is published, I would try my best to notify you. So be prepared to respond to comments in a timely manner.

14. I do not pay for contributions. But in your write-up, you’re allowed to add a byline with a maximum of two links back to your website or social media profile similar to the one below:

Muhammed Abdullahi Tosin is a writer, entrepreneur and difference maker. He helps writers find their voice and confidence without going hungry at www.NaijaWritersCoach.com.

When you’re ready to connect with my loyal readers, inspire them and get helpful feedback, attach your submission to an email and shoot it to me at abdullahi@naijawriterscoach.com.

Thanks again for your interest in writing for me.

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Comments

  1. Mohammed Afrah says:

    Assalamualaykum… I am a regular reader of your posts and I have a great passion for writing… I get inspired by your ideas and advices, and I wish to participate in essay competitions… The greatest problem I’m facing is that of time… I had really wanted to participate in your competition as I had even started writing, but due to my being in exam period, I couldn’t make it… I felt so sad when i discovered that the deadline had already passed… Please I would appreciate if you posted something with regards combining the passion of writing with studies… Shukran and jazakallah khaira…

  2. Phrancah says:

    Hello, it’s really fun to be part of this great movement… plz, I would like to know when the next write up will be posted. thank uuuuu

  3. Hassan Abdulbaqi says:

    Salam alaikum my dear brother.I am a young creative writer and I want to write articles for newspapers and also participate in essay competitions sir.barakallahufihi.

  4. Ayeyemi Taofeek Aswagaawy says:

    Nice to here this. I just read this since the time it has been posted. I always love to share ♍γ̲̣̣̥ writing knowledge and experience. God willing, I shall observe the guest-post soonest and pray it is welcomed. Thanks to ♍γ̲̣̣̥ sincerely. A̶̲̥̅♏ learning anyway……………………..

  5. Michael Bassey Johnson says:

    Please what are the aims and objectives of Write for naija?

  6. Walahi!! 2014 Is indeed a great year. I can only peek at the size of your dreams. Congratulations

  7. nice one fron a nice guy

  8. Hi Tosin,
    I want use this medium to say welldone.You are absolutely a source of inspiration to me, other young folks and the entire world, which I think is the best thing one could have. I stumbled on your website while searching for writing contest in Nigeria. On stumbling on your website, I came across your book ‘Your Right to write’ and this made me to devour it with passion. I must confess your book is a pure wit and it was written because of me ‘LOL’. I felt you were talking about me. The book has really boost my self-esteem in terms of my writing prowess.
    Keep on with the good job. God bless you!

  9. Gabriel Longyon says:

    Please how do i guest post here, I really want to partake here. Thanks

  10. Nwaejike C. Nolly says:

    learn to live,live to learn; for he who has learns how to live has discovered the fountain-head of fruitfulness. Nwaejike C. Nolly – Author FINE ART OF LIVING coming out soon

  11. I want to guest post on naijawriterscoach.com. Should I just go ahead and submit my post to your email box?

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