Can I do a guest post for you?

by Kelly Rockey

I've been reading and enjoying your murder mystery site. I'm just starting out as a freelance writer and was wondering if I could contribute a guest post.

I can write on a specific topic of your choice, or just create an article that matches the theme of your site. Let me know if you're interested and if there's anything I need to do.

If you do like the article I send you and choose to publish it, I just ask for a link back to my site.

My response:

Hi - I'm very happy for anyone to write an article for my site. As long as it's relevant to murder mystery games, and it isn't something that I've already covered elsewhere, I'll add it as a page to my site and include a link to your site.

Depending on what you write, I'll either add it as a tip or an article.

Either way, it's best if you contact me via the form on this page and we can discuss by email.

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Step 1 - Go to Choosing a Game to choose the game that suits your party best.

Step 2 - Review the Tips for Hosts for helpful advice.

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