Hi All,

I am teaching a class on guest blogging and Holiday Promo. Anyone looking for quality content ready to post for their open days please contact me. I will be doing the class frequently and have quality prepared posts ready to go to bloggers.

No review requests - just trying to make your lives easier. Posts often include giveaways.

You can contact me here or email me at romanceinthebackseat @ gmail.com

Thank you for your time and consideration,

Terry Kate

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Hi Terry, I have two blog sites and can accommodate guest posts for a variety of topics. In fact, I'd *love* to have posts to give me more new posts because I'm in the middle of judging a book contest. The blog, A Penny and Change, is open to many topics since almost everything relates to changes of some type.

My other blog, A Penny's Worth, focuses on the business side of writing and other small business topics. Anything about the craft of writing, cover design for blogs or books, blogging, reviewing, time management, and other topics works. Giveaways are usually fine too.

All I ask is that guest create unique content and not spread the same post around to other sites. The Google focus on unique content is huge, and duplicate content can downgrade a site quickly.

Absolutely,

I can provide some craft posts myself - one on the class. Sounds great!

Terry

Glad to help. Let me know when you'd like to do it and feel free to use my email address (hope the link works on this site, if not let me know) to make it easier to keep up.

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