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Two Sides to Every Story

Calling All Authors!!

Do you have a historical event/person/arguement in your WIP or new release that can be viewed from two different perspectives? Maybe a battle (Norman Conquest from perspective of Saxons and Normans) or a pretender to the throne (Was he Perkin Warbeck or the Duke of York?). Submit your idea via email to dolleygurl@hotmail.com or via the message form below for a guest post for my Two Sides to Every Story feature! All I ask is that the historical topic you choose be discussed from two different perspectives.  

I am ideally looking for 12 posts, 1 a month, however if there are more submissions that can probably be accommodated.

Upon agreement to the feature we will select a date for the guest post to go live and as part of the post I will share any pertinent links you would like as well as info about your release.  I also share the post across my social media sites.  Most posts average somewhere around 700-800 words (note, I am not a stickler on word count, this is just an average) and you can present your post in any manner that you would like.  I have had letters, a court drama, continuations of scenes from a novel, as well as straightforward presentations.  The world is your oyster!   

For an excellent example of a previous Two Sides guest post, check out this one written for The Maiden's Court by Piers Alexander on William of Orange vs. James II: http://themaidenscourt.blogspot.com/2014/08/two-sides-to-every-story-william-of.html
You can find all the guest pieces that have been featured listed below.

Looking forward to working with you!!


Upcoming Posts in 2018:

I'm looking to fill up remaining slots for 2018! Contact me if you are interested!

Historical Posts:

Church Reformers Supporting Edward vs. Mercians, featuring Earl Aelfhere, Supporting Aethelred - Guest Post by Annie Whitehead  - March 15, 2016

The Thirty Years War: Result of Religious Strife or Excessive Greed - Guest Post by Laura Libricz - April 19, 2016

The Descent of Anne Boleyn and the Ascent of Jane Seymour - Guest Post by Hunter S. Jones - April 26, 2016

The Wicked Lady is Innocent: The Legend of the Wicked Lady, Lady Katherine Fanshawe vs. The Real Life of Lady Katherine Fanshawe - Guest Post by Deborah Swift - May 10, 2016

Crusaders and Infidels: Grigory Potemkin, Ghazi Hassan Pasha, and the Rise of the Russian Empire in the Crimea - Guest Post by Jennifer Laam - May 17, 2016

The Butcher of Cawnpore: Hero or Villain? - Guest Post by Tom Williams - June 14, 2016

The Battle of Bosworth Field, August 22, 1485 - Guest Post by Tony Riches - July 5, 2016

The Clash of Two Civilizations, The Plantation System in Ireland - Guest Post by Nancy Blanton - August 23, 2016

Fully-Fledged Poisoner or Dabbler in Love Poitions? Madame de Montespan, Guilty or Innocent? - Guest Post by Kate Braithwaite - September 27, 2016

Guy Fawkes: Terrorist or Freedom Fighter? - Guest Post by Tony Morgan - November 8, 2016

Port Royal, Jamaica - Wicked City or Island Paradise - Guest Post by Johanna Craven - September 19, 2017

The Women Who "Settled" the West - Guest Post by MK McClintock and Samantha St. Claire - October 3, 2017

After The Gunpowder Plot: Terror or Tolerance in 1617 - Guest Post by Tony Morgan - November 3, 2017.

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