Guest Post Style Guide

Welcome, contributor!

This blog’s mission is sharing all sorts of contents related to language learning, so I accept a very broad range of guest posts. Once your pitch has been accepted, keep the following points in mind while writing the article:

  • Write an author bio and send a picture (above 500×500 px, if possible). My readers like knowing who’s talking to them, and why. Include a link to your website if you want, but keep it under 80 words.
  • Be humorous and personal. If you can, add anecdotes and personal experiences to the article. Keep the style as simple and uncluttered as you can.
  • If you’re writing about a particular language and want to explain through an example, include translations (and in the case of non latin scripts, transliterations too) between brackets. Not everybody is an expert in your language!
  • It doesn’t matter if you took the pictures yourself or downloaded them from Wikipedia commons, but try and keep the article image friendly. If you sent the article within a Word file, please don’t put the pictures inside it: instead, annex them in your mail. (If the picture has credit, please add it in the title of the image file.
  • Mind the quality. I will not post articles that I find to be sub-par, and while I may make slight corrections or edits to the final article, I will not correct your whole article.
  • Count the words. I generally ask that my guest articles are between 1200 and 1500 words, but I will accept up to 1000 words if it is an excellent article.
  • Lastly, I reserve the right to change the original publishing date if needed.  

If you have any questions, don’t doubt to send them to my email address: I’ll try to respond as soon as possible.