If you’ve got knowledge you want to share with other miniature dollhouse enthusiasts, write for me! Anyone is welcome to submit, though not every submission will be published.
Who Should Submit
This blog is devoted to helping newbies learn the ins and outs of building miniature dollhouses and everything that goes along with it. So, if you sew miniature curtains, sculpt miniature food out of clay, or print miniature books and works of art, for example, and want to share your tips, tricks, and techniques, I want to hear from you.
If you work in other areas (trains, fantasy figures), you are still welcome to submit as long as the information you’re providing is useful to miniature dollhouse builders.
Your writing should be clear, concise, and understandable. Your piece should solve a problem or answer a question.
I accept humor, snark, and all things sarcastic, but don’t choose those over clarity. Clear wins every time!
Make sure you are formatting the piece for online reading. Your submission should make use of headers, bullet lists, and all that writing-for-the-web jazz.
All posts must be a minimum of 1500 words. There is no maximum, but if your submission is longer than 2500 words or includes a lot of images, I’ll probably split it into two posts.
If you include images, you must have the rights to them. Any image or images you include should be a part of the piece and help illuminate your writing. If there are no images, that’s fine, as long as the piece makes sense without them.
As a rule, I won’t edit your submission, so please make sure it’s well-written and error-free. That said, I do reserve the right to edit accordingly.
Here’s What You Get
A link back to your site and social media, and an author bio. That’s all I can afford right now!
Send your pitch to hello (at) miniaturenewbies.com. Include “Pitch” in your subject line. Thanks!