Get published on the Internet! Acephalous Identity is concentrating its publishing efforts on the short blog post market. We are compiling short blog posts into blogs that will combine the efforts of well-known bloggers and famous internet celebrities alongside new upcoming bloggers. Our blogs are arranged to provide the reader the enjoyment and variety of classic short blog posts along with more contemporary ones. If you find pleasure in reading and writing short blog posts you have found the perfect publishing house. Acephalous Identity is committed to quality short blog posts having intellectual merit. We are constantly looking for a variety of short blog posts to be assembled into one of our upcoming blogs and eagerly await to read each submission.
Bloggers submit your short blog posts to us for publication consideration. We are continually searching for short blog posts from new rising stars and established bloggers of short blog posts. Get published with Acephalous Identityand one day your short blog post may be on one of our blogs.
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Meet some of Our Authors:
Sherry Livingston giving a brief reading of her post
"Just the Apple Juice, This Officer Said" at a library.
Ryan Dove reading his post "A Rising Star: The Ryan Dove Story: Part I"
at a different library.
Amanda Perry reading "And When the Children Forget about Laughing
They Will Also Forget How to Sing with Their Hearts" with
her children and inspiration at a local bar and restaurant.
Randy Picard, co-author of "And When the Children Forget about Laughing
They Will Also Forget How to Sing with Their Hearts,"
reading at a different local bar and restaurant.
Jenny Harrison reading "The Outfielder on the Mound
Will Have Been Crying Now For Very Last Time"
at another local bar and restaurant.
Kathy Parker reading "Growing Up Pretty Despite What Happened"
at one of her favorite local bars and restaurants.
Great Writing Tips For Those Who Would Like To Get Published On The Internet
What is a short blog post and more importantly, what makes a good short blog post. Short blog posts tend to be more concise and succinct and to the point than longer blog posts. Because they are so concise with precision, successful short blog posts rely on literary devices like words, sentences, paragraphs and insight to a greater extent than longer blog posts.
Writing a blog post is an easy way to become familiar with the processing of writing blog posts to get published. The short blog post can take on many different forms and one should allow them a measurable degree of creative control regarding format and structure.
Developing an idea for your post is the first step. Choose an idea that excites you and ignites some passion and then define it with these important components.
The words you use in a post are important to conveying the meaning of your idea. Diction is important because you don't want to sound stupid to your reader and at the same time you shouldn't have to explain what the idea of your post is. The reader should be able to learn and recognize the idea through the post.
At first, writing a short blog post from the first person point of view seems simple, you just write as if you were the person who has the idea. However, when getting further involved, there is more to consider. There are only two different kinds of first person narrators: "I" who tells his or her own idea, and "I" who tells the idea of someone else they know. Additionally, there are many other techniques for such styles you can use to write a good short blog post.
Style and Tone
Style and tone is the language or dialogue you use that is right for your post. Always use words to let the reader know what's happening whenever possible. To write well, simpler is usually stronger and less is most often more. Finally, choose the best word, the one that is closest to your meaning and gives the clearest image of that meaning possible. If you can't think of a word, use a thesaurus.
Now that you have some insight into how to write a short blog post, the next step is to start writing your short blog post. The concept of a beginning, middle and an end can be considered but keep in mind that many interesting short blog posts don't take that linear approach. Reading short blog posts is a great way to learn about them and the many different styles in which they can be written. Writing your short blog post should be a creative process that reveals itself to you as you go along. As you grow into the writing process you will know what is right and what works because it will organic to you when it does.
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: Is it easier to get published by being a short blog post author or by being a long blog post author?
Answer: To get published as a short blog post author is easier for the simple reason that there are more avenues available for short blog post authors to get published.
Question: Can I submit multiple short blog posts to get published with Acephalous Identity?
Answer: Yes, however we are only accepting one short blog post per author which doesn't mean that we wouldn't be willing to publish other short blog posts of yours in the future. If you have posts of different genres you would like to submit we would be more than happy to accept those. However, don't submit multiple posts of the same genre.
Question: Do I have to email my post or can I save it to a disk?
Answer: You must send the post via email to get published.
Question: Do I need to send a hard copy of my post?
Answer: No. We publish almost all our blog posts on the computer.
Question: Do I need an agent?
Answer: In most instances agents do not negotiate for the sale of short blog posts.
Question: I'm confused at how the royalties work. How much will I get paid as a blogger?
Answer: Because this is a group blog, each blog will have multiple authors each with their own short blog post. The 10% royalty is then divded amongst the bloggers. This is on the high side of the royalties amongst blogging companies and we feel it is a generous percentage.