Now Accepting Guest Writers!

The Book Addict's Guide to MBTI | #MTBIAs many of you are aware, I am a busy college student, which can often make it difficult to fill many of the requests that come through my inbox. I would be glad of any interest in helping to fill some of those requests. Furthermore, I love to hear from my readers! 

If you’re interested in writing a guest post or contributing content to my blog, I will gladly accept contributions from readers of all MBTI types.

Who gets credit?

Credit goes to the initial author of each post. At the header of each post will appear something like the following:

Guest Author: John Smith, ESFP ~(linkback to your blog, if desired)

For readers concerned about content accuracy:

I know some of you are faithful followers of this blog because you love the unbiased content and are interested in the INTJ perspective. Fear not. I still remain the primary author, as well as the editor of all incoming submissions. I assure you that no bias will get through my INTJ-filter.

Furthermore, I’ve written a clear submission guide to make sure that content coming through this blog is original and worth your while.

How will I know which posts come from guest authors?

Any guest post will clearly list the guest authors in the header section. The rest of the posts will be written by me.

What kinds of posts are you looking for?

For more information on this, check the submission guidelines.

What about Ask an INTJ Anything?

I will remain the sole author of all posts relating to the Ask an INTJ Anything! section of The Book Addict’s Guide to MBTI.


3 thoughts on “Now Accepting Guest Writers!

  1. I’m about to watch a show on your list where none of the characters have been typed. I’ve never done this before but I’m willing to give it a go and take notes while I watch. I’ve read your submission guidelines and how you verify accuracy (thank you for that!). Any other tips for anyone trying to type characters for the first time? Are there moments (e.g. stressful ones, or calm ones) in a story where characters would display their cognitive functions more clearly than others, for example?


  2. Sweet! I do enjoy hearing anything from the INFP perspective. You inspire me.

    The submission guide is up on the navigation bar, and it’s fairly straightforward (as far as I’m aware), but if you have any questions, feel free to ask any time (preferably in the comments, rather than the Ask an INTJ Anything box).


  3. I would love to help! Even if I don’t have the most experience or education, I feel very compelled to mention how much I would enjoy helping you! :-) (I’m an INFP)


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