Guest Posters Wanted

I’m stealing this idea from Matt over at Must Be This Tall to Ride. He has lots of good ideas. And this is one of them.

I’m going to be away from my computer for a week or so next month. Instead of trying to write posts ahead of time while writing them for now (yikes!) or recycling my old stuff (yawn…) or letting the site go dark for several days (scary!!!!), I’m looking for guest posts to feature.

Lots of you are writing some great stuff about topics that relate to my site and from a different perspective than I have (like those of you with kids – tip of the hat to those who tackle parenting).

Please, please, please write something for me!?!

Here are the specifics:

-Posts can be any length, but I would prefer that the content be original (not already published on your blog).

-The topic is up to you; however, I won’t publish something that is simply ex-bashing with no greater purpose (although I commiserate!)

-Please proofread before you send; I’m the world’s worst at picking up (and making!) typos.

-Include any pictures that you want with your post, a short bio and links to your site and any other social media you use.

-For those of you that blog anonymously, that’s no problem. Just craft your bio how you want:)

-email your submission to lessonsfromendofmarriage@gmail.com by July 2 (procrastinators – that’s a hard deadline!!).

-If I like it and think it’s a good fit, I’ll set it to publish on my site with links on all of my social media and I’ll let you know the date that it will go live.

Thanks in advance and I look forward to seeing some great work!

Lisa

Thank you for sharing!

15 thoughts on “Guest Posters Wanted

  1. betrayedin2012 – I am in my early thirties, married with 2 children. And Christmas night of 2012, after 10 years of marriage, I discovered my husband was having an affair, and I just want to talk about it.
    betrayedin2012 says:

    Cool!

  2. Cory Pasqualetto – I'm in my 40's I've had two marriages and have worked various jobs in my lifetime from supermarkets to restaurants to Information Tech. This started out as a continuation of my divorce story but since my last romantic partner passed away suddenly without any warning it has now become more of a place to write out my thoughts and feelings. I have made most of my teenage dreams and fantasies come true and now I need to figure out what else to do.
    StartingOver says:

    Great idea….when you get back you so need to maybe post all the ones that didn’t make your cut. Maybe as a second daily posting or maybe weekly…just label it as such.

      1. Cory Pasqualetto – I'm in my 40's I've had two marriages and have worked various jobs in my lifetime from supermarkets to restaurants to Information Tech. This started out as a continuation of my divorce story but since my last romantic partner passed away suddenly without any warning it has now become more of a place to write out my thoughts and feelings. I have made most of my teenage dreams and fantasies come true and now I need to figure out what else to do.
        StartingOver says:

        I know at least one…LOL!!! but in all seriousness you have 1,419 followers here and God only knows how many people on HP and Twitter that come here to check out your work daily so i might be a lot??

  3. Great idea. I know several sites who host guest bloggers either as a regular feature or simply as you are doing to keep the lights on during a hiatus, it is a wonderful gift.

  4. Nerdy Christian – Michigan – I'm just a man trying to find my place in this world. Walking through emotions and pain trying to become a more Godly man.
    shdwmage says:

    If I were persistent enough to write in my own blog I would write one for you. It has been awhile since I posted last, so I feel like mine needs attention first. -_-

  5. Joy – I'm 42, a divorced, then remarried mom of an 8 year old girl, a 2 year old boy, and a bonus 12 year old son. I'm a writer and a coach, and sometimes, a teacher. People tell me I tend to be brutally honest and ...tell it like it is, so I had hoped to use this outlet to keep me sane while I got used to my new life as a stay-at-home Mom back when I was home with my daughter....it worked. And it's been therapeutic through the end of a marriage and the emergence of me...
    Joy says:

    Brilliant idea. I might just have to take you up on the offer to submit!

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