If you haven’t checked out the Guest Posts page yet, you are missing out. I finally got around to finding a home for my other writing. In the next few weeks, this page will be growing quickly. As I put it together, I realized that I haven’t done a great job of curating my own work.
When I choose to do a guest post, I choose carefully. I want my writing to be at home with other work on the page. You will see that I have work in a variety of places, everything from a local genealogy newsletter to a website highlighting legends and paranormal activity in Michigan. It is important to find the right home for your work.
One of my favorites is Adela’s Once a Little Girl. So far, I’ve only written one piece for her blog, but I will eventually write others. Her blog focuses on childhood from the point of view of a little girl. When I originally submitted my piece on Christmas and Santa, she had to change it slightly because she has young readers. I love her work.
Other work for the Macbeth Academy blog, the Macbeth Post, is already scheduled, as are other pieces for Spartans Helping Spartans. If you haven’t checked out either site yet, do so. There is plenty of great information on both.
Macbeth Academy continues to inspire me. It is a largely online academy dedicated to student writing. Until I connected with Director Kayla Solinsky, I did not realize such online academies exist. Soon I may share my own thoughts and ideas relating to Macbeth Academy itself here. I will eventually do an informational interview with Kayla.
I love where I am going at the moment. I’ve come across so many great resources and opportunities for writers lately that I can’t wait to share them with everyone. If you can dream it, there is a place for it whether online or in print.