Friday, May 27, 2011

Guest Post!

So I have mentioned before how I wanted people to come guest post here and how I'd like to do a guest post for other people.  I had an idea come to my head that seemed like it would go better on Sharideth Smith's blog, A Woman's Guide to Women, than mine, so I sent it to her.  It's a lot like trying to send my stories or poems to a publisher, only she doesn't have to invest money in my post.  So, go over there and see what I had to say about women and kryptonite!  And if you're a person who came to my site through hers, welcome!  Here are some things that either will or will not interest you!

Aside from all that, I'd love to do a guest post for you.  Bein's that I've made some new friends in the blogosphere, I plan on sending out some unsolicited ones like I did for Sharideth.  I'm gunning for you, Jon Malstrom and Matt Cannon.  Possibly Harma Mae, if you'll take a story or two from my thesis, which I haven't really published except to my school.

Who else wants me to write stuff for them?  Who wants their stuff featured here?


    1. I wandered over here via blog-linking from Sharideths blog. This is what I do when I get bored with Facebook, which takes approximately 2.2 seconds.

      I like what I see. I read a lot of blogs and it's not often I come across something worthy of comment from a Louisianian. Being from Baton Rouge, I am very familiar with the places you listed in your tour guide post. They're my stomping grounds (even the Chi Alpha Cafe) and very dear to my heart. :)

      Sidenote: my best friend lives in Pittsburgh and I love the touristy things that town has to offer. Did you get the view from Mt. Washington while you were there?

    2. I got a brief moment to view everything surrounding the hotel I was staying in, as well as the chance to ride a bus from the airport. I walked a few blocks to a market square and another few blocks to a coffee shop, but it was pretty chilly that day!

      How are things at the Cafe? Does Roul still stick his head in during the leadership meetings and shout "Godblessyougotigers"? I spent five great years in LSU Chi Alpha, and the grandchildren of our life groups are in operation now.

      thanks for stopping by!