Guest Bloggers

I love having company! Guest bloggers are the best company!

If you’re interested in being a guest blogger, please contact me. (If the link doesn’t work for you, my email address is susiekline@motherhoot.com) Here’s an informational flyer you can check out!

Some information for you:

  • You choose the topic.
  • I normally run the posts in the order I get them. But if you need a certain date, please let me know. I can usually work with you!
  • I will run the post as I get it from you, free of editting!
  • Please include a short bio at the end of your post. Please mention your blog, published works, and whatever else you want to promote.
  • Please include a picture. Head shots are nice–even sketched ones! Include any other pictures you want to run with the posts. If you want certain captions, please include those also.
  • Your post remains yours. I do ask for something original, but once it’s been posted here, feel free to re-post elsewhere.

I look forward to having you over!

Look who has visited already!

Jeri Westerson: Top Five Writing Tips

C. Hope Clark: Hire The Kids

Queen Mama: Don’t Pet The Sweaty Stuff

Sheila Lowe: Keeping Characters Real

Joanna Campbell Slan: As Long As He Needs Me

Lynn Hudoba: Autism, Bunnies, and Roller Coasters, Oh My: A Charity Smackdown

KD Easley: When They’re Too Old for the Babysitter

Keri Clark: Great Stories Come in Short Packages

Kate George: The Writing Mom

Ragen Chastain: The War on Obesity – Our Kids Deserve Better

Lynda Fitzgerald: The Magical Seashore

Sarah J. Bradley: Well, That’s The LAST Time I Obey A Command From Miley Cyrus

Allison Tait: “Life Envy”

Jason Houck: The GALCS Strategy

Lindsay Baish: Hi, My name is Lindsay & My Boyfriend Doesn’t Tweet

Kylie Brant: My Children Drove Me to Murder J…

Emily Patterson and Kathleen Thomas: Early Childhood Education–Acquiring Sign Language

Keri Roberts: Our Holiday Tradition

Becky J Webb: Can I have your vote?

Pam Brown Margolis: Feed Your Brain

R.M. Gilbert: Book Trailer Unveiled

Stacy Juba: What a Bunch of 8-Year-Olds Taught Me About Writing

Jamie Van Becelaere: Kindle…Not To Kindle…My Decision

Oli Dillon Squire: Action for Our Planet

Shelley James: Life With Eva

Bob Doerr: Can Authors Compete with Television

Thea Atkinson: Alzheimer’s

Marilyn Meredith: Family Matters in the Rocky Bluff Police Department

Marja McGraw

Susan Santangelo: A Blog Interview

Dave Zeltserman: The Whole Sordid Business

Imogene Duckworthy (aka Kaye George): Thoughts on Motherhood

Paula Kiger: It’s Plain To See

Lilian Duval: An Author’s Funny Story About Herself

Christine E. Schulze: Why I Love (and Write) Young Adult Christian Fantasy Novels

5 thoughts on “Guest Bloggers

  1. My children are grown but, with 5 of them, we had quite alot of activity at our house. I would love to do a blog about when they were in 4H, and see if there are mothers out there today who stay up all night bleaching, washin and ironing white shirts ad pants so their children will be ready to to back into the show rign the next morng, birght and early–well, certainly early, with their rabbits,calves, lambs, pigs–. I’ll be gone mos of Aug.–going to CA with couple of my gradkids and then off to Alaska with a couple more–but can have the blog ready and send it ahead if you want it sometime then, or can have itto you in Sept. ust let me know. Kahleen Delaney Author of the Ellen McKenzie mystery series

    • Sorry about the typos. Have a new keyboard and its proving difficult, and I did’t catch them until the text came up bigger. I’ll do a better job of editing next time. Kathleen

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