18 Places To Publish Your Writing About Divorce

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18 Places To Publish Your Writing About Divorce - Beyond Your Blog

As part of our 18 Places To Publish series, Beyond Your Blog presents 18 places to consider submitting/publishing your essays, stories, and informational posts on a niche topic. This volume covers some places that might be a good fit for your writing on the topic of divorce. If submission guidelines do not mention payment, markets have been identified below as [UNPAID]. Those that do address payment in submission guidelines have been parked [PAID] Since My Divorce – “Since My Divorce is a forum for sharing stories about divorce – the challenges, the obstacles, the hurt, the discoveries, the joys and happiness.” [UNPAID – previously … Read More

18 Places To Publish Your Writing About Autism

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18 Places To Publish Your Writing About Autism - Beyond Your Blog

As part of our 18 Places To Publish series, Beyond Your Blog presents 18 places to consider submitting/publishing your essays, stories, and informational posts on a niche topic. This volume covers some places that might be a good fit for your writing on the topic of autism. If submission guidelines do not mention payment, markets have been identified below as [UNPAID]. Those that do address payment in submission guidelines have been parked [PAID] Autism Daily Newscast – “Autism Daily Newscast is an official Google News site. It is independently owned and operated. We report on current events of interest and importance to those on the … Read More

18 Places To Publish Your Writing About Mental Health Topics

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18 Places To Publish Your Writing About Mental Health Topics - Beyond Your Blog

As part of our 18 Places To Publish series, Beyond Your Blog presents 18 places to consider submitting/publishing your essays, stories, and informational posts on a niche topic. This volume covers some places that might be a good fit for your writing on the topic of mental health. If submission guidelines do not mention payment, markets have been identified below as [UNPAID]. Those that do address payment in submission guidelines have been parked [PAID] Crazy Good Parent – “Have you got something to say, or show, about being a Crazy Good Parent? We’re always looking for contributions from writers and visual artists. Personal … Read More

Did These 9 Writers Get Published On Their Target Publications From A Year Ago?

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Did These 9 Writers Get Published On Their Target Publications From A Year Ago?

In March of 2016 Beyond Your Blog asked 12 bloggers to share the publications they hoped to be published in for the coming year. You can read about their target publication goals here. In this article we are checking back in with nine of them a year later to see if they were successful, or whether they changed direction. Melissa of Mommy Musings was targeting The Huffington Post, New York Times’ Well Family, and Brain, Child in 2016. UPDATE: “Unfortunately, requirements from my primary job forced my blogging to take a back seat this year, and I have only written a handful of articles. … Read More

Oh, The Places I Have Been, At Least Ten Of Them: A List Of Resources For Writers

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Oh, The Places I Have Been, At Least Ten Of Them - A List Of Resources For Writers - Beyond Your Blog Guest Post By Phyllis H. Moore

I learned to type on a Remington typewriter with a manual return. Now I am clicking, tweeting, blogging and pinning my way to words and graphics. The last hold out in the family, I was sure the computer thing would pass, and we would get back to the carbon paper and Wite-Out I had stockpiled for our writing needs. Of course, that didn’t happen. There were fewer cries from me when the words on the screen would disappear. I was sure they were floating in cyber-space, never to be retrieved, but somehow with a few clicks and scrolls, the words … Read More

BYB 063: Washington Post’s Solo-ish Publishes Your Writing About Unmarried Life With Editor, Lisa Bonos

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Washington Post's Solo-ish Publishes Your Writing About Unmarried Life With Editor, Lisa Bonos - Beyond Your Blog Podcast 63

Solo-ish is The Washington Post‘s blog dedicated to unmarried life. Editor Lisa Bonos publishes guest submissions and writes for this blog whose tagline is “Unmarried, but far from alone”. From topics and columns to payment and response time, Lisa and I cover everything contributors need to know in this podcast. Prepare to jot down Lisa’s personal address for your submissions, and don’t miss how you can become part of the Washington Post Talent Network as a writer for Solo-ish! The interview includes How and when Solo-ish started What the topic of unmarried life covers Some posts that potential contributors should read to … Read More

18 Places for Expat Bloggers to Submit their Writing

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18 Places for Expat Bloggers to Submit their Writing - Beyond Your Blog Guest Post By Olga Mecking

A friend once told me that being an expat blogger doesn’t pay. In a way, she’s right but I found that with some creativity and persistence, expats can submit their writing and get published on expat sites, travel sites and even bigger sites and often get paid for it. Here’s how. Mainstream sites Many sites are very interested in reading stories from someone who lives abroad, and expats have a choice: they can either submit something that is absolutely un-related to their expat life: for example my post for Club Mid on Scary Mommy or they can write something that is … Read More

1129+ Places That Pay For Your Writing!

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1129+ Places That Pay For Your Writing! - Beyond Your Blog

One of the most common questions bloggers ask me about submission-based sites is “Do they pay?” While non-paying sites can offer some great benefits, payment is a coveted, and often necessary, element many bloggers are looking for when they submit their work. For this reason, I have been saving up some of my favorite posts I’ve read on this topic to present to you in this yummy round up! 100+ Work From Home Writing Jobs on Real Ways To Earn – Focusing on companies that hire work from home freelance writers on an ‘ongoing or semi-regular basis’, this article includes lots of … Read More

10 More Great Sites For Publishing Your Personal Essays [Part 2]

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10 More Great Sites For Publishing Your Personal Essays [Part 2] - Beyond Your Blog

This is the second in a series of several posts I will be doing about where to publish your personal essays. The first can be found HERE. So many bloggers have personal essays and narratives they’d like to place on great sites. I love reading personal stories, and occasionally try my hand at writing one myself, though they don’t come easy for me. Did you know there is a difference between and essay and a narrative? This presentation takes about 30 seconds to click through and gives a way better explanation than I can. For the purposes of this series, I’m going to lump … Read More

18 Sites Looking For Food Posts (That Are Not Your Typical Recipe Blogs)

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18 Sites Looking For Food Posts That Are Not Your Typical Recipe Sites - We've put together a list of sites that accept food-related submissions, focused on those that you may not have thought about because they are not among the major food sites out there.

Do you write recipe or food-related posts exclusively, frequently, or even once in a while?  We’ve put together a list of sites that accept food-related submissions, focusing on those that you may not have thought about, because they feature other content in addition to food.  These sites have unique audiences and may gain you some great exposure beyond the readers you are already playing to on the food-only sites.  These are also great places to test the waters with some food posts if you are new to writing this type of content. Babble – This site from Disney, is often thought of first and foremost as … Read More