Anyone interested in writing thought-provoking, enjoyable & useful articles for my magazine?
It is a bimonthly magazine and will feature your articles, editorial, blogs or stories free of charge!
20,000 magazines are distributed every 2 months to residents in the North-West London area (England).
We are looking for interesting & exciting articles surrounding the following topics:
- Food Recipes
- Book Reviews
- Home & Garden
- Self Improvement
This is a great opportunity to place on your CV/Resume, personal achievement, or a chance to be approached by employees for further work.
When is the next magazine being sent out? I could contribute a pet article, perhaps about fancy rats.
Hi there, thank you for your response. The next magazine is being sent out in February, please do send in your article and I would have my editor read through it and see whether it will be suitable for our audience - firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have a website or something else that shows the existence of your magazine? I would feel better before starting on an article this way.
I am a big fan of Gordon Ramsay recipes. He may swear a lot, but every time I try one of his recipes it comes out fabulous. I have done several youtube videos and articles featuring Chef Ramsay recipes.
Should I submit my CV with the article? Is there any word limit? And in case of book reviews, can I write on books I prefer or you will decide the book?
You can submit your CV & articles to email@example.com - the word limit should be between 300-500 words per article. However, for a book review it should be no more than 300 words if possible. We would preferably require reviews on new books pl
Yes I am interested. I write a lot of frugal lifestyle, recipes and gardening. Do we get paid or even a copy of the magazine if our work gets accepted?
by pisean2823117 years ago
my vote goes to myownworld..the topic she chooses ,they way she writes does make me think , understand sensitive issues...
by Nira Perkins5 years ago
What books would you recommend for someone that enjoys reading thought-provoking material?Different philosophies, religions, the meaning of life, historical true stories, and things of that nature.
by Mario.Alberto8 years ago
Anyone enjoy thought provoking poetic justice? check it out!
by Deborah Sexton8 years ago
Wednesday January 20,2010:"The irrationality of a thing is no argument against its existence, rather a condition of it"Friedrich Nietzsche
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