I’m intrigued by the idea of guest bloggers. So often I’ve read a blog and thought to myself, “I’d love to have a go at guest blogging there!” But, dude, you gotta get asked. So no guest blogging for me. But maybe someone might like to guest blog here?
I thought I’d start the guest blogger ball rolling with a search for a guest blogger of my own here at Enlightened Horsemanship Through Touch. Most of you out there in the inter-ether are lurkers. How do I know this? I don’t have a crystal ball, but I do have my handy dandy wordpress stats and by them I know how many are visiting and where you are in this big, wide world. The thoughts, opinions, experience and know-how of horse people all around the world is both valuable and fascinating. If you think you have nothing to say that anyone would be interested in, you’re probably wrong. We wanna know!
So here’s the deal: I’m looking for a guest blogger to write a piece here at Enlightened Horsemanship Though Touch on December 1, 2008. The subject matter: horses. That’s it. No need to write anything about massage, TTouch, mindfulness, or any of the other topics near and dear to my heart. The point of a guest blogger is to get another point of view. Search/Sweepstakes winner receives a prize. Deadline for submissions: November 14, 2008.
How to enter the search?
1. Post about this search in your own blog. Spread the word to friends who don’t blog. You never know where there’s a closet writer just itching to hit the keyboard.
2. Reply here to this post letting me know that you’ve posted.
3. Write a few words telling me why you’d like to guest blog here. If you’ want to let the world and my readers know you think I’m full of manure, that’s a good reason. If you’d like to tell a story, a joke, complain, whatever, now’s the chance to do it on somebody else’s space.
And for the sweepstakes winner, a copy of my favorite book, The Ultimate Horse Behavior and Training Book by Linda Tellington-Jones and Bobbie Lieberman. Autographed by Linda Tellington-Jones.
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