Guest Posts

Greetings and most sincere felicitous salutations,

There are two kinds of guest posts that I am interested in: ones that I write for your blog, and ones that you write for my blog. Both of these are very advantageous for all parties involved (you, me, your community, and my community).

If you want to write for my blog, please follow these guidelines (if your proposed post does not match or at least consider these preferences on my part, it will probably be rejected, but no harm in trying). The large majority merely need a thorough reading of your own writing on your part. If you don’t, I will have to edit your post, and that makes for more work for me.

  1. Use correct spelling (justifiable exceptions as in the case of jokes are permitted).
  2. Use correct grammar (meaning that it needs to be readable).
  3. Do not try to ‘talk down’ to the community. They like to think.
  4. Read my Important Posts at least to get a good grasp of the feel of my blog, what I value, and what I really don’t like (like salmon loaf… just kidding).
  5. Bring something helpful to the table. Add value to the community. They like to learn, and they like to apply stuff to their lives, so make it applicable to them.
  6. Be clean. Don’t use coarse humor at all. Period.
  7. Write a short, one or two sentence description of who you are, where your site/blog is, what you value, and what your passion (holy ambition) is. This is to give you credit at the end of your article. (I will still introduce you at the top.)
  8. Be funny and nice!

Hope to hear from you soon!

With joy and peace in Christ,

Jay Lauser aka Sir Emeth Mimetes


14 Responses

  1. Hey Jay, it’s Neil of Erk here.

    I was wondering if you would be willing to do a guest post for my blog. Specifically, I would appreciate it if you could, perhaps, reply to, or offer an opinion on, my first post, which is about the topic “A Godly Revolution?”

    Of course, my guidelines are the same as yours, with the exception of important posts, considering that I have only…three posts. Just read what I have so far.

  2. Hmm… this sounds fun. ๐Ÿ™‚ I would be willing to write something for your blog, if you’d like. (Then I will actually get to post something on your blog instead of just jokingly threatening to.:P)

  3. Alright! ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Jay, I don’t know if you currently have time or interested, but I would be honored if you would guest post for my blog ( Let me know if you’re interested :-).

    • I would be honored to do so. I will have to ask for a buffer of a couple weeks or so (from the point where we agree on a topic) to make sure that it is done properly for you, though.

      Drop me an email about it, and I will see what I can do. I like your blog. ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Thanks! There’s certainly no hurry on my end. I’ll send you an email ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Hey Jay, I have a post you might be interested in…

  7. Regarding RU; I think having a well defined faith based addictions abstinence program is good, very good. My questions are; Once someone is truly set free from their addiction, why do they have to keep going to RU meetings? Jesus said he would never leave or forsake his own and he whom the Son sets free is free indeed, so true freedom in Christ will continue in the life wherever the saved, set free person is in this world. Have you ever heard people say that if you don’t keep coming to RU your gonna fall? Thats what the twelve step deals say about their programs.

  8. You could definitely see your enthusiasm in the work you write. The world hopes for even more passionate writers such as you who aren’t afraid to say how they believe. Always go after your heart.

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