One of the best things about summer time, is the bounty of fresh food that is just a short drive from where you live. If you live near a community garden, farmers market, or even a local farm, you have access to some amazing produce.
Hi, Arthur here. If you’d like to write for me, take a look at the guidelines below and throw me an email at:
Guest Post Submission Guidelines
- Your article should be between 800 and 2,500 words in length. Write until you’ve covered the topic completely, and when it’s done, it’s done. Don’t fluff for extra word count in the hopes that you’ll be more likely to get accepted. Just aim to provide value instead.
- The content of your article must be original and completely plagiarism free. Yes, that means it must not be posted or reposted anywhere else.
- Your article should be submitted in plain text, markdown or Microsoft Word. Please do your best to keep it free from spelling and grammatical errors and you should keep your paragraphs down to 1-3 sentences each for readability on mobile. Just check any posts on our site, or adopt the writing style of Copyblogger’s blog. That’s what you’re aiming for.
- We charge for a sponsored guest posts. For price info, contact us using the email above.
The Writing Style
- The writing should be done in first person. Talking from a first person point of view means it’s pretty much impossible to go into boring essay mode. Check out this post I wrote for an example.
- The writing tone should be personable and conversational. Here’s a really good article on tone of voice in copywriting, but above all, aim for personable. People love to connect with people, and a personable tone of voice (in this kind of writing anyway) is the only way to really connect with the reader.
We are currently open to guest posts related to any of the following topics at the very least:
- Cooking. Everything to do with preparing ridiculously tasty meals, serving guests and so on.
- Kitchen. The magical place where the cooking happens.
- Food and outdoors.
- Campfire cooking. Cooking in the wild. Even about cooking freshly caught fish like TV chefs always do and so on.
- Food culture.
- Trends in popular food.
- Anything else related. You get the idea.
We reserve the right to not to publish articles that we deem unsuitable. My Busy Meal owns the rights to all articles posted on its (My Busy Meal’s) website. We also reserve the right to edit the articles in any way we like.
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