Would You Like To Do A Guest Post Here?

As I mentioned a couple weeks ago, I’m in full book writing mode, which decreases my blog writing time a bit. As per your vote a few weeks ago, I’m looking to replace my Tuesday Top Ten lists with Guest Bloggers. I’ve had two great ones, Sick Christine and John Howell.  If you have a book to promote, or just want to promote yourself and your blog just say so in the comments.

Have you ever woke up, got out of bed and dragged a comb across your head,  then checked your blog stats? Yes, I’m sure we all do it. At 6 a.m. this morning I got up and checked for comments and what yesterdays stats were. (I love following my blog views throughout the day). Normally when I wake up there’s a very moderate number of overnight views. Today I woke up to what is usually a good, full days worth of viewing stats. Looking at what was getting so much attention, it turned out to be my Music Monday post this week. It’s a video of a Japanese girl trio who sings heavy metal songs, Babymetal, singing with Judas Priest lead singer Rob Halford. I titled it as The Strangest Thing I’ve Ever Seen on a Music Stage. Apparently #Babymetal is very popular because all my views came from Japan and Twitter. Yes, that’s right, #ThePhilFactor is now trending on Japanese Twitter.  If you haven’t seen the video, here it is. Rob Halford doesn’t even come on stage until the 7:40 mark.

For my new readers I’d like to say:

こんにちはBabymetalファン! Phil Factorへようこそ

34 responses to “Would You Like To Do A Guest Post Here?

  1. I’m with you on the full on book writing at the mo!

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  2. I’d be interested in doing a guest post, Phil. Let me know if you’re interested. 🙂

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  3. Do we have to have a blog to participate?

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  4. They’re hypnotically adorable! And when he does come on stage they’re so chuffed, but he’s also clearly enjoying their energy and digging what they do.

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  5. A am planning to write a post on Anton Rupert’s car museum in Franschhoek, South Africa to promote Silly Willy goes to Cape Town (kids book). Would a post like that interest you?

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  6. I found it so much fun to be on Phil’s blog. The drinks were terrific too.

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  7. Love that you are doing this, Phil! And I sure hope the words are coming easily to you as you write your book!

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  8. To help you out so you can work on your book ;), I would love to write a guest post if you are interested in history/poetry. My new chapbook is Kin Types, based on family history and written in lyric poetry, prose poems, and flash nonfiction.

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  9. I would be interested! 🙂 you can check out my stuff first to see if you like it! mandyhalbot.com

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  10. I’d be interested in doing a guest post on your blog! Let me know if you’re interested. 🙂
    Here’s my blog address: https://thesevioletsarenotdead.wordpress.com/

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