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!

    • Great! When you publish it, let me know and I’d be happy to feature you on my blog

      • Aw thanks Phil! I’m only on first draft yet… but it’s been a long time coming… started it 17 years ago! And finally now back to It! And the same goes from me to you too!!!

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

    • Absolutely! Generally I don’t like more than 700 words if that’s ok. Write about whatever you want. I’d post it this Tuesday or next, or whenever you get it written.

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

  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.

  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?

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

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

  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.

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

    • I like your writing and your honesty in your writing. I generally prefer my blog to be family friendly. I’m good with your style and your voice but I don’t like to put anything too racy on my blog. If you want to go with some of that awesome, raw, powerful emotion I’m fine with that.

  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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