The guest list…

Taking the blog to the masses.


I’ve set this page up to enable me to publish posts that I have written for other blogs, so that you don’t get short changed on my output, so to speak.
And since my very theme is themelessness, there is no more difference, similarity, or continuity to any of these posts than any that I’ve published on here.
Just whatever happens to be floating through my mind when I decide to write something, basically.

In short, I see no reason why I should spend as much time and effort on posts I write for another blog as I do on posts for mine, only for you, my lovely readers to miss out.
So each time I have a guest post published I shall post a link to this page on my homepage. That way you’ll get a notification to come and check out the latest link, all of which I shall date for ease of location.

And of course you must check out the blogs I have been so honoured to contribute to, as I wouldn’t dream of sending you somewhere I wouldn’t go first, if you get my drift.
And if I think there’s anything in the way of content I think you may want to be aware of on those blogs, be assured that I’ll let you know in advance.
Essentially, just treat them like any other post, with the added bonus of discovering something new into the bargain.

Ok, I think that’s enough of a patronising explanation.
Let us begin…

So far, two other bloggers have asked that I provide them with content, Lanthie at Life Cherries blog, and Matt at Ramblings of a Semi-Mad Man (to which Lanthie also contributes, although I assure you she isn’t a man)

They each have a slightly risqué slant on life, and do contain some slightly NSFW articles which may be a little different to what you’re used to here at Diary of an Internet Nobody. But this is no obstacle to followers of The Blogger with no Theme, and we’re all grown-ups.

Then there’s Ian Cochrane’s Travel n Ravel, the loosely themed travel blog, to which I shall be contributing only the most tenuously linked “travel” posts.

I hope you enjoy my new page, and please don’t hesitate to leave me a comment, on any subject at all, just to let me know you’ve been alerted to it’s existence.

Posts on Ramblings of a Semi-Mad Man

09/08/13 – Semi-mad rant…

10/01/14 – Glazing over…

01/09/13 – Shopological warfare…

12/01/14 – App app hooray…

Posts on Life Cherries

11/08/13 – The last Movie Star…

21/09/13 – Rules of engagement…

12/01/14 – An English West Country Paradise…

Posts on Travel n Ravel.

23/08/15 – The day America came to me.

31/08/15 – In continent weather.

Although not strictly speaking a guest post as such, I’d like also to include this interview that Mother of nine blogger Melanie Jean Juneau did with me for the marvellous and Broohaha online newspaper.

So here I am – The Illusive Blogger (apparently)


6 responses to “The guest list…

  1. Darmon Richter

    August 9, 2013 at 19:38

    And so the empire’s seeds are sown.

    • dalecooper57

      August 9, 2013 at 19:53

      Thanks Darmon
      Let’s hope so. I’ve yet to read your Korean post – will get round to that this weekend – but your Auschwitz post was exceptional. Congratulations.

      Anyone else reading this should also check out the superlative destination for all your Urbex, Dark Tourism, and general global strangeness needs –

  2. Ron

    August 9, 2013 at 23:17

    Great idea setting up a separate page for your guest posts!

    I’m on my way over now to check out your guest post!

    • dalecooper57

      August 9, 2013 at 23:25

      Pop back and tell me what you think…

  3. jerseylil

    August 12, 2013 at 08:23

    Like that you’re “taking the blog to the masses.” 🙂 Like the concept of this page, Dale, and congrats on being asked to guest blog!

    • dalecooper57

      August 12, 2013 at 08:42

      Thanks Lil, I was very flattered to be asked.


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