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Anecdotes and Articles for Thriving Family

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, August 26, 2009 Under: Christian Print Magazine
Hello,
 
If you are interested in writing an article for Thriving Family, please send us a pitch (the more detailed, the better), the reason why you are qualified to write what you are pitching and a sample of your published work (attach one article that is at least 900 words). If you are interested in writing a humorous anecdote of 150 words or less, all you have to send is the anecdote in the body of an e-mail, along with your contact information.

Topics: I am looking for five different articles and three funny anecdotes.
Article 1) Little ways to thank your spouse;
Article 2) Raising a Deut. 6 child;
3) Giving thanks—how is it a godly attitude (send Scriptures you will use), and what are some ways to instill hearts of gratitude in your children;
4) Holiday hospitality—ways to think of your guests’ needs first, such as you’ll need to borrow a crib for the family with the new baby staying with you and/or Grandma can’t climb stairs so she needs to have a room on the ground level;
5) How humor is used in relationships and its healing power (this article should focus on the relationship of parents who have 0- to 12-year-old children in the home);
Anecdote 1) A winter family outing gone wrong;
2) How a child’s misperception of something pegged an event/item;
3) How your family was shaken out of an after-Christmas blues;
       

Word Count: 900 words for articles; under 150 words for anecdotes

Article type: Articles could be researched and contain practical parenting ideas. Please, no bulleted lists! The anecdotes must be your true-life, parenting experiences

Rights: First nonexclusive rights

Payment: $250 per article on acceptance; $50 per anecdote on acceptance

Date Due: Article pitches and humorous anecdotes will be accepted until those articles are assigned and the anecdotes are contracted, or through September 14, 2009, whichever comes first.

Subject Line of Your E-mail Should Read:
Attn: Sheila Seifert (Ar900An150FNER–250-50–S14)

Acceptance or Rejection: The Thriving Family editors appreciate your article and/or anecdote. If it was not accepted by Oct. 2, 2009, your article/anecdote was not chosen for publication. We hope to work with you on a different article and/or anecdote at a later time.

Submit it: If you received this e-mail from an editor, you may submit an article by replying to this e-mail. If you received this e-mail from a friend or saw it online, please send your query letter (without the above subject line) to
thrivingfamilysubmissions@family.org.

If you are not interested in submitting an article or anecdote, just delete this e-mail.


Sincerely,
The Thriving Family Editors

In : Christian Print Magazine 



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Anecdotes and Articles for Thriving Family

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, August 26, 2009 Under: Christian Print Magazine
Hello,
 
If you are interested in writing an article for Thriving Family, please send us a pitch (the more detailed, the better), the reason why you are qualified to write what you are pitching and a sample of your published work (attach one article that is at least 900 words). If you are interested in writing a humorous anecdote of 150 words or less, all you have to send is the anecdote in the body of an e-mail, along with your contact information.

Topics: I am looking for five different articles and three funny anecdotes.
Article 1) Little ways to thank your spouse;
Article 2) Raising a Deut. 6 child;
3) Giving thanks—how is it a godly attitude (send Scriptures you will use), and what are some ways to instill hearts of gratitude in your children;
4) Holiday hospitality—ways to think of your guests’ needs first, such as you’ll need to borrow a crib for the family with the new baby staying with you and/or Grandma can’t climb stairs so she needs to have a room on the ground level;
5) How humor is used in relationships and its healing power (this article should focus on the relationship of parents who have 0- to 12-year-old children in the home);
Anecdote 1) A winter family outing gone wrong;
2) How a child’s misperception of something pegged an event/item;
3) How your family was shaken out of an after-Christmas blues;
       

Word Count: 900 words for articles; under 150 words for anecdotes

Article type: Articles could be researched and contain practical parenting ideas. Please, no bulleted lists! The anecdotes must be your true-life, parenting experiences

Rights: First nonexclusive rights

Payment: $250 per article on acceptance; $50 per anecdote on acceptance

Date Due: Article pitches and humorous anecdotes will be accepted until those articles are assigned and the anecdotes are contracted, or through September 14, 2009, whichever comes first.

Subject Line of Your E-mail Should Read:
Attn: Sheila Seifert (Ar900An150FNER–250-50–S14)

Acceptance or Rejection: The Thriving Family editors appreciate your article and/or anecdote. If it was not accepted by Oct. 2, 2009, your article/anecdote was not chosen for publication. We hope to work with you on a different article and/or anecdote at a later time.

Submit it: If you received this e-mail from an editor, you may submit an article by replying to this e-mail. If you received this e-mail from a friend or saw it online, please send your query letter (without the above subject line) to
thrivingfamilysubmissions@family.org.

If you are not interested in submitting an article or anecdote, just delete this e-mail.


Sincerely,
The Thriving Family Editors

In : Christian Print Magazine 



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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.

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