Blog Nosh Magazine! (or) I’m an editor!

Today the lovely Blog Nosh Magazine launches – and while I’m excited about the concept in general, I’m even more excited because I spent a lot of time learning how to become a book editor and now, I’m an editor!

 Here’s what we’re doing:

Blog Nosh Magazine is an online magazine dedicated to promoting the best archived posts from your own personal blogs.

You know those really great posts you wrote before anyone was reading your blog?  The ones you try to pimp out in your sidebar’s “Dear God, Please Read These Before You Judge Me for Writing About My Allergies 4 Days in a Row!” section?  Yeah, those.

If it has fallen off of your front page (“archived”) and you love it, then we will be noshing on it!

Blog Nosh Magazine is different from those blogs who choose weekly or monthly round-ups of great posts in that we republish the full post, not just the headline or title.  We feel this greatly increases your chance of building your audience, as they have an opportunity to sample or “nosh on” your writing before clicking through.

So that’s what Blog Nosh is for bloggers, but what does it mean for you readers, those of you who generally delight in reading this and other blogs, but don’t write one yourself?  Well, it means that editors like me, Megan Jordan, and others, will be hard at work providing you with some of the best content on the web.

I’m an editor for the “Personal” section.  That means I’ll be publishing blog posts about sex, sexuality, relationships, etc.  (So if you’re a blogger, and you’ve got a post on those topics that you love, and you want to submit it to me for possible publication, send me an e-mail.)
So come check us out! The posts will be slowly building over the next several days across all of the channels, and will eventually level out to include a nice range of interesting, high quality content Monday through Friday.

About Karen Rayne

Dr. Karen Rayne has been supporting parents and families since 2007 when she received her PhD in Educational Psychology. A specialist in child wellbeing, Dr. Rayne has spent much of her career supporting parents, teachers, and other adults who care for children and teenagers.

1 Comment

  1. I really just need you editors to write the FAQ page. You explain it so well.

    Proud to have you sexing up our magazine! 😉

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