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6-16-2011 @ 3:11PM
Cheers, Mike. I clicked on your link. I have a WoW blog where I take in-game recipes and make them in real life. I'll be in the next issue of World of Warcraft official magazine. Look for me!thegamersfridge.blogspot.com
6-16-2011 @ 5:46PM
Ok, I chickened out the first couple of times writing this comment. But this time I'm posting it 'for real'!!You see, I write a blog called "Mommy Jenkins," which is a parenting blog. I have recipes on my site to break up the mundane "This is what I learned about being a parent so far" posts that also allow me to sneak in extra WoW references. (A friend from my guild suggested keeping the WoW references out of my posts for a more general appeal, so I have heeded his wisdom thus far.) As I was writing the food pages, I actually thought about making in-game food items into real-life goods and creating a cookbook out of it. I even got as far as making a rough outline and layout for the book. Then, I got discouraged when I found out it's been done by several other people and stopped...... But now I've come across your post here and it's got me really heartened again! If you'd be up for it, I'd love to do a collaboration! I love food and writing about food. I'm trying to get into the publishing/editing industry but apparently editing term papers and entrance letters for friends doesn't make for a great "recent work accomplished" section on the resume. I mostly worked in journalism before, so the foundations for layouts and editing are there!Anyway, here's a shameless plug for my own blog: mommyjenkins.wordpress.comI love what you did with your site, by the way. Also, if you haven't joined them, there's a Blogspot community called WoW Ladies; they were great help when I wrote a research paper some years ago, and a great group of people!
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