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By: Chris Nickson - Updated: 23 Aug 2010 | comments*Discuss
 
Tell Us Your Story

Whilst we have a great team of experienced writers sometimes it's hard to beat stories provided by our readers who have experienced first hand the subject about which they are writing

Are you someone who has an interesting and informative story? Do you think our readers would both enjoy and benefit from your experiences? If so then we'd really like to hear from you...

Here's what we are looking for in a story:

  • It should detail something you have been personally involved in, or with, that will be interesting and hopefully educational to our thousands of readers.
  • It should be between 500 and 800 words long.
  • If you have pictures to help illustrate your story it really helps
  • It must not have been published anywhere else (we don't want to get in trouble).
  • It should not offend any company or individual.

What Next?

Please contact Jane Marshall either sending in your story or details of what you'd like to write. Please note that, to prevent spam, the email address below is an image so you'll need to type it in manually.

 Jane Marshall
Features Editor
EatingDisorderExpert
 

We look forward to hearing from you.

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