Newsletter Editors

Do you edit a homeschool publication?

I used to do that, and I know how hard it can be to write all the articles every month. If you’d like to use one of my blog posts in your newsletter, I’d be happy to share it, as long as you don’t mind including a by-line and the little bio-blurb below, so that your readers will know how to find me if they’d like to read more articles or subscribe to the free e-zine.

I’d also appreciate receiving a copy of any publication that contains one of these reprints (you can e-mail it to me at jceved at comcast. net).

Here’s the by-line and credit I’d like for you to include with any posts you reprint:

Under the title, please put “by Janice Campbell”

At the end of the article, please add the credit below (it usually looks best in a smaller font size than the rest of the page).

Janice Campbell is the graduated homeschool mom of four sons, and the author of Transcripts Made Easy, Get a Jump Start on College, the Excellence in Literature curriculum for grades 8-12, and other homeschool resources. Be sure to visit her website,, to get a free writing evaluation rubric and sign up for her free e-newsletter.

Thank you for serving your homeschool group as newsletter editor. I know that your work can inspire and encourage many, and I’m grateful if I’ve been able to inspire and encourage you along the way.

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