In 2007, History Repeating was launched by owner Andrew Martin as the companion piece to his Family Tree UK website, covering stories and issues relating to his Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Bedfordshire, Suffolk and Norfolk genealogical links.
In 2013, the blog has opened up to include posts from other people too – perhaps those who are brand-new to the idea of blogging, or are seasoned bloggers.
If you’d like to write an article for this blog, here’s the criteria:
- You’ll write original pieces about genealogy and/or local history
- You’ll write about at least one of either Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Bedfordshire, Suffolk or Norfolk in your blog post.
Essentially that’s it.
Blog articles can be on average about 600 words long, but that’s just a guide. In fact, you could feature a gallery of photos, a video, or audio – it doesn’t have to be just about the words.
As a blogger, you’ll have your post(s) attributed to your name, and we’ll need a head/shoulder photograph and brief bio about yourself – all of which appears at the end of your article so that people can see who you are and feel more ‘connected’ to your writing (which can help entice comments and loyal readers).
Interested? – then drop an email to Andrew at info[at]familytreeuk[dot]co[dot]uk with your idea(s) for your first post.