I write a monthly column for Britmums Magazine.
Talking ‘how to get more from Twitter’, I was a speaker at Blog On a Manchester based conference for bloggers.
I write on a broad range of topics, you can find me at Tots 100, the UK’s largest community of active parent bloggers writing about Save the Children’s First Day campaign. I write on travel and days out: A guide to eating out in Sheffield. UK Budget break ideas and 30 free things to do with children in Bristol.
Continuing a Bristol theme, why it’s the best city in the UK at Mummy Alarm.
She said that and he said this, a blog with two sides to every story, asked me to write about my top 3 films, they also asked for a male perspective on the same topic. Read it here.
Crumbs the blog for feeding your family asked me to suggest a good place for good food. Find out which family friendly cafe I suggested by visiting Crumbs.
Britmums is the UK’s biggest parent bloggers network. I’m on the Britmums Blog with a guide to blogging conferences.
And now to blow my own trumpet, because I won and I never win anything.
In June 2012 I won the Britmums Brilliance in Blogging Lit award.
Most blogs have writing at their core. But some blogs feature writing that makes it hard to stop reading. Whether a blog reads like a compelling bestseller or gorgeous poetry, this award celebrates the words on the page.
“What I loved about Hello it’s Gemma is the breezy honesty of the blog, it’s personal and engaging but makes the reader feel that she is actually writing about their life, or experiences that are universal and thereby as much about them, rather than simply about herself. I think she uses the medium very well to let the reader wander between posts and different types of media and doesn’t make it too text heavy. And most importantly makes you want to sign up and come back for more.”
If you’d like me to write for you please get in touch.