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Predawn Runner welcomes guest posts that are informative and interesting.  If you are interested in submitting a guest post, please email me and let me know what you’d like to discuss.  The best subjects for guest posts are the “Tripped-Out Runs” (running while traveling) or general advice that fits the theme of making running a part of the already-full life.

Any guest posts approved and used will include a small biography  and picture of the writer with a link back to your own blog or other site of your choice, so this is a great opportunity to put your face and story in front of a new audience.

I reserve the right to edit or reject guest posts if they don’t fit the theme of the blog, but I am interested in your input and in most cases I’m sure we’ll be able to work out a successful post.  Additionally, if you are looking for guest bloggers for your running-related site, I’d love to hear from you.

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  • Greg

    Nils – I’m more than happy to post a writeup on that here, if you provide the content. Alternatively, we could structure it as an interview.

  • Greg

    Nils – I’m more than happy to post a writeup on that here, if you provide the content. Alternatively, we could structure it as an interview.

  • Sandra Wamhoff

    Hello Greg,

    I have read your post on Logans (unarunner) Blog today.
    I liked your answer very much, as well, as the whole text Logan wrote.
    I very appreciate your attitude.

    Thank you for that.
    Best Wishes,
    Sandra

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