Blog With Me

I am currently accepting guest posts on my blog from fellow domestic geeks! Posts will go in my normal feed, with a heading introducing the guest post, and a footer / biography linking back to your blog. Have something you’d like me to share? See the guidelines below for submitting content!

General Guidelines for Blog Post Submission

I accept anything well written, that is useful for my readers and that fits into the main subject categories listed at the top of the page. It can be related to home and family, health and wellness, food and recipes, geekiness and cosplay and so on.
Guest posts must have at least 400 words or more.
Your post does not need to be original content (it can be published elsewhere on your personal blog), but it must not contain plagiarism from other blogs or sources.
Your blog must contain at least one image 500 pixels wide or larger. Submitted images may be subject to my photoshopping / adding texts.
Make sure to include a short introduction to who you are and what you blog about, and a short biography. And of course, a link to your blog.
If you have a post that meets the guidelines above, you can send it to me via email at Please include the post in the body of the email itself, with any images as attachments.

Happy blogging!

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  • 28 June, 2016 at 5:05 pm

    Phoenix area geeks created inspired web series for new YouTube channel

    By Jeff Goeson June 23, 2016

    Phoenix, AZ – Local Phoenix production company Legacy Studio Group, LLC has created a new web series based on the lives and experiences of it’s members. “Geek Girls” was created by local comic book artist and writer Jolene Houser, who wished she could watch shows that were geared for her and her friends in a manner that she and her friends could relate to. The “Geek Girls” the show launched June 15, 2016 on the YouTube channel Urban Legend TV and Shorts, and will serve as a flagship for other pop culture entertainment on the channel.

    Houser has been a professional comic artist for 10 years, and has attended conventions around the country, and participated in several panels on comics, art, and producing. With her concept of a show about “real” comic fans who embrace their immersion in their fandom, including Cosplay, Fan Fiction, and other interests, and their sometimes awkward interactions with “normal” culture, Houser felt the show would hit home with audiences and fans of the comic book and “geek” culture.

    Partnered with Writer/Director Dana Skvarek II from Legacy Studio Group and long-time Arizona producer Jeff Goeson, Geek Girls began casting in November 2015, and started principal photography February 2016. Houser and Skvarek look to begin writing the second season of Geek Girls in the Fall of 2016, after their comic convention circuit promoting the show has slowed.

    About Legacy Studio Group, LLC

    Legacy Studio Group, LLC (LSG), was found in 2012 by Dana Skvarek II with the intention of creating a production facility in the Phoenix Metro Area for independent production companies. LSG has produced several short films, documentaries and TV pilots, recently launching a new YouTube channel Urban Legend TV and Shorts.

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    To learn more about Geek Girls please contact:

    Jolene Houser


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