Beyond this blog, I am also a published author and freelance writer. Here are some other places you can view my writing, which is all directed at helping military families.
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Military One Click
Military Spouse Magazine
Military One Source
Military By Owner
Military Wife and Mom
Military Families Magazine
I have multiple print articles published in Military Spouse magazine, Military Kids Life, Military Families Magazine, National Guard and Reserve Magazine, and G.I. Jobs.
If you are interested in an article for your website or magazine, I can write about military life, deployments, living overseas, PCSing, and almost anything for children ages 10 and under (since I have four children ages four to ten). To hire me as a freelance writer, please contact me at LizannLightfoot@gmail.com for pricing and details.
I’m available to be a guest on a Podcast. I have been interviewed on several different military-themed podcasts, and they are always fun, informative conversations. I’m happy to be a guest and speak about military life challenges, including deployments, PCS moves, raising children, and military spouse employment.
I do sponsored posts on The Seasoned Spouse blog, on topics or products that are helpful to military families. I also offer Sponsored Facebook Live videos, email blasts, and social media posts on my Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages. Contact me for rates, and I can help you design a campaign that will maximize exposure for your company.
One satisfied customer said, “I can always tell when you do a post about us because we see a huge bump in sales. Your readers seem to really trust your judgement and recommendations. Thank you!”
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My published books and articles:
My first book, Welcome to Rota is a guidebook for Americans stationed at Naval Station Rota, Spain. We lived there for 3 years and fell in love with Spanish culture and food. So I wrote a book about it! It contains 200 pages of useful advice about moving overseas, finding your way around the base and town, where to shop and eat, understanding Spanish culture, how to make Spanish recipes, and a whole section about traveling in Spain. It is a must-have for anyone moving to Rota, and has received all 5-star reviews on Amazon. The book is available in paperback at Amazon.com, and is also available as an EBook.
An interview about my journey to book author can be found on the military blog Humans on the Homefront. I was honored to have my story featured in July 2016.
I discussed the publication process as the first featured #IamaMillie author for MilSpouse Resources.
My guest posts on other military blogs include:
8 Reasons to stay near base for the holidays is on the blog Airman to Mom
Reverse Culture Shock appears on the blog for Military By Owner.
Why I used a doula describes the challenge of giving birth alone during a deployment
When You First Get Orders to PCS Overseas is published on Jen McDonald’s Blog for military spouses.
How Can Military Spouses Support Each Other During Deployment? Find out on MilSpouse Resources Blog.
Realistic Workout goals during deployment is on the blog InDependent
Top 10 Day Trips From Rota, Spain is on the blog Right & Up.
Singing Through the Rain added my letter “Dear Deployment, Let’s be Friends” to her Dear Deployment series.
Reintegration After Deployment is on The Sticky Apron, a Navy spouse blog.
‘Do Deployments Get Easier? Find my answer on Cupcakes and Countdowns.
Milkids Education Consulting published my article about school options at Overseas duty stations in Germany, Japan, and Spain.