For the last year I have been writing articles and showcasing some cool products for Creepy Queen Magazine, both online and in print. Yesterday I received a mass email stating that the blog portion of the site would close down - the part of the site I wrote for weekly. I was in the middle of two interviews with really nice people and was really bummed. This came after seeing the Gothic Beauty ad for Creepy Queen magazine that was supposed to showcase my product as well as a few others - well the others were in it, not me though. Also after two months I still do not have my copy of the print issue of #2 that I spent $18 on just to see my print article, yes I filed a PayPal claim.
I was going to quit this month. I talked it over with Matt and he said it was time after feeling so unappreciated. I was going to finish my two articles, have them posted and let the owner know I was disappointed for not being recognized as someone who busted their butt because they wanted to see the magazine grow.
Moving on, I will be blogging more, writing/testing out DIY beauty recipes for a vegan DIY skin care zine I want to put together, ready myself for the upcoming craft shows and much more stuff in the works. I need to get to things I put off for way to long!
To see MissMuffcake grow I am holding yet another fun contest! MissMuffcake came about as a name when my sister and I were discussing muffins that tasted as good as cupcakes and we came up with the term Muffcake! I love cupcakes and I love being vegan so to share my love one random lucky person will win a new copy of Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World by Isa Chandra Moskowitz and Terry Hope Romero! All you have to do is comment with the answer to this question: if you were a cupcake - what kind would you be? Please have your email/contact info on your blogger profile or leave your email* in the comment as well so I can contact you! This contest is open to everyone and will close on September 12, 2010! Good Luck!
*If you do not want to leave your email in the comments please email me at the email provided on my profile page with the name you commented with so I can keep track!
mmm.... I would be tiramisu.ReplyDelete
Fun contest! I would be Mayan Chocolate Cupcake with a decandent Ganache Frosting. YUM! noellsky (at) gmail (dot)comReplyDelete
Chocolate chip cupcake. They're so good they don't need frosting, but chocolate if any. :)ReplyDelete
Mmmm, I would be a pineapple cupcake with coconut cream cheese frosting.ReplyDelete
I would be chocolate. Yum.ReplyDelete
I would be a red-velvet cupcake... there is something deep and meaningful hiding in such treats, I just know it!ReplyDelete
Red velvet, definitely!! firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
I would be an agave sweetened zuchini cupcake with a delicious vegan chocolate buttercream. Deliciously sweet and there to help with your chocolate fix, but keeping you healthy with the vegetable and low sugar components. ^_^ReplyDelete
Andrew "VegMuffinMan" Morrison
I would be a Key Lime cupcake, because it's all-Floridian, just like me!ReplyDelete
iammightee at gmail dot com
I'd be made of Fair Trade cocoa and mint! Minty frosting, not too sweet and chilled for 15 min, mmmm cool chocolate mint goodness ^_^ tdietrich79(at)gmail(dot)comReplyDelete
Hm.... I'd be a Dulce No-Leche cupcake!ReplyDelete
I would be chocolate peanut butter! juliafolland @ hotmail dot comReplyDelete
Raspberry tiramisu. Mmmm....
If I were a cupcake I would be a Newman-O chocolate cupcake filled with chocolate mousse with chocolate sprinkles on top. Yep, fervent chocaholic right here!ReplyDelete
I would be a red velvet cupcakes!ReplyDelete