Ask me a question about travel, India, writing or blogging

expert advice about India travel, writing, blogging I’m now a PivotPlanet expert advisor on travel, India, writing and blogging

As a professional travel writer, blogger and India traveller, I get emails every day from people who want advice. I love hearing from people and I try to answer all of the emails I get (bit of a backlog just now, so if I haven’t answered yours, please be patient — I’m catching up!). Don’t hesitate to contact me if you have questions, comments or feedback at mariellen [@] breathedreamgo . com.

But if you need more in-depth advice that I can’t answer in an email, or itinerary planning or mentoring, PivotPlanet just might be the solution. I recently applied to become an expert advisor on PivotPlanet, and after submitting an application, and being interviewed, they created my profile on their site. People can contact me through the site to arrange a mentoring session via Skype or even in person. So if you want to be a travel writer or blogger, or if you need in-depth India travel advice, contact me on the PivotPlanet website. Here’s what I cover:

From my PivotPlanet bio:

Travel writing and blogging is a dream profession many people want to pursue. However, it is not an easy way to make a living, and you need to know how to pitch, write, work with editors, build a blog audience and much more. As a published writer and an award-winning blogger, I have a wealth of experience to share.

Here’s a bit of what we can cover in our PivotPlanet session(s):

  • How to follow your dreams of writing or travelling.
  • How to make money as a travel writer and blogger.
  • The ins and outs of the freelance writing business.
  • Ways to improve your writing.
  • How to become a travel blogger and develop your niche.
  • How to travel safely and well in India.

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5 Responses to Ask me a question about travel, India, writing or blogging

  1. Natalie March 7, 2013 at 10:24 am #

    Hi! I was looking at your travels ( and can only dream of going to India) 🙂 right now anyway. On your Facebook page there was a picture of large doors and I just fell in love with it. I would really love to put it up on my wall as an inspiration, is there anyway you would be willing to send a pic to me in its original size so I may print it?

  2. Matt March 28, 2013 at 7:19 pm #

    Hi there!,
    I have a question regarding India if you don’t mind. 🙂 Myself, my wife and another married couple are doing a massive drop of everything and setting off across the world in a little over two months, I was wondering if you knew the best way to enter the country. We’re going to be taking the Tran-Mongolian train to Bejing but would like the safest/cheapest way lol I know there will be visas involved for a Canadian citizen, would you happen to know of their requirments? My own countries site is kind of vague on the matter! How is safety in NEw Delhi? Sorry there’s so many questions, I would just rather have honest answers from someone with the saame passion for travel who has been there and done that 🙂 Feel free to check us out at http://www.Operation421.com and follow along! 🙂

  3. Elena Cleaver April 10, 2015 at 7:50 am #

    Hello. I’m currently travelling India and would love to write a blog. Only thing is, I have a tourist journalist visa which prohibits ‘professional’ work. What would this constitute as? Can I write about my trip after?

    Many thanks

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