There's no thrill quite like holding the printed copy of your published work. I've written for online publications before, but always found the print editions more exciting. Until now.
Recently I was approached by a representative of KidsHealth.org, a website devoted to educating kids and parents about health and nutrition in fun ways. Fun ways--like candy experiments.
After a freelance writer for KidsHealth mentioned candy experiments in an article about Halloween candy, I was asked if I would be willing to let KidsHealth.org use some of my candy experiments. Since I had researched and enjoyed KidsHealth previously (they have this great candy-eating pumpkin game), I was definitely interested.
Soon, candy experiments will join the other experiments, games, and activities on KidsHealth.org. Which teaches health and nutrition to 140 million visitors a year.
Now that's exciting.