Writing Multi-Part Articles?

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Writing Multi-Part Articles?

Mwar Mwar
There's an article I'm writing on sex education. There are 2 main points I want to make, and they are both pretty big topics.

Instead of writing on article that kind of skims the surface, I think 2 articles, one devoted to each key point, would be a more productive and better product. They would have the same overarching, but would look at two different ideas.

Is this acceptable?
09/16/2012
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Kindred Kindred
Quote:
Originally posted by Mwar
There's an article I'm writing on sex education. There are 2 main points I want to make, and they are both pretty big topics.

Instead of writing on article that kind of skims the surface, I think 2 articles, one devoted to each key ...
I think it's going to depend on the actual content of each article. Before submitting, I would probably email your articles to Rayne and get her opinion.
09/16/2012
AHubbyof2SexualMinds AHubbyof2SexualMinds
Double check with Rayne but I think that would be good. I'm doing something similar now with some articles. Especially if it allows you to go more in depth on each individual topic then I think it would be a very good idea.
09/17/2012
Rayne Millaray Rayne Millaray
Quote:
Originally posted by Mwar
There's an article I'm writing on sex education. There are 2 main points I want to make, and they are both pretty big topics.

Instead of writing on article that kind of skims the surface, I think 2 articles, one devoted to each key ...
Kindred's right. It depends on the content. Drop me a line at rayne(at)edenfantasys( dot)com with a little more info, and we can discuss it.
09/17/2012
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