I am writing an ebook on Thailand, it will be an underground/cool/hip travel guide to Bangkok, Thai Beaches, Chiang Mai, and culture. The writing style must be witty and just plain entertaining...I am looking for contributing writers/authors (you will be published--online anyway)
[url removed, login to view] must currently live in Thailand, with your first language preferably english but not necessity.
You must have visited the places you talk about, if you have pictures, great!
You shoud be very familiar with the nightlife in bangkok--if not then must tell me your other areas of specialties.
You must have an a deep interest and love of thai culture and all of its intricacies.
Basically, the book is for someone about to go vacation or live in thailand. If they had you to visit when there, write what you would tell them...
I can give more details later, but for now look at these sites--they are similar to what i want to do. [url removed, login to view] [url removed, login to view]
I can pay well--either in profit sharing or cash, but your writing must match your price. Im looking for this kind of insight: I have lived there for almost three years and have learned that thai's love the music band The Eagles, that pizza company is better than pizza hut, that J avenue is a great place to eat and people watch, that hua hin is where the king lives, etc
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