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Blog links (add your own)

I was going to make a page with links to the blogs that I read, and then I thought … Why not try something different? The idea of this page is for you, readers of this blog, to make a comment with a link to your own blog and a little description of it.

The conditions? There are two: That it’s your blog, and that it has something to do with reading or writing.

So if you have one, please let me and the other readers of this blog know of yours. And if you don’t … Hopefully we will have a long list right under this very soon for you to explore.

14 Comments leave one →
  1. January 18, 2011 9:51 pm

    A fiction writing and reading blog (with an occasional original recipe) by CMStewart:

    http://cmstewartwrite.wordpress.com/

    I usually post writing prompts and exercises, and sometimes post about reading.

    Thank you for the link opportunity. :)

  2. January 19, 2011 4:59 am

    What a nice idea!

    Spirit Lights The Way is about the freedom to live YOUR life. I often include articles on writing, writers, word play and creativity.

    One example: http://nrhatch.wordpress.com/2010/05/18/our-field-of-dreams/

    To find more articles on writing, just click writers, word play, or creativity on the side bar. Or search by key words such as “books” or “writing.”

    Thanks, M!

  3. Alannah Murphy permalink
    April 8, 2011 10:19 am

    Aw this is really sweet of you to do, a creative and nicer way of presenting a blogroll :-)

    Sinister Echoes is the name of mine, I’m a writer working on my first novel and the blog is just an outlet for my musings, whether it be about books, music or films that have inspired me, along with writing tips and several flash stories. You won’t find fluffy bunnies here, but a killer rabbit (he sleeps in the archive section)

    Oh and it’s dark but not scary and there’s always vampires about (but not the crappy sparkly kind)

    http://sinisterechoes.wordpress.com/

  4. May 23, 2011 4:32 pm

    Flash fiction, thoughts about books and movies, general writing related ramblings of an aspiring writer; my mostly writing related blog is at http://metamuse-aiwevanya.blogspot.com/

    And thankyou.

  5. May 29, 2011 4:37 pm

    Very cool idea, indeed!

    I’m at http://asalinguist.wordpress.com and I write about language, literature, and linguistics. I also try to find any excuse to include one of my cats (Zelda and Mrs.Parker) in my posts :)

  6. June 7, 2011 7:10 pm

    That is soo awsome! My blog is:

    http://creativewriterdal.wordpress.com/

    It’s basically about young adults literature (as I am 17) and the issues surrounding it as well as other topics that involve censorship. I try to keep it current! I also have a series of short stories entitled ‘Sir Maxwell Todd of Kinship’s Pride.’ They are about a British black lab in the great state of Minnesota and the trouble he gets into and out of!

  7. July 8, 2011 11:20 am

    I’ve got several, but here are the main ones:

    For The Hole Inside Everyone: A Journey of Acceptance in a Culture of Denial

    http://niamhbrown.wordpress.com/

    This is where I blog about everyday things and the revelations that have come to me over the course of my life.

    http://niamhnews.wordpress.com/

    Is just where I write about what I’m working on and doing on the web, so I can keep an overview all my projects and work in one place.

  8. September 21, 2011 5:34 am

    I’ve been an RPG GM for 15 years, and I’ve been running one particular campaign for 13 years or so. As I got older and more mature, so did the story and its twists. Eventually the ramifications of the main story line acquired a life of their own, and I decided to start writing short stories that would allow my PCs to glimpse at relevant events they couldn’t witness during game sessions. That’s (for the most part) what my blog is all about. Naturally, the casual reader will not be able to see the big picture (I just don’t have enough free time to cover the entire story in detail, which would be the equivalent of writing a novel), but I like to believe (s)he doesn’t have to. If you feel inexplicably attracted to highly nerdy, slightly pretentious but passionately written bits of literature, be my guest:

    http://megafone.blogspot.com

    Cheers!
    Alex.

  9. October 1, 2011 4:48 pm

    Thanks for the opportunity!
    Hi everyone. I am a fantasy and science fiction writer (mainly for older Young Adult public). My blog is:

    http://chrystallathoma.wordpress.com/

    Cheers,
    Chrystalla

  10. Marc Schuster permalink
    November 1, 2011 1:58 am

    Great idea! I run a book review blog that specializes in books from small presses. It’s called Small Press Reviews: http://smallpressreviews.wordpress.com/

  11. November 11, 2011 7:57 am

    I’ve been an RPG GM for 15 years, and I’ve been running one particular campaign for 13 years or so. As I got older and more mature, so did the story and its twists. Eventually the ramifications of the main story line acquired a life of their own, and I decided to start writing short stories that would allow my PCs to glimpse at relevant events they couldn’t witness during game sessions. That’s (for the most part) what my blog is all about. Naturally, the casual reader will not be able to see the big picture (I just don’t have enough free time to cover the entire story in detail, which would be the equivalent of writing a novel), but I like to believe (s)he doesn’t have to. If you feel inexplicably attracted to highly nerdy, slightly pretentious but passionately written bits of literature, be my guest:
    +1

  12. Scriptor Obscura permalink
    December 23, 2011 3:09 pm

    Here is mine, for what its worth:

    http://scriptorwrites.wordpress.com/

    Thank you very much.

  13. October 14, 2014 11:42 pm

    This is my first attempt at fiction or writing a novel. I am writing a serialized Steam Punk/Victorian Sci Fi novel. To shamelessly self promote and occasionally get people who deserve more views what they need, I review other serialized stories. I also write the occasional piece of my writing influences.

    http://syddent.wordpress.com/

    Thanks for your support
    Syd Dent

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