I seem to read more blogs than books and papers these days – as a publisher, I may be doing myself out of a trade, but the blogosphere is where the fresh talent is. If I follow your blog and you follow mine, but are not listed here – apologies, I’ll be adding to these pages over the coming weeks.
The Type and Byte Review
A journal of letters, art, recreation, entertainment and sports, edited by a baseball nut [sic] who has learned to appreciate soccer.
The journey to becoming a published writer, this is not just a blog about writing, it is about what the writer is thinking and feeling, and how the world works around us.
I’ve been there, Claire
Reflections of a rebel novelist riding down her dreams, Claire us a Native Texan, writer, wife and mother sharing her dialogue on life.
Frankly, my dear
A writer’s guide to the galaxy and beyond… this bloggetter describes herself as ‘opinionated journalist/writer isn’t afraid to tell it like it is’ with scribblings about music, movies, books, food and much more.
Chris is engineers happiness for WordPress, which sounds like the best job, and spends his time running around parks, drinking chai tea and writing a philosophical-sort of blog that may or may not exist.
The Terrifying Blank Page and Other Terrible Tales
This blogger wants to answer one question: can I be a real writer of creative fiction? Can I write a damn book? Well, that’s two but she also writes at lalalabreia.wordpress.com
Bibliophile and a semi-professional pirate keeps his ‘eye out for fun and exciting happenings in the book and publishing worlds’ and blogs news and reviews for bookish people.
Brian Westbye is a corporate warrior and a cultural dilettante who embarked on a path of writing following a mid-life epiphany. World Domination will follow.
A 20 year old writer and lover of life, blogging about the ‘Exploring the possimpible’.
Miss Havershams Ramblings
Dark humorous tales – these fairy tales are not for the faint of heart!
Storytelling straight from the unicorn’s mouth, dAVE inden [sic] writes stories and poems, takes photos, and put his voice into microphones. But in all seriousness, dAVE likes unicorns, imagination, and the internet.
Michael is a poet who writes freeverse but swam through the seas of rhyme and form to get where he is now. He has been published in a number of obscure journals and literary magazines, and is currently working on a book of poems.