Blog Friends

Here's a collection of blogs I try to read regularly. In no particular order:

  • Skeptophilia by Gordon Bonnet
    • He usually posts every day except Sundays, and mostly about skepticism/science/critical thinking. He also posts to Tales of Woah once or twice a month.

  • S.J. Cairns by Sami-Jo Cairns
    •  She posts regularly about a wide variety of topics ranging from her adorable pugs to book reviews to whatever happens to strike her fancy. 
  • The Book Hipster by Stephanie Fuller
    • Posts a couple times a month. Lots of reviews. It's a general geekery site, but it leans towards books.

  • It's the Future, Stupid by Rick Davnall
    • He posts on Monday & Thursday with the general theme: a philosopher's eye on life. Mondays tend to be more focussed on publishing/books/literature while Thursdays are a bit more abstract and/or political.
  • dSavannah Rambles by D. Savannah George
    • A blog about words, life, sad things, happy things, inspiration, reviews. She hasn't posted much lately but is trying to post more often.
  • Chazz WritesAll That ChazzCool People Podcast by Robert Chazz Chute
    • Every other day (or more) blog about the business of writing and publishing; weekly podcast about a variety of news, politics, nonsense and his fiction; also, podcast interviews once a week with cool people including authors, actors, directors, and some day, Fonzi.
  • Supervillain on a Leash by A.J. Aalto
    • She'd like to blog once a week but it's more like once a month at the moment. It's mostly about goofiness, writing, science, sex, or all of the above at once.

  • Sweettea with K.D. by K.D. McCrite
    • She posts on a variety of topics a couple times a month.

  • The Arcana Chronicles by R.B. Wood
    • Home of the Word Count Podcast, a free broadcast by writers for writers. Simply put, a theme for each show is announced via this site, Twitter and Facebook and writers are given a week or two to write AND RECORD their stories based on said theme.

  • Thayer's Grey Matter by Melissa Thayer
    • Stuff in her brain that gets shared every month.

  • Grapes Writes by Grapes
    • Infuriatingly and exasperatingly detailed looks at the every day, with a detective-style effort to understand why people do what they do.

  • The Red Pen of Doom by Jennifer Felton
    • Dedicated to promoting authors via sharing interviews, cover reveals, and other news!.

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