Friday, July 10, 2009

Blogs Worth Reading

OK, I'm obviously not going to find time in the near future to detail very much about the different blogs I've been learning from, and what they've taught me. So here's what I have for you now...

Check out my sidebar for the links under 'blogs worth reading'. I used to have listed all the blogs I follow. I decided to now only list the blogs that have given me really good advice, or insight into the secret world of publishing. If I find others that are really helpful for us beginners, I will try to remember to add them.

As my time allows, I will be tweaking this blog to become even more finely focused on my writing experience. I will no longer be posting awards, etc on this site. I am planning to give it a more professional look, but that sounds more like a winter project, doesn't it?

If you know of some really good blogs for beginner writers, please let me know about them.


Susan R. Mills said...

I'm so honored that you find my blog insightful. I love all three of yours, as well. I checked out the others on your list. They are great, too. The thing I love about blogging is that we can all learn from each other.

Ziggy Stardust said...

I like the look.


Bruce Coltin said...

Have you registered your blog on It will give you additional exposure, and on it, there's a discussion group called Writers & Writing. You might find some good suggestions from other writers.

Sharon McPherson said...

Like your tweaking of your blog. It is just looking better and better.

Thanks for displaying me in your side bar, I just hope that new readers eager to learn insightful things about writing and publishing don't check me out on the day I am showcasing my new guinea-pigs. Lol.

Great bit of info from Bruce ... interesting.

SquirrelQueen said...

Looking good!

Leave a Legacy said...

I really like this blog of yours. And it does look very professional and "author" like. If I ever decide to write a book, you are the one I'll be coming to for advice. You'll have done all the research needed. I'm very interested in your process and look forward to reading the book someday.

Susan R. Mills said...

I had to add another comment. My daughter came into the computer room when I was reading your blog. She loves the background! So do I!

Lillian Robinson said...

Dear Lazy & Sharon,
Your blogs do teach me a lot. I am glad to link to them here. I feel they could help others. I don't do false flattery!

Anne, Judy & Nina, you know you will be beside me in the bookstores! My favorite fans!

Bruce, I was not registered there, but I am now. Hopefully I will find time to explore that site soon to see what I can learn from it. Thank you.

Thank you all for your kind comments and support.