learning, growing, and learning more -- life on the Olympic Peninsula
A blog about myths, the stars and the new mythology: comics.
Celebrating art, culture, and life in Western Canada
An antiquarian almanac from the Massachusetts North Shore
Echoes of Life, Love and Laughter
Beats a real human heart...
Book Humour. A Sideways Perspective on the Bonkers Business of Books
Random, positive and life-affirming musings on various topics and experiences
Scientific Investigations into the Cthulhu Mythos
Two determined authors, bulletproof and dangerous...
The jumbled musings of Tallis Steelyard
Books, publishing & tea
Holding The Planet to Reason, Not Ransom
Notes on Seeing, Reading & Writing, Living & Loving in The North
A site for the Barsetshire Diaries Books and others
Write for the soul.
Writing is learning to see in the dark
Eldritch and Cantankerous
Uncovering the news you never thought existed
YA author supporting other authors
The product of packed bags and fragmented languages
Colours of different thoughts
Exploring the spidery corners of a culture and the weird stuff that tourist brochures ignore.
A Garden Blog Featuring Advice and Inspiration From Writer and Master Gardener, Vita Sackville-West
Affordable editorial services for indie writers
For those who would rather dig a hole than climb a tree
the platform between art and horticulture
Pull up a chair. Let's talk.
Author Tyler Tichelaar's blog on Gothic literature
Retirement is a journey, not a destination...
Here to make other writers feel good about their work
Just another WordPress.com weblog
The Premier Online Source for Independently Published Books
An inspirational and emotional tea blog.
Kevin Brennan Writes About What It's Like
Science, writing, reason and stuff
All is not quiet in the countryside
A Magnificent Fountain of Gurgling Wit, Wisdom, and Intriguing Insights. Some Other Stuff, Too.
Discover British Columbia's beautilful and rugged west coast!
A writer blogs about books, food and life.
A Library of Literary Interestingness
writing is better than not writing, and reading beats it all