Alaica, Sara; saraalaica.com features work focusing on identity, the immigrant experience and the meaning of home.
Alford, Emma; Stamped – features a poetry chapbook about my late best friend, as a way of sharing her story.
Balkun, Stacey; http://www.staceybalkun.com – author website.
Batterman, Deborah; All the Small Things – Essay-type reflections on what demands my attention on any given day.
Blum, Robin K.; In My Book® – “The greeting card and bookmark in one”. Fifteen literary-oriented styles: for thank-you or holiday cards.
Burkhead, Roy; http://secondandchurch.
Edwards, Joan Y., Never Give Up, https://joanyedwards.
Epstein, Linda; The Blabbermouth – written by Linda Epstein, literary agent at the Jennifer DeChaira Literary Agency, focused on writing and publishing, and sometimes random rants.
Gelfand, Joan; Huffington Post – Joan often blogs about books.
Gelfand, Joan; Joan Gelfand – This blog is more culture-related.
Greenberg, Susannah: http://
Hulstrand, Janet; wingedwords – Writing from the Heart, Reading for the Road
Jenee, Brandi; By Brandi Janai Writer. Creator. Dreamer
Kleinbub, Suzanne; Suzanne’s Travel Blog – Suzanne periodically writes a delightful account of her world travels at home and abroad. Join her and enjoy travel adventures.
Knight, Brenda; Lower Haight Holler – Brenda Knight was part of the team that brought Random Acts of Kindness to the world. In her blog, she shares simple acts of goodness and and how to “Be a Good in the World.”
Leaver, Judy; Literary Mileage – Judy blogs about the accumulated mileage of hills and valleys in travel, literature, poetry, and life in general.
MacKenzie, Lily Iona; Lily Iona MacKenzie’s Writer’s Blog – Lily Iona MacKenzie posts reflective pieces every Monday on a topic related to reading or writing.
Mackey, Mary; The Writer’s Journey – Mary interviews agents, authors and publishers; gives writing advice; discusses digital publishing, social media, the environment, and various other topics.
Mackey, Mary – view Educators page at MaryMackey.com – free resources for writers and teachers including reading lists for Women’s Visionary Fiction, Women’s Visionary Poetry, and Women’s Visionary Film, and how to avoid writer’s block.
Mayo, C.M.; Madam Mayo – The pronouncements of C.M. Mayo on books, creative writing, blogging and lit-blogging, literary translation, Mexico, Washington DC, the world, human potential, soundwork, and pugs.
Mooney, Joan; DC Buddhist Examiner – Joan’s blog covers Buddhism and meditation in the DC area.
Myrick, Ellen; PS We’re Reading – a spot to discover independent and international voices in children’s literature. We also exhibit at teacher and librarian conferences.
Pergament, Lorine Kritzer; Conquering Chaos 101 – “After many excuses for not writing, I hope my musings will help myself and others to stay focused in our writing chairs.”
Reisner, Rosalind; http://areadersplace.net A Reader’s Place – A place to find out about good books to read – literary fiction, narrative nonfiction, and memoirs.
Rosen, Linda; www.lindarosen.blogspot.com Literary Leotard – I weave together fitness and writing.
Stewart, Whitney; http://whitneystewart.com/ Children’s book author and mindfulness instructor. Whitney highlights mindfulness and meditation news for children and young adults.
Strack, Peggy; Kick Back Moments – A place where the art of finding easy, relaxed moments in a hectic world is explored.
Thompson, Charlotte, M.D.; findinggoodmedicalcare.com – A physician’s guide to navigating today’s dysfunctional medical system with an emphasis on getting the best pediatric care.
Walden, Kelly Sullivan; LemmonDrop – Dream Queen, discussing dreams and answering your questions about the secret messages of your dreams.
Wilson, Amy Lyles; AmyLylesWilson.com – In which a middle-aged woman writes and wonders. Workshop leader, Affiliate of Amherst Writers and Artists.