WNBA Members’ Blogs
Books & Reading
The Bookwoman Blog by the WNBA features book- and publishing-related content.
Greenberg, Susannah: http://storyandshowideas.blogspot.com is a showcase of story and show ideas related to authors and books. http://bookbuzzbysgpr.blogspot.com is about book trade news from Susannah Greenberg Public Relations. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/bookbuzz is a blog and a podcast all about books and authors where Susannah Greenberg interviews authors and other experts in book publishing.
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.
Reisner, Rosalind: A Reader’s Place — A place to find out about good books to read including literary fiction, narrative nonfiction, and memoirs.
Sreenivasan, Jyotsna: Second Generation Stories: Literature by Children of Immigrants (Lists and reviews of fiction and memoir by children of immigrants).
Weil, NC: Aesthetic Point — NC Weil reviews books and films. “Aesthetic point” is the extra point she & esposo award one another for an amazing play in Scrabble — a fine word in the perfect place.
Ayers, Nicole C.: An Editor’s Teaching Corner for Writers — I love sharing what I know about editing and writing. Each post will contain a writing tip from one element of the Teaching Corner Framework, which consists of Mindset, Content, Mechanics, and Feedback to help you grow as a writer.
Hughes, Holly: Holly’s Narrative Dream — I share personal things and reveal both embarrassing and proud moments. I am a writer, and the journey is long, hard, filled with disappointments, and victories.
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.
Rosen, Linda: Literary Leotard — I weave together fitness and writing.
Wilson, Amy Lyles: AmyLylesWilson.com — In which a middle-aged woman writes and wonders. Workshop leader, Affiliate of Amherst Writers and Artists.
Batterman, Deborah: All the Small Things — Essay-type reflections on what demands my attention on any given day.
Hall, Kay: Ms. Obs Her Vation — It’s a blog about my observations on life with emphasis on animal rights.
Newhall, Barbara Falconer: A Case of the Human Condition — Join me as I discover the humor, and sometimes the meaning, in what life throws my way.
Sweeney, Nita: Bum Glue: The True Secret to Nita’s Writing — Expect posts about writing, running, meditation, food, and dogs.
Thompson, Charlotte, M.D.: Dr. Thompson’s Blog — A physician’s guide to navigating today’s dysfunctional medical system with an emphasis on getting the best medical care.
Thompson, Charlotte, M.D.: RX for Parenting — A blog that helps you parent with love and success.
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.”
Ayers, Nicole C.: The Love Notes Blog — I share essays; love notes to our bodies; wise women to follow; media to watch, listen to, or read; and invitations to join me in learning how to accept, respect, and love our bodies.
Kleinbub, Suzanne: Suzanne’s Travel Blog — Suzanne writes a delightful account of her world travels at home and abroad. Join her and enjoy her travel adventures.
Get Your Blog Listed
To have your blog listed, you must be a WNBA member, own the blog you are submitting, and update the blog regularly. The blog may be a stand-alone blog or part of your website.
If you would like your blog added to the page, please email NC Weil at Promo [at] wnba-books.org. Please include your name, the title of the blog (if it has one), the URL, a primary category (ex. books, writing, travel, lifestyle, photography, personal growth, professional development, cooking, parenting, general interest etc.), and a 1–2 sentence description of the blog. You can include the blog’s focus or purpose, topics you write about, types of content that you write, details about who you are, and so forth.
Note: Members can also add a link to your websites, blogs, portfolios, and social media sites in your member profile in the WNBA Directory.