I know you’re just dying to add a few more blogs to your blogrolls or your blog reader because you don’t have nearly enough fun stuff to fill your day, so I pulled a few from my own list, added a couple more I found from following links, and here you are:
Jen’s Book Thoughts. Jen Lorain, Ohio. “I’m a reader who never tires of talking books.” Jen has plenty of author photos, bookcovers, and book reviews. Follow her on Twitter @jenforbus
Editorial Ass. By Moonrat, “a recovering editorial assistant. I’m like most of my kind: impoverished coffee-and-gin survivalists, underpaid but ambitious, bitter but hopeful. I like this one a lot, but you’ll have to bop over there and make up your own mind. On Twitter @moonrat
Marketing Tips for Authors. Tony Eldredge, Texas. “the author of the action/adventure book, The Samson Effect, that Clive Cussler calls a “first rate thriller brimming with intrigue and adventure.” The article, 12 Places Authors Should Look to Develop a Strong Web Presence by Ryan Frank, is a good example of the material on this site.
On the Path. Jody Hedlund, “Writer of Inspirational Historical Fiction.” Posts about the things she has learned on the path to publication. Twitter ID @JodyHedlund
Lesa’s Book Critiques. Lesa Holstine, Librarian and Book Reviewer. Lesa just interviewed the well-known Elizabeth Spann Craig (author of Pretty Is As Pretty Dies) and also gave that new mystery release a very nice review. On Twitter as @LesaHolstine
For a short list of blogs like this one: Visit the sites that sound interesting to you. If you like what you see, then leave a comment. Before you leave that site, look at the blogger’s blogroll(s). Jen, for instance, has a great list. So does Moonrat. Pick a blog or two from these lists. Drop in and read a couple of posts. Again, if you like what you see, leave a comment. It’s a great way to make new friends, and a great way to get new visitors to your blog as most will make return visits. And, if they like what they see, they may just come back to visit you again.