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Buzz, Balls, and Hype

http://mjroseblog.typepad.com/buzz_balls_hype/

M.J. Rose is an internationally known author and is paying it forward by helping out other struggling authors through this directful blog. We love this blog because it gives you all the tools you need to become successful.

BUY ONE GET 2 FREE!
by M.J. Rose over 3 years ago
My Strawberry Soufflé
by M.J. Rose about 4 years ago

National Book Critics' Circle

http://bookcriticscircle.blogspot.com/

The NBCC is one of the country's most prestigious literary groups, and luckily serious readers have this blog to provide the critics' thoughts, highlights, and opinions.


Mark Athitakis' American Fiction Notes

http://americanfiction.wordpress.com/

Mr. Athitakis reserves his commentary primarily to U.S. and American-born authors; his opinion is highly respected throughout the blogosphere.




Beth Fish Reads

http://bfishreads.blogspot.com/

"Reading, thinking, and photographing" are the trio of subjects on the mind of this expert blogger, whose opinion we enjoy to decipher.

Review: In the Kingdom of Ice by Hampton Sides
by Beth F about 3 years ago
Review: California by Edan Lepucki
by Beth F about 3 years ago

Bluestalking

http://bluestalking.typepad.com/

As the "editor at large of her own life," blogger Lisa commands her existence with the assistance of many a great work of literature.



Anna's Book Blog

http://annavivian.blogspot.com/

"Paranormal romance, urban fantasy, and young adult" fiction are all reviewed here, giving a good eat-your-heart-out to Twilight-only diehards.

Book Haul [145]
by noreply@blogger.com (Anna) over 1 year ago
March Book Releases
by noreply@blogger.com (Anna) over 1 year ago


Thought Balloonists

http://www.tcj.com/thepanelists/

"Reviews and critical dialogue about comics," from two knowledgeable commentators on the genre.



FictionBitch

http://fictionbitch.blogspot.com/

We love the name of the blog because Elizabeth Baines is, essentially, a fiction snob. This means she is extremely well read and knowledgeable about fiction. Baines is a published novelist published by a company called Salt. The blog is very personal; she talks about the awful truths of publishing, observations about women writers vs. men writers, the physical act of writing and the psychological problem that comes with it, etc. A must-read blog for any fan of writing.

Young Writer of the Year Award
by noreply@blogger.com (Elizabeth Baines) almost 2 years ago
Young Writer of the Year Award
by noreply@blogger.com (Elizabeth Baines) almost 2 years ago


Comics Comics

http://comicscomicsmag.com/

This was by far one of our favorite blogs; it lends acclaimed coverage and thoughts to comics, elevating the genre to a high level of respect.




Conversations with Writers

http://conversationswithwriters.blogspot.com/

The blog is dedicated to interviewing writers, publishers and literary activists, which is awesome for any aspiring writer who's curious about other writers' techniques, their creative processes, how they handle rejection, etc. The organization of the blog makes it easy and accessible for all readers.


Books I Done Read

http://booksidoneread.blogspot.com/

For those of us who, though well-intentioned, never get around to conquering that stack of paperbacks, this site's about "reading books so you don't have to."

Bleak House readalong: THE GRAND FINALE
by noreply@blogger.com (raych) over 3 years ago
Bleak House readalong
by noreply@blogger.com (raych) over 3 years ago


Waiter Rant

http://waiterrant.net/

Being a waiter is hard work, and from author of "Waiter Rant" and "Keep the Change" Steve Dublanica comes a humorous look into the world of waiting tables and the customers that don't tip.

Nobody Fucks With Us
by guru over 3 years ago
Natalie Marie Dublanica
by guru over 3 years ago

Becoming

http://www.drjoanne.blogspot.com/

A blog about life, death and everything inbetween and just how we go about getting our lives to be more than merely "lived".

Grieving Savagery
by Dr. Joanne Cacciatore over 2 years ago
Complicated Grief "Disorder"? Really?
by Dr. Joanne Cacciatore over 2 years ago

Community Guy

http://www.communityguy.com/

Looking at all things social media, Community Guy helps you to understand the role and power of this new form of communication in our Internet-driven society.


The Ad Master

http://theadmaster.net/

Advertising is everywhere, and for someone looking to promote themselves or their business, advertising is a must. The Ad Master gives tips and tricks on where to advertise and how.


Girl Get Paid

http://girlgetpaid.com/

The title is hardly inspiring, but this blog does contain a legitimate an interesting set of links for anyone looking to get their career from home jump-started.