Reflections of the TZS Teacherhttp://tzstchr.edublogs.org/
Grandmother, student, teacher and wise woman Paula White invites visitors to think along with her as she ponders new and better ways to reach children. An educator of many years, Paula has much insight to share, most from her personal experiences in the classroom and all from the heart.
Loops Yarn Bloghttp://blog.loopsknitting.com/
At Loops, you’re going to find updates from the Tulsa, Oklahoma yarn store, along with tips, finished projects, and gift ideas. We love the giving spirit of this shop and hope you’ll check out the Hats that Smile information to find out how you can knit hats for cancer patients.
Of Books and Bicycleshttp://ofbooksandbikes.wordpress.com/
The author's goal for her blog is to share her love of literature as well as her love for cycling. "I'm a book lover, an English teacher, and an avid cyclist," she writes in her About Me. Her blog focuses heavily on contemporary literary fiction and classic novels, but she delves into other genres like mystery, memoirs as well as non-fiction prose and poetry, too.
After quitting her job to be full time freelance travel writer, Kate has explored the world and used this blog to document her ventures. Check the "Travel Articles" tab to find destination specific articles - there you will find articles on cities throughout Europe, Asia, South and North America.
Shirley Hershey Showalter: I Have a Story. What's Your Story?http://www.shirleyshowalter.com/blog/
Covering everything from memoir trust to the audio book form, this blog is a wealth of information. There are also links to this blogger’s published memoir essays.
Wisdom Has a Voice: Daughters Remember Mothershttp://wisdomhasavoice.com/blog/
With the mission of gathering memories that daughters possess of their mothers, this website hopes to tell a remarkable story. Readers can find out more about the magical nature of words, and connect with fellow writers.
Polish and Publishhttp://lynettebentonwriting.com/category/memoir-writing/
This blog discusses how to embrace tricky books in progress, and why it is important to still think of the real people in memoirs as characters. A few posts also cover the difference between a memoir and a family history.
Take a glimpse into the life of this Poughkeepsie, NY mom. Read about lighthearted topics such as crafts and home-cooked meals, as well as more serious subjects like the loss of a parent.
Susan Johnson's bloghttp://www.abetterwoman.net/wordpress/
Out of Australia, this memoir and fiction writer talks about day to day events, as well as thoughts about the writing process. One captivating post describes how present day flooding in Australia recalled memories of floods from the blogger's childhood.