Tag: Blogs

Kindle April 12, 2018

Courtesy of Chuck Wendig Terrible Minds: Catherynne M. Valente: Five Things I Learned Writing Space Opera

Kindle April 11, 2018

Coleen Collins: Private Investigators And Crime Scene Investigations, Part II
 
 
 
 

Book Browse Blog: Five Female-Focused Historical Novels for Book Clubs
 
 
 
 

By Douglas Lord: A Dude Says Goodbye | Books for Dudes

 
 
 
 
By Sandy Wright: Left Coast Crime Fangirl Authors & thier books

Hugh’s Views and News: Help Me Raise £250 For The Dogs Trust By Leaving Me A Link To Your Blog

Hugh’s Views and News:
Author & Blogger Hugh W. Roberts announces his Christmas Charity appeal for 2017 which, this year, is for The Dogs Trust, an animal welfare charity in the UK.

Help Me Raise £250 For The Dogs Trust By Leaving Me A Link To Your Blog

swissmiss November 13, 2017

swissmiss is a design blog and studio run by Tina Roth Eisenberg, a ‘swiss designer gone NYC’.

swissmiss

Extraordinary Routines

Extraordinary Routines is an interview project dedicated to discovering the daily routines of artists, writers, designers, creatives, entrepreneurs and innovators.

Extraordinary Routines

Behind The Scenes :: The Unmistakable Effect Website, Shop + Mailing List — The Unmistakable Effect

Behind The Scenes :: The Unmistakable Effect Website, Shop + Mailing List — The Unmistakable Effect

Blog Profiles: Baking Blogs | Beyond Bylines

Blog Profiles: Baking Blogs | Beyond Bylines

Soap Deli News: DIY Agate Slice Soaps That Anyone Can Make!

DIY Agate Slice Soaps That Anyone Can Make!
Soapmaking Archives – Soap Deli News

Blog Profiles: Creepypasta Blogs

This is the mother of all Creepypasta sites. In high school, I would stay up until 3 am reading the best of on this site, and then feel like total garbage the next day because I was a) feeling like I was haunted, and b) totally and utterly exhausted. The plus side of this site is that it has a rating system and index, giving you the option to avoid anything that may be less than tolerable.

Source: Blog Profiles: Creepypasta Blogs | Beyond Bylines

Getting to Cleveland: Seth Godin on Gratitude, by Katie Steedly

When it comes to life, the critical thing is whether you take things for granted or whether you take them with gratitude.
G.K.Chesterton

According to writer Seth Godin, there are two ways to live in the world: with a “have to” attitude or a “get to” attitude. The latter mindset opens up the world and all the possibility of goodness therein and the former shuts down the heart and closes the door on the world. So the question is, how do we want to live? Too often, we have taken the gifts around us for granted and end up feeling entitled. We can begin to find gratitude by looking at our lives with open eyes and take steps toward being grateful, even in the hard times. We may not always know where this will take this, but -as Seth Godin saysno one gets “to Cleveland by knowing every turn from here to Cleveland. You start driving and get directions as you go.” This is the essence of living a life of gratitude.

Getting to Cleveland: Seth Godin on Gratitude, by Katie Steedly