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Blogs I Read

  04:28:00 pm, by Airycat   , 229 words  
Categories: Blogs

Blogs I Read

I have a lot of blogs in my Google Reader. ... At least 200, I'd guess. Obviously I can't read all of them every day. These are the ones I try to keep up with, every day or, at least, once every week. I have a few others in this daily/weekly group, but they are of a more personal nature, so I have not included them here.

NEEDLEWORK

Elizabeth Barton
Existential Neighborhood
Fat Quarter
Leni Wiener
Mr X Stitch
Needle 'n' Thread
Pin Tangle
Plays with Needles
Spirit Cloth
Block Talk with Gerry
muppin.com

WRITERS
(For those writers on Live Journal, I'm using their writing names, rather than their LJ names.)

Valerie Fausone ††Life Is Ridiculous
Jim C. Hines †Jim C. Hines
Joshua Palmatier ††The Creation of Wrath Suvane
Mike Stone †mylefteye
Elizabeth Donald †Reannon's House of Cards
Sara M. Harvey †The Merry Adventures of Saraphina
Marie Brennan Swan Tower
Cheriť Waggie †Wang's Language of Life
Nathan Everett †Writer's Cramp
Patti Tucker †Patti Tucker
Patti Tucker †I swear it's true... (personal - If she lets you in, she's just as fun to read as in her San Antonio column.)
Catherynne M. Valente †Rules for Anchorites
MG EllingtonMG Ellington?s Slice of Life
Kenneth Mark Hoover Inky Horizons
Kenneth Mark Hoover

CRAFT


Graphics Fairy
Jane Davies -Collage Journeys
Ann Wood
Jehanne's Doodles
Journal Fodder Junkies
Little Birdie Secrets
Little Paper Bird

POP CULTURE

Bald Mike
Popfiend aka The Big O...Positive
Culture Geek

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