How many of these bloggers do you read?
- Anne Wayman: Anne runs one of my favorite writing sites, which both offers original advice and keeps track of what the other blogs are saying.
- John August: The screenwriter
behind such movies as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Big Fish, Go,
and Charlie’s Angels writes the best screen writing blog around.
- Deborah Ng: Focuses on freelance writing and blogging jobs.
- Angela Booth:
If it’s about freelance writing, and it’s fab, you can bet Angela Booth
is behind it. Plenty of advice for freelancers to digest.
- Jeanne Dininni: Excellent advice for writers and bloggers, especially from a mechanics perspective.
- David J. Montgomery: Writes about crime fiction and mysteries.
- Monica Valentinelli : Includes plenty of tips for freelance writers and game designers.
- Denise Grier:
Denise is one of the most prolific bloggers I have ever seen. She posts
a dozen times a day. Not everything is on topic, but I like that.
- Liz Elayne and Dana: Their site, Poetry Thursday, inspired my weekly poetry links.
- Joanna Young: She provides writing tips and coaching for writers.
- Liz Strauss: Writes about writing and blogging with equal fervor. She is one of the most prolific bloggers around.
- Patsi Krakoff: If you are looking for advice about creating and writing for e-zines, this is the place to go.
- Mark Schaver: Mark blogs about basic and advanced journalism techniques.
- Gideon Starorzewski: The main focus of his blog is fiction writing and publishing.
- Timothy King: Excellent articles about the fiction process.
- Tom Johnson: Writes about technical writing mechanics, business and the general lifestyle of technical workers.
- Meryl K. Evans: Writes about freelance writing and blogging.
- Sophfronia Scott: Writes about books and publishing.
- Audrey Owen: Writes about the craft of editing.
- Andy Humphrey: Andy seems pretty busy for a struggling writer, but at least he has time to blog.
- Shai Coggins: Shai is one of
the owners of B5 Media, employer of many of the webs best writers. This
is her blog about writing and the creative process.
- Michael Stelzner: An excellent niche blog for writers of white papers.
- Darren Rowse: If you want to blog well, Darren’s Problogger site is the first place you need to look to for advice.
- Jeff Jarvis: This former People and Entertainment Weekly editor is leading one of the most forward thinking discussions of new media that you can find.