A Humble List of Writing and Book Blogs (in no particular order)
Mystery Writing is Murder: Author Elizabeth Span Craig describes herself on her writing blog as, “A laptop wielding, mystery-writing, mom who metes out murder on the keyboard. She has a great blog list for writers and readers and her articles are entertaining and well written.
Brainpan Leakage: Drippings from warped mind of paranormal thriller author M.R. Sellars: A witty, conversational writing style that makes for an entertaining read. He also has a good blog list to choose from.
Mike Kimball Writes Your Life Story (on a postcard): A creative, entertaining writer with a world of experience who takes letter writing to another level.
Pulp fiction author William Meikle discusses his work, writing tips, and books.
She Never Slept.Com: Science fiction and horror genre reviews galore.All Things Considered: “A blog by Gina Collia-Suzuki: Art historian, history nut, writer, artist, vegetarian foodie, bibliophile, child of the Enlightenment, friend of Charles Darwin, full-time rat fancier and part-time assassin.”
Red Ravine: Two writers share their craft. “We write because we are fascinated with words dancing on the page.”
Bookslut: The place for a bibliophile to be.
The Society for the Promotion of Good Grammar: Hone your craft and get a few giggles.Backstory: “Where authors share secrets, truths, logical and illogical moments that sparked their fiction or memoirs.”
Flogging the Quill: Author Ray Rhamey discusses “pursuing the art and craft of compelling storytelling.”
Slushpile.Net: Writing tips and news, book reviews and more.
SciFiGuy.Ca: Everything speculative fiction related.
YAReads: Everything young adult related in the writing industry.Galleycat: Industry news, tips, and more.
Emerging Writers Network: A blog created to promote new writings with promise.
Literary Kicks: Exploring “the meaning and relevance of literature in modern life.”
Skulls in the Stars: Covering quirky science and vintage science fiction and classic pulp fantasy and horror.
Judge a Book by its Cover: Funny blog dedicated to judging book covers.
Jane in Progress: The former writer for Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Gilmore Girls, and other popular shows offers script-writing advice to newbies.Bookshelves of Doom: A kid lit blog by one librarian.