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my favorite links

As of 4-5-15, I’m STILL in the process of updating…


writing: writer blogs

  • A Design So VastOne woman’s journey to right here. Lindsey Mead’s writes about her struggles to be as present as she can in her life and with her two children.
  • Between
  • Christina Rosalie
  • Daily ShortyClaire Guyton drafted a short story everyday for a year!
  • Darrelyn Saloom
  • Draft No. 4: Richard Gilbert’s blog on writing and reading is in its sixth year. Originally called Narrative, he renamed it in honor of his memoir’s transforming draft–Shepherd was published in May. “This blog, its urgency, steady fervor and insight into the art has earned you readers.”—DeWitt Henry.
  • Elizabeth Marro: debut novel coming in February 2016!
  • LASUZASusana makes things: stories, theatre, pictures, collages, meals and sounds. Her posts are à la française and petite. Delightful.
  • Megan E. Evans’ Blog
  • Motherhood and Words
  • paris (im)perfect
  • Peace.Love.Free
  • Poetic Aperture
  • Stone’s Throw: The blog of fiction writer Jodi Paloni.
  • Sarah Laurence BlogSarah is an artist and a book junkie who grew up in NYC and now lives in Maine. She’s also a writer of YA fiction. Visit her wonderful blog to enjoy her writing and for hits of New England life–photos, watercolors, book reviews, and more.
  • Sarah Seltzer: Ramblings on writing, reading, radical feminism, & randomness. Sarah quotes Colette:”Writing only leads to more writing.” And reading Sarah’s blog will lead to more of everything.
  • Sub RosaSigrun’s peaceful and contemplative blog blending art and writing. The Latin phrase sub rosa literally means “under the rose”, the phrase denote secrecy and confidentiality. For her this title captures an inner conflict; her private thoughts and writings, following her day-to-day reading almost as in a diary, is by her blog made public. 
  • The Word CellarJenna McGuiggan is a writer, editor, storyteller, coach, and teacher. And on her blog you can sample a bit of all her skills. She writes with heart about what she believes in.
  • thematically ficklethe blog of aaryn belfer, a freelance writer and photographer, who has opinions on just about everything. 
  • Whimetalogue
  • woodbird

reading: book blogs

life: appreciation of life blogs

and everybody needs a little poetry

and a little art

and a little fun

12 thoughts on “click here…

  1. Thanks for including me, Cynthia. I just visited your website and it is so lovely! I’ll be back to browse when I have some time to give your words the focus they deserve. Blessings to you:)

  2. Hi Cynthia, I found your blog a couple of days ago, and have enjoyed reading a smattering of your posts. I can’t remember how I stumbled across it, but found the Judy Pascoe piece (which is the first thing I read) very stimulating. I am in Brisbane where Judy grew up – and I know her mother and brother. I have met her once or twice! I love her book. I’m new to blogging – started a couple of years ago on a trip to Ireland, and made some more entries recently on a trip to Ireland. Love to write, but not sure how to find things to write about in a consistent way.

    • Redgarden, nice to know you–is it Judith? Thanks for your kind words about the blog posts here. And I enjoyed checking out your blog too. It looks like you have some great trips coming up. In terms of what to write about, I pay attention to what catches my eye out in the world, especially the small things and the things that only I might notice. Welcome to Catching Days–I hope you’ll be back.

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