- My favorite non-kidlit blog is Sci-fi tech. It's a great and often humorous look at new and upcoming gadgets. My favorite posts are those written by Adam Frucci; I like his style.
- The Small Press Blog has interesting news, interviews, and information about small press publishing and publishers.
- I'm not sure if this counts as a blog, but as a Mac user, Apple Insider keeps me up to date on the Apple world.
- Even though I'm not blogging to make money (if I were, I'd be failing miserably), I read ProBlogger. He posts on a variety of topics relating to blogging, and not all of them are about making money with your blog. I sometimes find good tips and information there.
- Finally, like many of you, I assume, I read GalleyCat.
Whew! I just squeaked under the wire with five. Now I have to figure out who to tag, who hasn't already been tagged yet. The bloggers I know best are those that were on the Cybils F/SF nominating committee with me; Michele (Scholar's Blog) has already been tagged, but I think that Kim Baccellia, Gail Gauthier (Original Content), and Miss Erin are still fair game, so if you guys are interested in playing, consider yourselves tagged. I'm hoping that Miss Erin will post some interesting theater blogs!
I cheated though - I'm so utterly ashamed of myself... *sniggers*
Totally Off Topic, I've just posted a review of the second "Horatio Lyle" book by Catherine Webb - this young author is going from strength to strength...
Oh, how exciting! I'm looking forward to reading that one. Does it blend genres like the first one did?
I'm going to check out Problogger. I'm not in this to make money either, as evidenced by the fact that I'm not really making any, but any tips would help.
I think no one is going to get rich blogging about kid lit, LOL. It's a good thing we love it! Another reason I like to read ProBlogger is that it's interesting reading about other corners of the blogosphere, where the culture is different than it is in our little corner. Most bloggers seem to be much more goal oriented and less community oriented than most of the kidlit bloggers are.
Oops! Sheila, I'll list my favorite non-children blogs tomorrow.
No problem. It's just a fun meme; you don't have to participate if you don't want to.
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