from Morgan Bradham
The Art and Craft of Blogging
An eccentric blogger with a pen and a thousand ideas
We are the readers and the writers; basically the book people.
A woman's second journey into sexual self-discovery
If you have a story, it is yours, but once you tell your story, in whatever form; poetry, short story, interview, song... It is no longer story yako, it is now story yetu. You and me, the world. It will have inspired, entertained, educated or informed someone. Let us tell our stories... Story zetu.
a day in the life of my sketchbook...
Finding beauty against the grain in literature, photography, and life
Just an online journal about my life, thoughts, and opinions.
A Satirical Word In Your Shell-Like Ear
Part of Writing Room 101: Mel's Midweek Writing Menagerie
diary of a sometimes sub
What It Looks Like to Think Out Loud
one terrible comic per weekday, by Ryan Morrison
fragmented thinking, writing, and rambling, sometime about fantasy books
Writer of True Crime