I want to pass on the love to some fellow bloggers, bestowing upon them the Kreativ Blogger award. Check out these blogs for cool stuff about books, writing and more:
Dale Pease is a fellow MG SF (middle grade science fiction) writer and has a cool blog that follows his progress through writing Noah Zarc. His Mundane Musings give a peek inside the life of a writer of children’s books.
The archly funny Ink, owner of a sadly soon-to-be-defunct Indie bookstore and an aspiring writer, has a wonderfully humorous blog, The Alchemy of Writing. This collaborative blog is always worth reading, but should win all kinds of awards based solely on his Zombie rendition of The Grinch.
The Year of Reading is a blog by two teachers who read. A lot. And tell you all about the books, bringing an educator’s perspective to the books they review. Which is awesome.
Words World and Wings is hosted by a school librarian. She reviews books, interviews authors and talks general goings-on in children’s books. She discusses everything from the latest kid movies to how to encourage children to read. Love that!
Natalie Whipple writes YA books and I have no doubt will be published soon. Have I mentioned I love YA books? I do. And I can’t wait to read Natalie’s, because she’s awesome. Although this blog is for parents of MG readers, if you have a YA reader in the house as well (and it counts if it’s YOU), then check out her entertaining writer’s blog and books.
At the opposite end of the spectrum, for readers on the wee side of 8, the Young Readers blog has reviews of all kinds of books for the littlest of minds. Which we all know is where the love for reading starts, right? So hastee ye to find good books here, if you have little ones in the house.
Dale and Bryan, I apologize for the, er, feminine appearance of the Kreativ Blogger patch, all gingham and roses and such. Totally understand if you’re not up to posting that on your manly blogs. Please just feel the love that I share with all my blogging friends. See here for instructions on how to pass on the blogger love.
Blog long and prosper, people!