Michelle Rafter, who daily dispenses good information and advice for Writers in the Digital Age, came up with the bright idea that bloggers should spend a month during which they post something every day. Good for the constitution, or something. Heaven knows we wouldn’t want to be outside enjoy May flowers, now would we? Well, anyway, a bunch of her devoted followers, friends from the wonderful writer’s resource of Freelance Success, have signed on for the duration. (The root construction of dur-ation being “hard”, y’know.)
These are the Hard-y souls (besides me) who have committed to the chase. Pay them a visit if you can, and pat them on the back. They’ll need it.
Tim Beyers – The Social Writer – Motley Fool tech contributor and co-host of Twitter’s #editorchat.
Melanie Bonsall – Expert Editing – The online home of this editor, proofreader and writer.
Heather Boerner – Serenity For the Self Employed – Advice for the self-employed among us.
Jane Boursaw – Film Gecko – May Movie Madness and Other Related Stuff.
Danielle Bufarrdi – Horrible Sanity – Random thoughts of a mother & freelance writer
Sona Charaipotra – Sona Charaipotra – for entertainment topics and Ishq In a Backback – On travel and food.
Rosie Colombraro – Trust the Universe – There is always a Plan B.
Sue Dickman – Life Divided – Food, gardening, travel, books and more.
Jackie Dishner – Bike with Jackie -Improving your life with the B.I.K.E. spiritual tool.
Ron S. Doyle –Blog Salad – The literary equivalent of fruit salad and Cyclorati – Exercising my cyclophilia
Kelly Estes – Big Government in Your Wallet – A political blog.Jennifer L.W. Fink – ‘Bout Boys – With 4 boys between 11 & 3, this writer knows her subject.
Sydne George – I’ll Have What She’s Cooking – Good eats.
Debra Gordon- Wine on Tuesdays.
Nancy Hall – Floating Ink – How to fit making art into your every day life
KT Hinderer – Write Beyond the Cubicle – Musings of a full-time freelance writer and editor.
Heather Holliday – Zazou Marketing – Putting your best words forward.
Elizabeth Humphrey – The Write Elizabeth – Introducing creativity into daily life.
Leah Ingram – Suddenly Frugal – Tips for Frugal Living.
Joan Jagroop – This Dame Cooks – Recipes from Alaska to the South Pacific
Sara Lancaster – No. 2 Pen Blog – Blog of this Denver, freelance Web & marketing writer
Doug Lance – Freelance Fiction – “I get paid to tell sweet, sweet lies.
Jared Lopatin – Sign in Ink – Everyday life as motivated by astrological happenings.
Lisa Mann – Sonoma On the Cheap – One of the “On the Cheap” blogs, this one on Sonoma
Jenn Maciejewski – Cities on the Cheap – Freebies and deals in multiple cities across the U.S
Eric Mack – Wrecking Ball Report, MountainDaddy and SaveThatReceipt
Joy Manning – What I Weigh Today – A food writer reflects on weight and body image issues
Teresa Mears – Miami on the Cheap – A Cities on the Cheap blog for Miami.
Amy Rauch Neilson – Rauch Neilson – Thoughts of a breast cancer survivor.
Jennifer Netherby – Parenting by Trial and Error parenting by learning, growing and staying flexible.
Michelle Rafter – Word Count – Freelancing in the Digital Age.
Kate Reilly – Polka Dot Suitcase – Finding fun in everyday life
Meredith Resnick – Inner Writing Journey – Authors & professional creatives in quirky dialogue on how they write and why it works.
Melissa Sais – Digital Mom – Raising kids in a digital world.
Brette Sember – Martha and Me – One Martha Stewart makeover every day.
Kathy Summers – Eco Pregnancy and Baby and Health Writing Hints.
Jodi Torpey – Western Gardeners – Your online guide to gardening in the West.
Sarah Webb – Webb of Science – Where science meets life.
Jennifer Willis – The Green Soul Guide – Where sustainability and spirituality meet.
I encourage you to visit some of these fine people. Oh, and if you leave a comment, tell them who sent you to see them, would you?
3 thoughts on “Ye Merrie Month of May–a Bloggers’ Marathon”
Just visited the lovely ‘floating ink’ blog – thanks for the introduction!
Hi Vera. I’m Danielle Buffardi and I’m part of this month’s blogathon. I just wanted to introduce myself formally. I’m looking forward to blogging with you.
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