Today I put together a list of blogs that I read/follow for your perusal. Please look through a few of them (you might become as enthralled as I have).
This website written by author K. M. Weiland does exactly what you might think: talks about writing. And, as I am a writer who wants to become an author, I enjoy her posts.
I’ve probably recommended this one before, but I love the Rebelution. It’s all about living for Christ as a teenager, from the perspective of teenagers. I’ve been fortunate enough to be published there twice.
Because what runner can live without it?
I follow this one with less regularity, but the articles are still good. They are written for young Christian writers and capably bring out how God plays into writing.
Another one I don’t read very often, but Michael Hyatt has some solid advice about changing your life for the better. I also listen to his podcast “This is Your Life.”
I don’t read this one very much (are you detecting a pattern?), but it offers solid writing advice from adult writers writing to teenagers.
My sister’s blog. She doesn’t post very often, but I enjoy it when she does.
Rachel started this blog for a class, I believe, and still posts every once in a while. I love reading her words, which are more often like poetry. (Rachel, consider this a plea for more posts 🙂 )
Amelia is a friend of mine who has a lot of animals. She raises everything from chickens to quail to rats and writes about it on her blog.
Another friend’s blog. She uses it to explore life and firgure things out in relation to growing up and biblical truths.
So, a lot of my friends have blogs. 🙂 Isaac’s is similar to Scratch That… in what he writes about, but it comes from a different voice.
Zachary challenges himself and others in his posts, which contain testimonies from his life, song lyrics, and lots of Scripture.
Those are the ones I read the most often. As for the blogs that I don’t check regularly, they’re still really good. It has more to do with the amount of time I have for reading them. I hope you were able to find a new person or two to follow and interact with through this collection of some of my favorite blogs.