The Open Book is the blog of Lee & Low Books, an independent children's publishing company. We discuss publishing, books, race and gender, schools and libraries, and whatever else strikes our fancy.
2. BookPal Blog
BookPal provides bulk book purchasing power to enterprise customers. With a catalog of more than three million titles, the company serves business and institutional markets throughout the U.S. The BookPal Blog features Publishing Industry news, Title Spotlights, and BookPal news and updates.
Posts for readers and writers, including book reviews.
My goal with this blog is to inspire you to write a novel whether it gets published or is something you do just for yourself.
Conventional wisdom about writing is conventionally wrong.
The Powell River Books Blog focuses on the Coastal BC Stories series written by Wayne J. Lutz and off the grid living in a float cabin on Powell Lake.
A blog for aspiring writers, especially young adult fiction fans, with a smattering of medical Q & A in fiction.
14. Mark Tullius
15. Jo Michaels Blog
16. Tonya R. Moore
17. Erica Verrillo
The World of Publishing
18. Talia Jager
21. Meeka's Mind
22. The Bookish Elf
The Bookish Elf is all about the passion for books and reading, knowledge and perception. We are a small group of readers who want the world to know what we read and what they should read.
24. Write Good Books
Write Good Books is a blog dedicated to helping new writers improve their craft and learn about the industry.
25. Fit for Joy
RISE ABOVE YOUR LIMITATIONS
EXPLORING THE GIFTS WITHIN
Here You’ll Find Content Relating Exercise to Enjoyment,
Awareness through Meditation, Diet for Self-Love,
True Life Stories, and Healing.
This blog, podcast, and book series teaches world builders how to create better fantasy and science fiction worlds faster.
Home of N. P. Martin, author of dark, gritty urban fantasy novels including the bestselling Sorcerer's Creed Series. Get a FREE book when you sign up for the newsletter.
This is my author site.You can also download my free e-shorts as and when they appear, you can read about my new novel and you can follow me, on the blog, as I attempt to get it published… or publish it myself, which, lousy sales-skills aside, is probably what I will do.