Today, I want to share with you some excellent blogs that you may not be reading.
Writer's Guide 2Epublishing is a great site for those interested in publishing ebooks. They have interviews with successful ebook authors as well as how-to articles and great resource links.
The Jesus Story is published by Jenna Pelias. This is probably the only religious-based blog that I read regularly since having discovered it when she became one of my followers. Jenna has a gift for writing beautiful explanations of aspects of Christianity, and she does it without condemning others of different beliefs. Her writing is doctrinally correct and elegant.
Dean Wesley Smith is a must read if you want to be an Indie author, especially his New World of Publishing, and Think Like a Publisher post.
SHarper Blog by Stephen Harper who is trying to build a blog audience as well as an audience for his ebooks. He's creating a contest for writers that's different. I think you'll like it, and I know you'll like his prize: a Kindle.
Hook 'Em and Book 'Em by indie author Mark Young who writes the Travis Mays Mysteries. I've got a sample of Mark's first Travis Mays book on my Kindle and can't wait to read it. Love the title of his blog because that's what it's all about.
Cynthia Wicklund is editing and uploading as fast as she can. That's why I'm sending you to her Amazon Author page rather than her website and blog which she keeps telling me she has no time to update. Cynthia is an author who should have been published years ago, but traditional publishing's loss is a gain for e-readers. She does it all: art work, writing, editing, formatting, and uploading, and she does it well. Her books are wonderful relationship studies, and they're so low-priced!
Visit these authors. They'll appreciate your support, and you'll discover new must-read blogs and books.