This list in alphabetical order.
Alexander M. Zotari "Notes from an Alien":This blog centers around book and writing questions/topics Zotari wants to explore. He only brings the conversation forward if people engage with his posts. A wonderful way to bring in interested lurkers, though it sometimes leads to repetitive posts. I enjoy seeing quiet people come out and post, and "Notes from an Alien" succeeds in catching many people's thoughts.
Ari Meghlen: She is a writer and outside of blogging focuses in the fantasy genre. She gives excellent advice on how to start up an organized writing routine. She shares her personal writing goals, she updates with her progress, she is one of the hosts of #themerrywriter on Twitter. Her style is to the point and very approachable. She's also building a job info list resource for writers.
Cal P. Logan: As I add this entry, he's just getting his blog up and running. It looks like it will revolve around indie author book reviews as well as some notes on his querying/writing process. I'm curious to read more
Christopher Graham: Has "The Reading Ape'd blog where he offers a lot of how to's that will interest authors. I struggle navigating his site as the layout while very good is not intuitive to me, but his articles are worth the work.
Elna Cain: She is a freelance writer who manages I believe four blogs along with her freelance posts. I enjoy her post layouts and while some of her tips/tricks/suggestions are generic, I like how positive and persistent she is. You can see that she has personally used her own techniques to gain success.
Hannah Heath: a writer who blogs on building one's platform and gives writing advice. Fun and to the point blog style with a clean visually pleasing blog home.
Jacob Brundle: He promotes his upcoming publication and he writes about different ways to approach the creative process and how that may impact your progress/ you work. He has a very clean blog with an engaging style.
Jeffrey A. Moulton: He has an interesting quirky blog style that's most at home with the speculation I enjoy in good science fiction. His style connects odd outside inputs together for interesting conversation and writing prompt fodder. Fun and offbeat on his blog with dark horror present in his novels.
Joy D Fanning: An aspiring writer she creates content related to the writing process and preparing to write/publish a major project. As another writer seeking publication, I have a lot in common with her only her chosen genre is science fiction. She's also part of a blogging collaborative "The Aspiring Author Blog"
Just Publishing Advice: The title says some of it. This blog gives publishing advice, grammar advise, advertising advice and social media advice. All interesting and easy to implement.
K. Kris Loomis: An eclectic writer who creates both fiction and non fiction. She's into reading, yoga, and self care along with helpful suggestions on how to interact with others and build your presence authentically.
K.M. Weiland: author who provides step by step guides and advice to completing creative writing projects and seeing publication through.
Lauren Sapala: is a writer who focuses on the writing and publishing market specifically from the perspective of a highly sensitive personality type. She approaches problems/issues/concerns from a deeply empathetic core and often provides more sympathizing that step by step advice. She is patient, well spoken, and encouraging. Her writing style speaks to me and is very engaging.
Lionel Ray Green: a local writer who encourages me and shares his writing breakthroughs with me. His blog is an eclectic mix of observations, reviews, and market announcements. He has insight specifically in the horror market.
Morgan Wright: An up and coming author with an amazing twitter presence and what seems to be an extensive, growing blog presence. I enjoy her layouts and services so I keep and eye on this blog even though these isn't presently much to talk about
Nat Russo: a writer who offers writing advise to other writers. His book series is fantasy and currently on my "to be read" list. I enjoy his advise and presence.
The North Alabama Writers' Group: A blog I curate with my writers group. We post flash fiction, writing exercises, book reviews, and random writing topics we usually talk about in writers group.
An Outsider's Way: a writer's blog about natural healing and poetry. It's more a spiritual vibe I enjoy that direct advice. Still pretty writing and worth a peak.
Planet Simon: A fiction writer with insights into the science fiction/fantasy genre. His site has a wonderful layout and a simple friendly style.
Polar Bear Editing: offers editing and publishing services and as such the blog specializes in publishing/editing advice. Has a lot of delightful humor in it and fun graphics. Also hits topical self published books pontoon out the good and bad.
Rachel Poli: She is a writer who offers advice over different writing hurdles, advertises contests, flash, writes reviews, presents open calls of submission, and also hosts #themerrywriter on Twitter
Stefanie Sears: A freelance creative who blogs her own personal journey and accomplishments. I enjoy watching her progress and gleaning ideas from her progress as I hope others find in my recording with this blog.
T.A. White: an author I found through her "Dragon Ridden Series" on Kindle Unlimited. Her blog focuses on updates of the three series she's juggling the release of. The woman is a machine and an inspiration for anyone looking to publish fantasy in today's market.
Women Writers, Women['s] Books: Love, love, love this blog site. It offers encouraging and helpful information for all writers and it features female writers and their journey specifically. It's easy to hear about Stephen King's thoughts, but where is the female experience. I see Margret Atwood and Amy Tang quotes and advice once in a while, but it's nice to always have a sight I can go to to hear my fellows talk about their struggles in the industry or in their own work.
Writer Writer: a new blog created by Morgan Wright and David Collins. They have short story contests where they publish the final work for free to their blog. Views are public knowledge on their blog so you can decide if the potential exposure is worth "giving away" the story. They also have resources for fellow writers to check out including books, worksheets, and articles.