I imagine every writer’s internet bookmarks are fairly eclectic. I know I always get a laugh looking at mine. And my bookmarks are different than the blogs I read. Most blogs I read are in my google reader; when I say bookmarks I usually mean websites that are a little more static.
Bookmarks can show a lot about a person’s interests. Here’s a little glimpse at some of mine:
Cupcake Bakeshop by Chockylit (yummy)
Eharlequin Guidelines (naturally)
The Chalkboard Manifesto (HILARIOUS)
WWOOF-USA (I have a farm obsession, despite having no earthly knowledge of farming)
Eat Local (And I wish I wasn’t so lazy/picky or I would eat more locally grown food)
Cupcake Project (I kind of have a cupcake thing too)
Baby-proofing your home (I bookmark websites like this for future use, but then usually ignore them. This kid is lucky I put outlet covers up).
Do Not Vote for My Dad (I found this story fascinating, and it kind of fit in with a novel I was working on at the time).
Carina Press: Reasons for Rejection Though I haven’t been rejected by Carina (still waiting to hear), I thought this post was just a good thing to go back to every now and again when working on submitting anywhere.
List of Agricultural Machinery (The first hero I ever wrote was a farmer. I love farms!)
Writing.Com (Not the first online writing community I ever joined… that would have been the old AOL message boards for some teen magazine that had a writing section, BUT the best writing community I’ve ever been a part of. I don’t spend much time there now, but as a beginning writer it was and remains an amazing place. (My portfolio is here)
Why share? I don’t know. It’s Friday. Seemed like fun. Besides, I kind of want to bake some cupcakes now…