Ideas | Best from My Corner of the Blogosphere

So, in line with the birthday countdown–3 days and counting!–I’ve decided to post whatever I want. 🙂 Which today means the best of the WordPress blogs appearing in my reader. I’ve read and prepared 5 blog posts from writers I read and who have  really hit that proverbial nail head with their topic.


First, in honor of those lost 13 years ago today, author Chris Martin details his memories and feelings of that horrific day here:

Second, traveling around the world allows you to see so much and experience even more. Twisted Sifter has interviewed and curated some works from Andrei Duman, nature photographer. Enjoy the beauty here:

Third, a funny and honest post about alumni publications from Therapeutic Misadventures had me smiling and nodding along with her. Read more of the moroseness here:

Fourth, from a reader sharing her bookshelf and perspectives on literature, Emily J. tells us a little bit about Psychoanalytic Feminism, just one article from a series detailing different types of feminism. Get schooled here:

Finally, to end on a note of warmth and positivity, a love poem from Harsh Reality in honor of a wife truly loved. Get all the love here:

Of course, there are hundreds of other bloggers out there who are fighting the good fight and putting words behind cursors every day! I think I’d like to make this kind of a regular thing. I mean, I really don’t spend enough time with my reader the way it is…


9 thoughts on “Ideas | Best from My Corner of the Blogosphere

    • It was a really beautiful piece, and catching some really great poetry always reminds me that I should read more. Thanks for stopping by! 😀

  1. Reblogged this on HarsH ReaLiTy and commented:
    I don’t do prompts very much, but this is a cool idea and a great way to network and share other blogger’s work. Great post and thanks for the mention I hope some people come over to check it out! -OM
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    • Certainly! I love photography. I’ll be sure to do a similar post on photography blogs! Thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts. 🙂

  2. I love this idea so much, I just might steal it, if that’s all right. Loved the links too, by the way.

    • You’re very welcome! It reminded me of how I feel every time I read one of my alumni newsletters. “In Memoriam” is one of the first sections I read, too.


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