I’m [Last updated: August 24, 2016]
- deviantART – Where ART meets application.
- NaNoWriMo – The main site for National Novel Writing Month.
- Scrivener – my favorite writing software.
- Alton Brown – Brown combines two of my passions: cooking and science.
- Dropping Anchor
- Just One Cookbook – Quick and easy Japanese home cooking.
- Food Wishes – video recipes with Chef John.
- From Away – Cooking and eating in Maine.
- The Frugal Girl – cheerfully living on less.
- King Arthur Flour – Baking banter.
- Life to her years – Dad’s tips for adding life to a daughter’s years.
- Neil Gaiman’s Journal
- Olive Juice– Tony Tahhan’s blog.
- Pati’s Mexican Table
- Perfection Pending
- The Office of Letters and Light – by the creators of NaNoWriMo.
- The Perfect Pantry
- Smart Bitches, Trashy Books – all the romance, none of the bullshit. Romance novel reviews.
- The Shiksa in the Kitchen – food blogger and culinary anthropologist Tori Avey.
- Yarn Harlot – Stephanie Pearl-Mcphee’s blog about knitting and life.
– Parenting Fun.
DIY & CRAFTS:
- Ravelry – a knit and crochet community.
- Etsy – all things handmade. Enter at your own risk.
WEBCOMICS I READ:
- Brainless Tales – A comic a day, usually word-play.
- Busty girl comics – If you happen to have been born with extra large endowments, or live with someone who has that problem, you will love this strip. The strips are body-positive and non-revealing, dealing with the perks and problems some of us suffer.
- Extra Ordinary – Kittens.
- Family Man– A graphic novel by Dylan Meconis, author of Bite Me!
- Hark! a vagrant – by Kate Beaton.
- Lackadaisy – Cats, Prohibition Era, Amazing Art. By Tracy J. Butler.
- Romantically Apocalyptic
- Rules of Make Believe – By Chin Ju Lian.
- Questionable Content – by J. Jacques. A online comic strip that is ostensibly about romance, indie rock, little robots, and the problems people have.
- xkcd: A webcomic of romance,
sarcasm, math, and language