Reading List – Just for You

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I thought that, for tonight, I would try something a bit different.  Instead of trying to tout myself up or write something to totally intrigue you, I decided I would print a list of the top 20 blogs I follow and try to read.  I don’t always succeed (especially of late), but these people work very hard and are truly fascinating to read.  Many of them read each other, of course; however, not all do.  There will definitely be someone on here you don’t normally read.

I don’t ask that you choose one and follow; what I do ask is that, instead of reading my 1000 words or so, please choose one from the list below, read it and comment – either comment on it or comment on mine about which one you decided (or didn’t) to read.

List: (not in order)

1)  Carnival Day – Haibun Thinking  An Elephantcant

2) The Importance of Not Knowing  Adrianna’s Random

3) GirlBoner Solo Sex: 5 Masturbation Tips Worth Trying  August McLaughlin

4) I survived…  Behind the Mask of Abuse

5) The truth about myself: A story on self-hate  Boomie Bol

6) A Ya Novel and a Research Trip  Debra Kristie

7) A dog’s nose  Harvesting Hecate

8) “I always feel like somebody’s watching me”  hope the Happy Hugger

9) In which I discover that I’ve learned nothing for the past three years of college.  I Think in Comics

10) Friday Fictioneers-16 MAY 2014/ the Black Sheep Indira’s Blog

11) Miscellaneous May Musings — And WordPress Heard Us JMMcDowell

12) Free stuff is cool: last day  Mollie Player

13) MEETING THE WILD CHILD!  Susie Lindau

14) Friday Fictioneers–Another World  This That and the Other Thing

15) Deadly Dreams  The Netherworld

16) Derby + beer + dress ups  The News with Nipples

17) Cat In A Box And A New Hairbrush  The War in My Brain

18) Wicked Nights Blog Hop  Theinnerwildkat

19) vulnerability Who is Bert

20) Texting After Dark  Rendezvous with Renee

Now, I usually have about 47 listed in my emails to read and I follow a little over twice that (so, very near 100).  I have said before that I can’t read them all and, now, I am actually working a lot and can’t read most of them.  Every week to two, though, I try to read, at least 15-20, commenting on several, liking all I read.

Just letting you know that some of you I follow because I don’t want to lose track of you.  I may pop in and read yours sometime.

Regardless, I hope you had fun.

_______________________

Namaste,

Scott

 

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