Here are a few more sites I visit on a daily basis. And the reasons is – they always have good stuff. Good writing. Good thoughts. Good stories. (And they post daily, which is why I visit them daily.)
Soulfari: Jay Cookingham lives in Hyde Park, New York, and writes about faith. He’s an author, artist, speaker, father (seven children) and also a cartoonist (if you haven’t seen Bad Sheep, you should).
Connecting to Impact: Jason Stasyszen is a pastor in Alaska; he always has something interesting to say. Jason is also a musician, with four worship albums.
Just Wondering: Diana Trautwein is a wife, mother, grandmother, spiritual director, former missionary, photographer – and writer.
It’s Rhyme Time: Patt Hatt has one of the more unusual poetry sites I’ve come across – it’s all about rhyme. He’s a novelist, children’s author, cat owner and rhymer.
Photography by Tiwago: Tim Good is a photographer, poet, a United Methodist Certified Lay Servant, former archeologist and current “government treehugger.”
Public Christianity: Fatha Frank writes about faith, books, spirituality, pop culture, and even the Baseball Hall of Fame.
A Year of Rejoicing: I first met Louise Gallagher through her first blog, Recover Your Joy. Then she moved to A year of Making a Difference, and now it’s A Year of Rejoicing. She lives in Calgary, and spent some time living on the roof of a homeless shelter – in the winter – in Calgary – as a fundraiser.
St. Louis Patina: Chris Naffziger is a photographer in St. Louis; his blog is about documenting the architectural beauty of the metropolitan area, including the parts that are decaying and vanishing.
WayStationOne: Brian Miller is a poet, husband and father. He has a day job, but his is first and foremost a poet. I first met Brian via One Stop Poetry, and then at dVerse Poets.
Poetical Psyche: Fred Rutherford is a poet. And he writes some wonderful stuff. The man’s in love with language, and it shows.
Kelly Sauer: Kelly is a photographer. And a writer. She takes wonderful photos, and somehow turns engagement and wedding photos into stories. She’s a wife and mother. Too. And she did the photograph for my second novel, A Light Shining.
More to come. I read a lot of blogs.