Weblogs About Literature
                                                       
Witty Ramblings Of A Lower Class Immigrant by tamikison
tamiki.com is an original humor site with witty, clever, and hilarious writing. Many posts are inspired by or revolve around serious social, political or economic issues. Other are not. They are all funny...sometimes. Written by a 22 year old math student/nerd/geek and high school football coach, also known as the mathlete.
Location: New York City, New York (State)
Witty Ways of a Wayward Wife, The by Jane Turley
The often dubious, politically incorrect and mainly humorous musings of Mrs Jane Turley, Housewife Extraordinaire. Silly stories, both real and imagined and the occasional sensible article thrown in for good measure.
Location: London, United Kingdom
WJ Fantasy Reviews by WeariedJuggler
Reviews of Fantasy novels, short stories, Fantasy novels, and other types of fiction. Books :)
Location: Santa Rosa, California
Wonsuponatime by Sarah
This blog is a collection of fairytales, poems and what if's that I write based on the photography of the magical individuals at Flickr.
Location: London, No place, unknown, or undetermined
Word it Right by Frances Pallett
Word it Right is a site for those passionate about writing, copywriting, poetry, creative writing and anything to do with words.
Location: United Kingdom
word whacking by Jessica Motherwell McFarlane
WORD WHACKING: slashing through a jungle of thoughts, capturing wild ideas, and corralling them into a first draft.
Location: Vancouver, British Columbia
Worded Life, A by Shel Sweeney
Shel Sweeney has committed to writing a novel in a year. In A Worded Life, Shel blogs about her progress and includes goals for writing, tips on ‘how to’, book reviews, writing activities, and much more.
Location: United Kingdom
Words at Large Blog by Kimberly
Words at Large provides information about our book-related programs, and connects with communities and organizations dealing with reading, writing and literacy.
WordSalad by Paul Alan
WordSalad is a blog and a radio program of poetry and spoken word, at WSUM 91.7 FM. It streams at www.wsum.org at 1:00 pm Thursdays. Host is Paul Alan
Location: Madison, Wisconsin
Workings of a devilish mind by Lord Jim
Some thoughts which I share with the world. Maybe funny, sentimental, angry, satirical, random, unreadable, unputdownable.....
World According to Atticus, The by Atticus
An independent book publisher's take on all things related to books, particularly the day-to-day goings-on of a start-up small press.
Location: Kensington, Maryland
World According to Dave, The by David M. Brown
Personal blog of Fezariu's Epiphany author David M. Brown: reviews, regular features, writing news.
Location: Huddersfield, United Kingdom
World According To Pia, The by Pia K
A Stockholmian vegetarian lawyer in the middle of life thinking, musing, writing, analyzing, cats, dogs, travelling, food, books, photography and a bit more. Sharing parts of this life on blog.
World in the Satin Bag, The by Arconna
A YA fantasy blog novel by Shaun M. Duke. "James is your typical eleven year old outcast--smart, logical, and geeky--until his best friend is inadvertently sucked into another world. Will he be able to save her from the world in the satin bag?" Includes writing tips, book reviews, and the like.
Location: Placerville, California
World of a Daydream Believer by Laura
Explore literature, history and personal creativity through the blog of a twenty something year old female stepping out into the real world.
Location: Suffolk, United Kingdom
World of Books, The by mingakatara
A place where book lovers can unite for all things literature. You can come for news and reviews on all books.
World of My Imagination, The by Nicole Pyles
In my blog, I write about everything that inspires me to write! I am a writer and aspiring author. This blog is for writers everywhere who need some inspiration every now and then. My weekly posts are written with humor, sarcasm, enthusiasm, enlightenment, and creativity. So, come on over and see if you get inspired right along with me…
Location: Portland, Oregon
World So Wide by Leonard Blumfeld
This world is so wide that, even if you flitted around and around it, you would never reach the end of it. This blog is a collage of more or less literary and humorous, outlandish or sometimes even serious glimpses at this great wide world.
Location: Little Rock, Arkansas