Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Blogs of the week

Our recent feature is "Blogs of the Week." Each week, we feature a reader blog (which was sent to us) and an author blog (which could either be sent to us, or we'd pick one at random). Please check out the blogs we are sharing. We're sure the bloggers would love some friendly comments on their posts or a follow.

Important: We are no longer taking submissions for blogs, as we are trying to phase out this feature. Thank you for participating and sharing your blogs with us, as well as visiting the blogs that have been shown here.


Froggie - One frog's distinct voice on the world around her

She's just your average person looking for their place in the world. This is where she chronicles her journey, and the adventures that she has along the way. She talks about her day-to-day experiences, asks a lot of questions, shares her thoughts on life and explores various happenings going on in the world around us.

Froggie will also be seen more around CLC in the coming months. She's helping us with some social media and blog stuff and will be a guest blogger on occasion. She already wrote posts for us about meeting Rachel Bertsche and her love for Tori Spelling's memoirs. If you haven't seen these yet, you definitely should check them out!

You can find Froggie on Twitter. And thanks to Froggie, we found out about our author blog for this week!


Jenny Lawson writes for Good Mom/Bad Mom on the Houston Chronicle, but needed an uncensored space to say the f-word and talk about ninjas, so she started this blog. She also writes a satirical sex column, as well as a parenting column that will make you wish you’d decided to just stick with dogs. She also spends a lot of time tweeting. Her first book (which is non-fiction, but looks fabulously funny), "Let's Pretend This Never Happened (A Mostly True Memoir)" will be available in mid-April. She lives with her husband, daughter and three cats named Posey, Rolly and Ferris Mewler, one of whom she can balance on her head (if not all three).

You can find Jenny on Facebook and Twitter.

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