What other blogs do you read, and what do you like about them?
In particular, what TV-related blogs do you read?
I had a nice lunch with my editor and publicist and Holt, and they are all excited about internet promotion of the book. (Print media is so 20th C, y'know.) And they'd like to know what are the hot blogs to approach. And so I turn to you, my faithful readers...
Probably too soon to tell, but I'd like it to be hot someday...
Otherwise, the hottest and coolest...
And a favourite...
But new to this world of blogs, so haven't even begun to scratch surface...
Lee Goldberg posts about his TV experience and writing tie-in books. He posts daily, usually several times a day and answers questions regularly.
Other than that, the best blogs are two you alread link to: Jane Espenson and Ken Levine. Ken's also really good about responding to questions when you email him.
Those, I think, are a good place to start...
Some of the more popular:
Some of the Often talked about:
This is a fraction of the sites - and there are many others that I haven't logged yet that are entertaining.
The links above typically publish often and/or are visited by many.
I think the other commenters have nailed just about everyone, but one I didn't see was Doris Egan's Livejournal. She only updates when she has the time, but when she does she has some lovely insights into House, Tru Calling, actor casting, etc. I watch out ofr most of her episodes on TV because I'd love to go down the same roads she has: tv writing and novel writing.
I read Jane Espenson's site every day, plus a lot of sites already mentioned, plus I like this one a lot:
And of course in the spirit of shameless self-promotion, there's mine:
Which, to be strictly honest, I do read, after I post. Checking for typos!
As of today -
Daily --- Dead Things on Sticks, Complications Ensue, By Ken Levine, Fun Joel, Jane Espenson.
Weekly --- Artful Writer, Thinking Writer, John August, Screenwriter Bones, Kung Fu Monkey, DISContent, The Inside Pitch.
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