Blog it, ToledoWritten by Lisa Renee Ward | | firstname.lastname@example.org
Warmer weather has begun to appear which if you love roller coasters; you start thinking about that trip up to Cedar Point. As a part of their website Cedar Point now has blogs. There are three to select from; The Point Online, Jason’s Ideas and Mike’s Memo.
Marc’s Stuff has been on the Toledo blogosphere for several months. In addition to some political thoughts, Marc’s also a fan of racing and at least two local radio shows. The 16 paws name comes from how many pets Marc and his wife have.
Chili Dog Blog asks an interesting question this week; ”Who influences your music?” Being a fan of the Church lady aside, that post alone is well worth stopping by to visit. Yet, you’ll find more, so it’s a recommended spot to ”chill” at.
Austin Nichole lists herself as not just a name but a lifestyle, and after stopping by to visit her MySpace site that could very well be true. She has her own talk show on public access television that she has done for several years. So not only a blog to visit but a possible TV show to watch gets her on this week’s recommended blogs.
Patrick Boylan does not live in Toledo, but he is a hockey fan who recently came to Toledo and wrote about his thoughts on his blog Sorry, I’m not for hire. I think he shares an interesting perspective on not only the game but Storm, the arena and Storm fans.
How can I go from Hockey to Romance Novels? In the blogosphere it’s easy, since almost every topic can be found. Romancing the Blog is the place to go if you like reading Romance Novels, or if you have ever wanted to write one, this would be a great place to start.
When she’s not figuring out how to write a Romance Novel about Hockey, Lisa Renee can be found on her own blog Glass City Jungle. If you find a blog you’d like her to know about, email her at email@example.com