As a result of a session at the 2012 Bendigo Writers Festival, and a subsequent Twitter discussion, we thought it would be good to list some notable blogs written by Bendigonians, and here’s a few of the most recently updated:
Sonia’s musings about Bendigo and her store, Bob Boutique.
Bucket of Work
Stories, thoughts and reports by Luke and his many aliases, including Dean Holdsworth and Morrie Sinclaire.
Dear Bendigo, by talented writer and Bendigo favourite, Lauren Mitchell.
It’s time to live the life you’ve always dreamed of… Sarah writes about issues facing women with her blog at Inner Me.
Jennifer Jones is a very busy lady and she loves to blog about some of her interests, including fitness. Jennifer has been researching all branches of her family history for years, details here via Jones Family History. T
A brave account of Lisey’s battle: A journey beyond breast cancer
Making & Playing: Tam’s blog about her creative studiomaking and playing sustainably. Sometimes for gifts, sometimes for artistic projects about her world and sometimes just for joy.
Passages of Writing
Published author and winner of Seizure Viva La Novella, Julie Proudfoot has also been published in various journals, including Mamamia. T F
Read her social commentary on the hanky-panky of Bendigo here at Proudmumbles.
Another Bendigo based blogger whom focuses on rekindling creativity is Shayne T Wright. After 20 years of hard logic, Shayne is rebuilding his creative side through writing novels, photography and urban farming.
Local writer and photographic artist, Sharon Greenaway.
Deborah is a fashion/style blogger in the early stages of blogging. She hopes to develop her blog and feature Bendigo designers, stores and events … all relating to style of course.
Alex is The Teenage Book Wrangler, who writes book reviews for the Goldfields Library.
Vox Bendigo is for, about and by Central Victorians. An initiative of Bendigo Writers Festival, it is a portal for writing news and information, and also publishes new writing of all kinds.
Wholesome Chick is all about health and wellness with a naturopathic twist by Ally.
T = Twitter F = Facebook P = pinterest I = Instagram
Any others you think we should add to the list? Please send them to iheartbendigo (at) friendlysavage.com