Monday, April 06, 2009

Exchange of Realities on Today.com

As I have mentioned before, I have a blog named Literary Lunch at Today.com. I have been writing it for 4 months and it is getting more and more visits every day. It is great to be a part of such a friendly community.

There are many great blogs on the Today.com network. There are 8 main categories of hubs and many more sub-categories. Writing blogs are filed under the Hobbies category. Today currently has sixty-six active writing bloggers. My current favorite in the writing sub-category is Exchange of Realities, which very competently mixes the worlds of gaming and writing.

In blogger Erika Hoagland's own words:

Exchange of Realities is an attempt to bring the worlds of table-top roleplaying and writing closer together by illustrating techniques usable in both formats. These tips are designed to cultivate immersion, minimize interference with suspension of disbelief, and make the worlds we create more real, colorful and engaging.

The blog is very readable, the writing is almost poetic and the writing advice is second to none. I definitely recommend that you visit the blog and find out for yourself.


If you are looking for another place to start a blog, why not try Today.com. You will be paid $2 for every 1,000 unique views. It is a great place to learn the art of blogging before you go out and create your own blog from scratch.



Today.com blogs get a lot of views and visits from around the web. If you have a business or a blog you need to promote why not advertise on the Today network? You can buy a monthly ad for as little as $4.99.

2 comments:

Laura said...

I've looked at Today but find it really tedious to find a blog on any topic. I went to Regional thinking I might find an Ontario blog but could not find any kind of index, just a list of most recent posts. Well, that didn't help at all. :(

I think the Today network needs a better way to find it's blogs. A real index of all the blogs by topic would help a ton.

UninvitedWriter said...

I agree, very hard to get around unless you know what you are looking for.