April 28, 2013

April 2013 Blogs/Sites to follow!

Hi there,

Welcome to another month of Blogs/Sites to follow. I don't have as much sites to mention as I did last month so I'll only post a few great sites that I've been paying attention to a lot lately. These blogs/sites provide a great service to the community and I hope that you follow them. Okay, here's the list..

Paige's Page by Paige Moonshade is a great Wizard101 & Pirate101 fansite! She provides great housing tips, epic contests and always nice posts. I really love her blog and I had to mention it with this month's blogs to follow post. She doesn't have a following option but you can still view her site everyday and see her great posts. You can view her site by clicking on the image above! Thanks for everything you do Paige!

Stars of the Spiral by Kelsey Fireheart is another great Wizard101/ Pirate101 Fansite! She has a blog with all of the great news updates for Wizard101 & Pirate101! I usually read her blog for any Wizard101 news updates I miss for Wizard101 when I play Pirate101 so much that I don't notice. Thanks Kelsey for everything you do and I would say good luck but you're doing very good so you don't need it! :)

Secrets of the Skyways by Talon Stormshade is a great Wizard101/ Pirate101 blog with lots of Pirate101 & Wizard101 News updates and questing/pvp posts :) This reminds me of my blog with all of the news and questing updates! You should visit this blog and scroll down a little bit after clicking on the image and you'll see a way to follow his great blog. Thank you Talon, I can't wait to read more of your blog!

Want to be on next month's Blogs/Sites to follow? Email me at edwardfrostgem@gmail.com with the link of your blog and a little description on how you got started blogging. See you next month!


Sophia EmeraldBlossom said...

First off, I love how you feature other sites like this. It's a really cool thing to do, and I enjoy seeing your picks every month.

However, it seems that you're only featuring the sites that already have plenty of publicity. Paige's Page and Stars of the Spiral are official fansites, so most people who are active in the community probably already read them. It would be more interesting to feature the smaller blogs, not to mention that the publicity would be more useful to these small blog owners.

I can't wait to see what you feature next month, and thanks for reading my comment. :)

Edward Lifegem said...

Thanks! Don't worry I will have plenty of other blogs next month, this month I was focusing on sites that I haven't mentioned in quite sometime. I'm sure you'll love May's blogs/sites to follow :)