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Monday, January 14, 2008

New Georgia Blogs and Don't Forget Your Submission

Well….the two weeks I took off for the holidays from adding new blogs to the blogroll quickly became three plus weeks as I had some major projects to finish and had some family obligations to take care of. Hopefully I can get back on track with this offering today of Georgia blogs. Some of these have requested an addition while others were found via comments left here. Look for many more Georgia blogs to be added in the coming days.

The current Georgia Blog Carnival can be found here. The next edition will post over at Georgia Politics Unfiltered this coming Friday. Submissions must be from a Georgia-based blog OR the post must concern the state of Georgia in some way if the blog is based elsewhere. Submissions can be sent to or use the handy blog carnival submission form. Submissions should be turned in by Thursday, January 17th by 6:00 p.m.

Blogs added today include:

Belle of the Blog – comes to us via an Atlanta-area mommy blogger. She writes about her life as a writer and raising two boys with her musician husband. She also reviews local attractions for kids and families from time to time as well.

Freddie Sirmans – this Valdosta blogger has lots of interesting thoughts and ideas on many different topics. Scroll down on his site for great links including some Valdosta sites.

Jannygirl – Blogging her thoughts one day at a time, however, her site’s tagline states “my mind’s gone loose inside its shell…”

Dragon's Den – daily thoughts from a Psychology and Criminal Justice major.

Simple Twists of Fate – Eliza Doolittle provides her thoughts on current events in her life and in ours.

Credit Cards That Pay – is a blog based in Savannah with lots of information on….you guessed it… cards!

Strolling Through Georgia – a wonderful photo blog with the tagline “a photo a day from the state of Georgia.”

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