Tameri Blog and More

Our thoughts on reading and writing

We maintain a blog dedicated to writing and reading. The Tameri Readers and Writers WordPress blog is meant to be a fun place to share our love for books. We post short reviews from time to time. Occassionally, we review tools for writers. We encourage you to follow the Tameri blog and add your comments to our posts.

When we post a new blog entry, we also tweet the heading to our Twitter account followers. A copy of blog posts are copied to Facebook and LinkedIn, too. While this might seem like overkill, we know that people prefer different social networks.

Scott maintains several blogs on a variety of topics. If you are interested in teaching and techology, read A Poet Ponders the Digital. Writing and publishing have always been shaped by technology; this should also inform writing education. Blogging and social media have changed the nature of writing and promoting books.

Other Blogs We Suggest

The following blogs include some of our favorites for readers and writers.

Grammar and Language

About.Grammar: About.com's Grammar and Composition page links to beginning topics about the basics of grammar and punctuation to advanced topics of rhetoric and style.

Daily Writing Tips: Several freelance and creative writers post daily articles on grammar, punctuation, writing, and word origins at Daily Writing Tips. They offer an RSS feed or daily email of the articles.

Grammar Girl: One of the most interesting and useful blogs on grammar, Mignon Fogarty is “Grammar Girl” and founder of Quick and Dirty Tips. Mignon has been a technical writer, magazine reporter, and an entrepreneur. Like the authors of the Tameri Guide for Writers, Mignon bridges the humanities and sciences: she earned a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Washington and a master’s degree in biology from Stanford University. http://grammar.quickanddirtytips.com

Writers on Writing


Let’s Schmooze — Doug Eboch on Screenwriting: Doug Eboch is an award-wining screenwriter and college instructor. He wrote the original screenplay for the movie Sweet Home Alabama. Doug graduated from the University of Southern California. He currently lives and teaches in the Los Angeles area.


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Writer: C. S. Wyatt
Updated: 06-Jan-2018
Editor: S. D. Schnelbach