Over the past several years, I've tried different things to keep my blogging simple, while still leaving myself enough flexibility to pursue the interests about which I feel led to write. To that end, for quite some time I tried to consolidate all my blogging down to a single blog, here at CoryHowell.net. I figured I could blog about all of the different things in which I was interested right, call it "Corybanter," just as I used to call my first blog on Posterous. (I still miss how easy things were in the Posterous days.) Recently I've changed my mind...again.
I recently got interested in Sherlock Holmes again, so I revived my Sherlock Holmes blog: Baker Street Babble. That one lives here at Weebly, where CoryHowell.net also resides.
I also write about Shakespeare from time to time, over on a Tumblr blog entitled Willy Wigglestick. I've been pretty active on that one lately as well.
Speaking of Shakespeare, I also have what I call a "mini-blog" on Medium.com, that I call Bites of Bard. I'm not sure it's a great title, but it's where I share some of my favorite Shakespeare quotes. It's a nice, simple site that lends itself to a quick sharing of a quote.
I recently discovered that my old Corybanter blog on Tumblr was also a good place for sharing a quick quote or link. It's a little easier than putting together a complete post with a lot of text, which I still tend to do right here on Weebly. So even though I had shut that blog down awhile back, I've been reviving it a bit, using it for quick stuff.
Then there's Dallas: The Poetry of Alice K. Howell. This is where I've been transcribing poems that my Grandma Howell wrote back in the 1930s. I have a little black notebook (that's actually my dad's) full of my grandmother's poetry, much of which was published in newspapers in the Oakland, CA area.
I have another one on Medium.com, that I write on from time to time: it's called Bible and Prayer Book. I haven't posted anything there in awhile, but in the past I've used it to jot down thoughts from Bible study based on The Book of Common Prayer. Oh, and speaking of the Bible, I also have a blog here at Weebly called The Bible Bookshelf Blog. I write there from time to time about different versions of the Bible, mostly in English. (I mean, I write the posts in English, but some of the Bibles I cover are not in English.)
That's pretty much it...for now. I have a couple of other blogs that I've started and not kept up. I won't bother linking to them at the moment. I may end up consolidating again sometime in the future, or I may start new blogs somewhere else. Who knows? I just keep writing whatever comes to mind. Thanks for reading.
(adj.) wild and frenzied; from Greek κορυβαντες (Korybantes)