These blog carnivals are hot off the presses, just for you to enjoy;
Here’s my other favorite blog carnival, Carnival of the Vanities, the 18 September issue. This blog carnival is all about recognizing writing — excellent writing — in the blogosphere.
And here’s the latest issue of I and the Bird, issue #84: A Beginner’s Guide to Bird Blogs. The title of this carnival says it all!
Carnival of Cities, 17 September edition. This blog carnival is all about cities — whether you live in one or are visiting.
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