I was recently asked to blog about single life for PsychCentral. I think I have quite enough outlets for my blogging. “Living Single” over at Psych Today has been my primary blogging site for a while now. I also have this blog, “All Things Single (and More).” In addition, I post occasionally at the Huffington Post.
On Monday October 17 at 2 pm, I’m giving a talk on singles at Loyola University in Chicago. It is open to the public. Here are the details.
For the new singles site that we have been brainstorming, there will be feeds from enlightened blogs about singles (if the link doesn’t work on your browser, it is the post here at All Things Single, “Tentative list of blog feeds for new singles site”), as we’ve discussed previously, and also a section of links to various resources. The resources should be websites and such that are about living single, and not just becoming unsingle. Below are the ones I have so far. Do you have any additions? Are there some listed here that are too much about dating and such to be included?
Bella’s intro: When I write about single life, I do so from the perspective of having been single all my life. I always like hearing from others who have also lived single all their lives. But I also really appreciate hearing from those who have crossed the marital line and come back again. It is like your own personal experiment. You see how you are treated when you are single, then when you marry, then when you become single again.
I’ve been putting together the list of enlightened singles blogs that will feed into the new singles site. I want to share with you the list I have so far, and get your feedback – especially if I’m missing any.
When Singled Out was first published in 2006, it was not yet routine for books to be issued in electronic formats. So Singled Out followed the standard publishing model at the time of appearing first in hardcover, then in paperback a year later (in 2007). Now, just in time for Singles Week (September 18-24), Singled Out is available on Kindle.