New year, new local blogs!

by Jennifer Saylor on January 4, 2011

Please welcome the newest blogs to appear in BlogAsheville’s directory of local blogs! If you’re a blogger and you want to have your blog appear in our directory, just comment or send email to!

And now, the blogs!:

The Uncola
“I have a show every Tuesday on called The UnCola.”

Carol Novack
“I’m a big city woman transported to a mountain ridge about 12 minutes from downtown.  I publish an online journal, and recently founded a non-profit arts org.  Will launch my own book in Marshall next month and a reading series at The Black Mountain Museum & Art Center on Nov. 19th.  Saw my first bear this summer and also, my first red hibiscus.”

Balls to the Wall, Y’all

The barely safe for work adventures of one of the funniest people in Asheville, Robin Plemmons.

Cease to Be Blue
Great Tumblr blog of local photos.

Cherry Valentino
“Pugs, cupcakes, crafts, asheville, YAY!”

Season It Slow
Food blog!

A. Fain Books
“To see images of new work or to read about topics related to the  greater world of book arts and my overall determination to be a self-employed artist take a look at my BLOG.”

A Day in the Life of One Girl

“Fighting the fashion addiction one day at time…”

Wardrobes and Whimsy
“I’m a 20 year old student earning a degree in Fashion and Interior Merchandising. I adore fashion blogs, so I decided to start one of my own. I love: fashion, design, art, film, music, shopping, cooking, my Weimaraner puppy – Milton, peach tea, David Sedaris, florals, traveling, naps, Charleston, theatre, peacocks, picnics, Asheville, Zooey Deschanel, learning new things and meeting new people.”

Asheville Green Living and Real Estate
“Patreecia Spaulding, Green Real Estate Consultant and Broker in Asheville, NC ~ Helping you plant roots!”

Asheville and Buncombe County
“This website is dedicated to Foster Alexander Sondley (1857-1931), who did much to preserve the history of the area and whose extensive library became the nucleus of the Pack Memorial Library’s North Carolina Collection. The name of this website was taken from the title of his 1922 book, Asheville and Buncombe County.”

Rich Richard’s Almanac
“Chronicling my transformation from consumer to citizen and exploring ways to be happy in a post-consumer world.”

Eye on Asheville
“Hello everyone – my name is Del and welcome to my blog. I’m a long time resident of Asheville and an employee of Biltmore Farms Hotels. This blog is to help spotlight great events coming up in the area that you may be interested in attending.”

Asheville Clicks
“See the scenes I’ve seen.”

Black Mountain Birdie
It’s like BlogAsheville, but for Black Mountain.

Sixty-second Parent WNC
The blog for the WNC magazine

Crafty Critter: My Art and Craft-obsessed Musings
“I love ceramics and have an Etsy and an Artfire shop. I also enjoy checking out other shops and occasionally doing a Sneak Attack or Ambush by way of Featured Artist Friday posts. I have also started a List It Tuesday Feature and Snap Shot Sunday.”

Image Asheville
Asheville has a new group photo blog with multiple contributors.  “ImageAsheville is a city photo blog about the events that go on in our wonderful mountain town.”

  • Green Mountain Realty

    There are so many great resources for people to learn about the Asheville area,

  • robin plemmons

    Thanks for the addition & the super super nice words, Jen! Now I have to live up to that. 😉

  • JimmyQuetron

    Please check out The post topics vary from week to week from motivational to event reviews. Thanks!

  • Michelle

    Thanks so much for including us – I have had fun visiting all of the blogs mentioned above.

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