The list of B blogs was harder to weed through because there were many there whose writing style was catchy and appealing to me. It was hard deciding which would make the final cut as my favourites -seeing how the point of this exercise would have been defeated by me linking to them all- and I applied stringent rules. Such as instantly dropping anyone who spent their time journalling about crafts or Christianity. (I prefer my blog-reading with a side of smut and anecdotes, thank you). Although if knitting and Jesus are your thing then by all means know that there in the Bs lurk many who concur.
Belgianwaffle Irish; light and humorous; currently blogging about every place she has lived.
Beth Quist Blog - this has kind of drawn me in. She is reading through the journals her late mother kept and trying to discover morea bout her.
Beyond The Loop - Lovely haunting pictures and words to go with them.
Blogjem I am a fan of visual blogs, and she posts pictures of sights from her daily life in New York. She also has a child recovering from cancer.
Special mention to two blogs whose writing style just appealed to me for some reason and made me care:
Blog Pressure - she is trying to have a baby - instant sympathies- and she has mocked the term babydancing = instant win.
Bilingual Baby - I'm not sure about her idea of writing a letter each day in November, but I quite liked her regular blog and may have to go back once this madness is all over.