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fictional blogs

Fictional blog roundup: my warmongering alter-ego Caesar has inspired some other historical blogs, such as Cleopatria and Eusebius (who didn’t really take to blogging, it appears). I’m quite fond of Snoop Doggy Blog, and tha Doggfather is now joined by Britney in the pantheon of popstar-bloggers.

Of course, there’s a whole history of online-journal people doing fiction in their preferred format, which you could explore via the DMOZ. And let’s not forget Dracula, which is just begging to be turned into a group blog or series of blogs…

10 comments on "fictional blogs"

  1. A different D says:

    And the guy who wrote the God Blog, but he stopped after seven days

  2. D says:

    Oh yeah, that’s good. It’s too bad he’s stopped his regular blog, too…

  3. Eusebius says:

    Yeah, Eusebius must not have been cut out for the whole blogging thing with being a full-time student and working too many hours (but my regular blog remains up and running).

  4. D says:

    Eusebius: I hear ya. It ain’t easy pantomiming an historical figure every day. I’ve taken to prewriting big swaths at a time and pasting the entries in on a daily basis.

  5. Sunny says:

    I have a fictional blog – The Ravenstone Tower Chronicles at:

  6. D says:

    Thanks Sunny, that’s a cool project – hope you keep it up. I’m in the process of reading from the beginning. (Here’s a link to it for the lazy.)

  7. Sunny says:

    Thanx for the link – hope you enjoy reading it – let me know what you think.
    I’ve just created a list for fictional weblogs at If anyone would like to add theirs just email me with the details.
    🙂 Sunny

  8. methyl says:

    and lying mofo, which does famous authors – although it seems kind of sporadic now.

  9. greyskies says:

    well, ive got a fictional blog of sorts here

  10. Chris Gibson says:

    I’ve been trying to get an e-mail to Sunny to say that I had started Ravenstone. My friend Helen found it for me.

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