A collection of reviews, ideas, crafts, tips, etc. for the Latter-day mom On-The-Go
Brick of Mormon Stories
Site related to self-published work entitled Brick of Mormon Stories and efforts families make to help children learn the scripture stories and apply the scriptures to their lives
LDS Art Show
Arnold Friberg’s entire Book of Mormon series is touring the USA. Each work is hand signed by Arnold and a collectors lithograph set in stunning frames and mating.
Scrap by Color
Digital scrapbook freebies and products, LDS themes included
LDS Literature Book Club
A place to gather and discuss your favorite LDS literature and share your testimony.
CompleteLee Music provides updates on Marika Lee’s latest music, including free sheet music for Ward and Relief Society choirs, youth, Primary, BBS quartets, solos, duets and more. Links to other free LDS sheet music sites and other interesting musical tidbits will also be found on this blog. :)
Queen of the Clan
An LDS mother, working from home as a writer, freelance editor, & book reviewer. Come check out the fun stuff about balancing family, church, and work . . . and enjoy the reviews and give-aways!
Linescratchers is about music written by LDS musicians. Not music about the LDS church necessarily, but music written by Latter-day Saints about their emotions and about the world. I created this blog because I’ve been searching online for something like this for years, and have decided it doesn’t exist. I’ve personally selected musicians from all over the country to be interviewed about their music and their lives, information that I believe will enrich our love for these musicians and their music.
Mormons & Film
The Blogging of Aaron Martin on the subject of Mormon Media.
LDS Themed Fabric and More!
LDS Art Collector
The site is about Arnold Friberg ‘s art.
Free Ward Choir Music
What do all ward choirs have in common? Small groups and even smaller budgets.
The Sealed Portion
LDS Arts and Culture
Exploring Mormon culture, the good, the bad, the ugly and the beautiful.
The Lyon’s Tale
Annette Lyon is Utah’s 2007 Best of State Fiction Medalist and the best-selling LDS author of several books, including the historical novels House on the Hill, At the Journey’s End, and her newest book, a retelling of a Shakespeare favorite: Spires of Stone, which was a 2007 Whitney Award finalist for best historical novel.
The Poetic Gospel of Jesus Christ and its Inspiration
The Cricket and Seagull Fireside Chat
Bringing music and interviews to Latter-day Saints and their friends world-wide, The Cricket and Seagull features the unique voices of LDS authors and artists, singers, songwriters, and more. Posted weekly on Fridays.
Passage to Zarahemla
Blog by well-known LDS writer and producer, Chris Heimerdinger. Primary focus on the LDS film and entertainment.
An expression of my sincere faith.
A Firm Foundation
Interesting information and discussion about a variety of current and past religious topics, especially those related to Mormonism.
A Ton of Authors and a Wannabe
When you get a ton of authors and one public relations director together, you would think all we talk about is books. Read our blog and you will learn we talk about a lot more.
The mission of Segullah is to encourage literary and artistic talent, provoke thought and promote greater understanding and faith among Latter-Day Saint women.
Mormon Renaissance seeks to perfect the craft, critical discernment, and the quality of Mormon artistic efforts by promoting current Mormon artists and scholars and encouraging participation in the critical conversation.
General musings, some poetry, Scripture Study Aids.
A Soldier Finds Faith
A Soldier on his way to Iraq, finds faith in Jesus Christ!
Toward an LDS Cinema
To challenge, develop, define, and encourage a cinema influenced and created by Latter-Day Saint doctrines.
I tribute two events: a son leaving on a mission and following the prophets counsel to read the book of mormon by the end of the year (2005)to be the inspiration behind my poetry/ songwriting. Most of which are based on talks by General Authorities.
Supporting LDS fiction and LDS authors
Listing of new releases of LDS fiction with promo blurbs and links. Blog readers are encouraged to comment on and to rate the individual books.
From Where I Sit
The thoughts of a Mormon mother and author on LDS thought, writing, publishing, life and simply staying sane, especially in finding balance between what we know we should do and what we want to do.
Promoting the appropriate use of the Web to spread information about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. By Larry Richman, the Director of Internet Coordination for the Church.
It wasn’t really so, but it seemed to be
The Ward Choir Network – sing.accompany.rehearse.conduct.rejoice
Designed to assist those who direct, accompany, and sing in the local choirs of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Includes forums and free PDF exercises to help choirs improve.
An LDS musical missionary invites you to “Please pull up a chair and stay awhile!” Here you may read spiritual messages that celebrate the power of music, and praise the tender mercies of our Savior Jesus Christ.
BYU 201st Ward Literature and Literacy
Discussion board for Mormons exploring literature and film.
“His greatest creation is himself.” – Harold Bloom
Dedicated to helping LDS authors successfully navigate the LDS publishing world
Dennis’ Liken Blog
Online journal of writer and director of Liken movies.
The “Small Plates” of a Mormon Girl
Inspirational quotes, mostly, and my online testimony!
This blog is for Latter-day Saints who love to read. It is a place to tell about books you have read and see what others recommend both in the LDS market and the national market. If you would like to be able to post to this site e-mail Jennifer and you can be added as an author.
LDS Writers Blogck
There’s a group of new LDS writers on the block. This blog details our struggle in our quest to become published in the LDS market. LDS Writers Blogck is Sponsored by Authors Incognito.
“Am I not a woman and a sister?”
“BestBooks is a record of all of the books that I have read since November 2004, with brief descriptions and reviews.”
A Motley Vision
Mormon Arts and Culture