“not a blog” is the comical name given to public speaker and author Josh Riebock’s inspirational, thought-provoking, and rather intense blog. It doesn’t really have a single main topic – he mostly just asks important questions that we should all ask ourselves. He does this by implementing both fictional and real stories that he writes himself, and the imagery he uses is incredible – which is good, because he doesn’t typically post pictures. All 5 of the most recent posts stay consistent with the theme of figuring out what life means. There actually isn’t much mention of God and Christianity by name, but the things he says are distinctly Christian-esque.
I would definitely read this blog again. There’s something about Josh and his writing that just entices me. I would definitely recommend this blog to anyone who is looking for answers on life, love, and anything really. I don’t thing you even necessarily have to be a Christian to appreciate this blog and everything it is.
Josh is amazing. And he proves that yet again with this insightful blog.
The title of this blog is, quite creatively, called “Car and Driver Blog” and it’s the official car news blog of the popular motoring magazine Car and Driver. Most of its columnists contribute to this blog, and it’s not really controlled by one specific person.
The main focus of this blog is news and reviews relating to the newest cars being produced. The last five entries are all about car news, and therefore are consistent with this focus. The writing style of these columnists is professional and informative, with occasional integration of humor to keep the reader interested in the article. The only pictures in the posts are pictures of new cars and car concepts (prototypes or illustrations of pending designs), and they are there to draw the readers’ attention to the cars they are reviewing or to provide a more solid, visual representation of the car they are describing in the article.
Also, most of the cars are gorgeous, so of course they’d put a picture of them in the article.
I have read this blog before and will most definitely continue to because cars interest me, and that’s that. I would highly recommend this blog to anyone who is a fan of cars and wants the latest scoop on new models and developments within the industry.
And I leave you with a picture of the new Corvette. Enjoy.