Blogs from across the county will be showcased on an interactive map
Writing habits in the digital age are changing with millions of people using internet 'blogging' as a way of putting their views out to the world.
Made in England, a joint BBC project with the Arts Council and Writers' Centre Norwich exploring in creativity England, encouraged people to start blogging their thoughts on the place they live and love.
On St George's Day - Thursday, 23 April, 2009, Blogging Norfolk asked you to submit your blogs, so we could plot them on an
to take a snapshot of the day.
"'Blogging' is effectively a 'web log'. Think of a captain's log on a ship marking their progress - it is a little like that. With a blog, you can write your own log, but host it on a web page," said Nathan Hamilton, from Writers' Centre Norwich.
"It can be in diary form - a regular update of what you're doing, what you're thinking and what you're imagining," he added.
Simon Scarrow is best known for his Eagle series of Roman Military fiction, set in the territories of the Roman Empire, covering the second invasion of Britain and the subsequent prolonged campaign. To date there are eight books in the series.
Simon finds Norfolk a great inspiration for writing and often takes himself away from his house and spends time thinking at Winterton-on-Sea.
For that very reason Simon's Norfolk Blog is called 'Winterton' and can be found on the map at Winterton-on-Sea.
Gervelie was born in the Republic of the Congo in 1995. She came to Norwich with her father as a refugee.
In 2008 she collaborated with two writers and an illustrator to produce a book about her experiences, 'Gervelie's Journey' (Refugee Diary).
Lisa D'Onofrio is an Italian-Australian living in Norwich.
She has worked in the community arts field for twenty years, was formerly the Literature Development Officer for Norfolk, and now runs a project which aims to encourage looked after children to enjoy reading and access libraries.