Tales of the Talisman Magazine
This is a very classy magazine. Ask anybody. I’m not just saying that because they bought my first story.
TusCon Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Convention
This is a fun little fan-run convention that I’ve been involved with for more years than I want to admit to. And it has the best consuite in southern Arizona!
Romance Writers of America
This is one of the best professional writing organizations out there.
Michael A. Stackpole
Mike is an imaginative writer and has tremendous insight into the current world of publishing.
Dean Wesley Smith
Dean’s blog posts are like taking a university course on indie publishing
Kristine Kathryn Rusch
Kris’s insightful posts have are full of useful information. And she’s a hell of a writer.
The Passive Voice
Passive Guy is a recovering lawyer with a sense of humor. This digest of posts and his take on the current state of publishing is invaluable.
Joe writes thrillers and suspense and his blog is a valuable window on the world of indie publishing.
Her blog is a very intelligent set of observations about a variety of topics, including self-publishing.
I know I can always count on Jo Beverley to give me a good read.
Tara Simone is a chick lit author with a great voice. She also makes me laugh out loud.
Caroline Mickelson writes cozy mysteries and romantic comedy.
Kathleen Kirkwood is the author of several historical romances set in a variety of periods.
Roxy Rogers writes erotic romance with a paranormal twist.
Jill Knowles writes erotic romance and horror. Check her out.
Last Kiss Comics
John Lustig has a twisted sense of humor, even if he is a romantic at heart.
Janni Lee Simner writes lovely, atmospheric fantasy stories and young adult novels.
I like everything I’ve read of Jennifer’s. Her Royal Captive was one of the first historical romances I ever read and her Cheysuli captured my imagination.
Melanie is an amazing writer. I particularly like her contemporary fantasies.
An evolving listing of self-published books.