- camp nanowrimo: a more open-ended version of the original November event. Camp sessions are in both April and July; word-count goals between 10,000 and 1,000,000. In addition, writers may attempt non-novel projects. Camp is a creative retreat for whatever you’re working on!
- Figment: a community where you can share your writing, connect with other readers, and discover new stories and authors.
- Janet Reid: literary agent and QKU.
- Miss Snark: Where Miss Snark vented her wrath on the hapless world of writers and crushed them to sand beneath her T.Rexual heels of stiletto snark. The blog is dark--no further updates after 5/20/2007.
- Mysterious Matters: Mystery Publishing Demystified: designed to educate and entertain both writers and readers of mystery and suspense novels with tips, comments, and the inside story of the mystery publishing business.
- Nanowrimo: an annual (November) novel writing project that brings together professional and amateur writers from all over the world.
- offtheshelf: the site is your guide to (re)discover titles that you may have missed over the years. Whether it's an unearthed cult classic or a beloved bestseller, you can check back every day for a brand new book recommendation.
- Publisher's Marketplace: marketplace for publishing professionals to find critical information and unique databases, find each other, and to do business better electronically
- Query Shark: How To Write Query Letters ... or, really, how to revise query letters so they actually work
- slushplie: one of the oldest sites on publishing and writing on the Internet. It features publishing news, book reviews, and gossip.
- The Writer: a monthly magazine for writers
- Writer Digest: aimed at beginning and established writers. It contains interviews, market listings, calls for manuscripts, and how-to articles.
- Writers in the Storm: helping writers weather the storm within: self doubt, rejection, deadlines, and balancing our writing passion with everyday life. Not to mention the storm raging outside - the paradigm shift in the publishing industry.
- YA Book Blog Directory: a comprehensive list of various Young Adult Book Blogs