Side Effects: Links

Another indie publisher up our alley:

Screamin’ Skull

Artsy, an excellent resource for William Blake’s work – and a whole lot more – can be found here:

Artsy’s William Blake page

And here are some sites about story crafting, sales, publishing, grammar, and much else:

TV Tropes
Superhero Nation
Alan Rinzler
ROH Press
More Novel
Dr. Grammar
Dark Angel
Nathan Bransford
The Swivet
Writer’s Workshop
Letters of Note

A fun self-publishing site:

Buzz, Balls & Hype

Advice on making ebooks:

There really is no easier way to make e-books than this by Hamish Spiers

Book review sites:

HTML Giant
The Millions
POD People
Historical Novel Review
The Lancashire Writing Club

Publisher and agency-related sites:

Preditors and Editors
BookEnds, LLC

For all of the shorts in Nick Cody’s Cata series so far, check out his tumblr page: The Wonders of Cata

Author Mark Porter’s personal site is here: Mark Porter
Check out Mark’s latest projects with writing samples and interviews.

Author Hamish Spiers’ personal site is here: Hamish Spiers
Hamish’s site also includes samples of his artwork.

And here is contributing artist Eric Uhlich’s professional portfolio. In it you can find samples of his design, illustration, and magazine work, along with other projects he has taken on. Eric can be contacted through us.

Finally, here are some pages by writers from all across the spectrum. Check them out for writing tips, contests, or simply a fun read:

Philip van Wulven
P. Chand
Gerald D. Johnston
Joanne Ellis
Suzanna Burke
Patrick Whittaker
Dawn Leslie Mullan
Sybil Nelson
Gail Jackson
Noelle Pierce
T.L. Tyson



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