Other places to find me on the Interwebs:
I had a MySpace page, but it died of loneliness. I also bucked the trend and recently deleted my Twitter page. It just required too much mental effort to be witty with so few characters. Plus all these porn stars kept following me there. Go figure.
Cool Sites (and useful organizations) for aspiring writers:
Guppies — an online chapter of Sisters in Crime, which is a great organization that aims to promote greater recognition and respect for women mystery writers
RWA — Romance Writers of America. Even if you don’t write romance, join this organization. They provide great information on the business end of writing – how to format a manuscript, how to approach an agent, how to find a critique group. Lots of fun conferences every year too.
WOW – Writers’ Online Workshops. Great writing classes online from Writer’s Digest magazine.
Some great sites from fellow writers. Some are personal friends, others are just brilliant writers. Some of them have turned blogging into an art form.
Ann Whitaker — Chick lit with a Texas twang. Also, there are dogs, so how can you go wrong?
Cara Marsi — Writes classy romances, some with humor and some with suspense, and some with both. Some also with cats, which could be even better than dogs, depending on whether or not you’re me.
Jungle Red Writers — a fun group blog by a lot of the best (women) mystery writers working today.
The Bloggess — the funniest woman on the Internet. I kid you not.
Terrible Minds — the hilarious and often profane thoughts of author Chuck Wendig. He also offers up lots of insightful advice on writing. You know, things like “stop reading this blog and go write.”
Neil Gaiman — Enough said.