- Facebook Fan Page (The Timekeeper’s Son)
- Twitter: @MikeEMillerBook
- Goodreads Author Page
- Buy The Timekeeper’s Son on Amazon
- Buy it at Barnes & Noble. Paperback only until late November.
GoodReads is a great community whether you’re a writer or a reader. It’s a bit like FaceBook, only geared specifically around reading.
Shelfari is a reading community that is run by Amazon. In my opinion, it isn’t nearly as mature as Goodreads and isn’t as friendly for writers, but it is a budding community.
- The Indie Book Blog Database
This site offers reviews in exchange for a free copy of your book. They prefer physical copies, but will accept ebooks. They also have a directory of bloggers who will do book reviews.
- 55 Word Challenge
Wednesday challenge where the name says it all. Fifty-five words. No more, no less.
Every thursday, spin a tale between 100-250 words based on a single sentence prompt.
- Friday Fictioneers
Friday 100-word challenge based on a picture prompt.
- Friday Picture Show
Friday, 100-word challenge based on a picture prompt.
- Grammar Book
This is a very nice site that gives a helpful listing of grammar rules for each type (e.g. commas, capitalization). The site also has a blog that contains grammar tips.
- Grammar Girl
Great site for grammar tips, particicularly when you’re looking for correct usage – like affect vs. effect or who vs. whom.
- Novel Publicity & Co.
This is a marketing company for authors, but it also contains many helpful articles.
- Ask David
Provides basic web promotion for your book through the site. Boasts a high number of Twitter followers and Facebook fans.
- Readers Favorite
Provides free reviews in exchange for a copy of your book.
- Addicted to eBooks
Provides basic web promotion for your book. They also allow you to promote your free days.
- Arm Chair Interviews
Provides free reviews in exchange for a copy of your book. You book must be accepted.
- Editor’s Blog
This is a great blog that covers many different topics on writing including a great post on point of view.
- Advanced Fiction Writing
This site was created by Randy Ingermanson, the guy who created the Snowflake Method. There’s a bunch of stuff on there he charges for, but there is a good overview of his method, too.