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.
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.
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.