Here are links to the various resources I have found. Please feel free to send me additional recommendations or leave suggestions in the comments.
Full time writers blog. Has some great posts about publishing and the industry.
Agency blog with great posts and advice
Agent blog. Great posts and plenty of information on the process agents go through.
Agent blog. Hands down my favorite find. Nathan has a wealth of information on his site that makes it a must read.
Agent blog. Very helpful and informative with well written posts.
Covers Query Letters sent to agents. Very helpful for refining your own query letter into something that might catch an agents attention.
Agent blog. She posts on a variety of topics.
Agent blog. While she doesn’t handle scifi/fantasy genres, her blog is quite good.
Patrick’s blog is awesome. Regularly updated with a great sense of humor. The *best* debut fantasy author I have read in a very long time. He also is great about giving back to the community running quite a few fundraisers for charitable organizations. (As of this writing he is currently auctioning off manuscript reviews for Worldbuilders… which I wish I had the cash for. Even if Pat hated my novel, having it reviewed by him would be awesome.) His debut novel “Name of the Wind” is the best book I read in 2009. I am eagerly waiting its sequel “Wise Man’s Fear” which is due out sometime in 2010. If you enjoy reading fantasy and haven’t read his book yet, go out and get it ASAP.
This is Kelly’s personal website. He is the author of the Ravirn series that I have been reviewing on this site. He has links to his works, discussion groups, and his blog.
This is Jim’s personal website/blog. He is the author of the Princess series that I have been reviewing on this site along with a Goblin series that I will be reviewing at some point. His blog is frequently updated with a variety of topics.
Title says enough. They typically publish the first 3 chapters of new books being released. I have found some great new authors by following this RSS feed. Pyr has been putting out some great books.
Covers novels that are coming out in the fantasy genre.
Reviews new fantasy books coming out.
Reviews new fantasy books coming out. Tia is a writer and a blogger.
Reviews fantasy books
Name says it all. Great variety of books.
Covers a variety of topics pertaining to writing, publishing, and the book industry in general.
Great site for writers. Frequently updated with all sorts of great information.
Name says it all – plenty of information for how to get freelance writing work.
The blog for National Novel Writing Month. A fun annual event – 50,000 words in 30 days.
A site for those just starting out in the writing/publishing realm.
Eric works in a publishing house – a lot of information about the publishing industry. This is a great site to follow.
Site that offers training classes.
Writers Market – [RSS]
The be all and end all of writing resources. Writers Market is the resource everyone seems to recommend for finding the correct agent to query about your work and a whole lot more.