As a writer, it is not always easy to know which services to trust and which to shun. It is often difficult to find good discussion forums, advice, and book reviewers.
I recently stumbled across the 101 Best Websites for Authors, and hereby decided to share with you some of my favorites:
Agentquery (agentquery.com) is a database of reps and the material they seek.
Associationof Authors' Representatives (aaronline.org) allows viewers to search reputable representatives and more.
RedSofa Literary (redsofaliterary.com) allows viewers access to good submission tips and other advice, as well as interviews with publishing pros and authors.
LiteraryRambles (caseylmccormick.blogspot.com) looks at individual agents seeking new clients in different genres.
PubRants (pubrants.blogspot.com) discusses about every facet of publishing and submissions.
QueryTracker (querytracker.net) helps you seek agents and track your submission progress.
RachelleGardner (rachellegardner.com) allows viewers to engage in discussions on open-ended writing and publishing questions.
Writing(writing.com) allows you to share work, enter contests, join circles, etc.