Friday, March 13, 2009

And Now For Something Completely Different...

Helen Ginger’s site has focused on social networking this week:
Straight From Hel

New group on Face Book – Just Say No To Monthly Paid Facebook!
Just Say No To Monthly Paid Facebook

Some great YA sites & blogs:
Teens Read Too
YA Books Central
Professor Nana
Fireplace Cozy
Reading Rants


The Center for the Book – lists book festivals:
Center for the Book

Find any library:
Web Junction

Find any newspaper:
Newspapers

Find any radio station:
On The Radio

And in World Baseball news, the Netherlands beat the Dominican Republic!!
Sports Illustrated

* Look, Marvin! I figured out the links!

7 comments:

Helen Ginger said...

What great links, Diane! I'm especially interested in the one to book festivals, both because I Chair for the Texas Book Festival, but also because I'm always on the lookout for good writer events for my newsletter.

And thank you for the link to Straight From Hel.

Marvin D. Wilson said...

Lots of great links here, good post - thanks! I've also followed Helen Ginger's week long primer course for newbie bloggers and it's great.

Lynnette Labelle said...

Great links. Helen's series has been fantastic. Glad you mentioned it.

Lynnette Labelle
http://lynnettelabelle.blogspot.com

~Sia McKye~ said...

You're a font of information today Diane! I'm jealous with the ease you have with links and embeds. I was doing a cabbage happy dance with learning how to do normal links--after about 20 tries. lolol! That was a few months ago.

Learning new stuff every day. :-)

L. Diane Wolfe said...

Thanks everyone. I've just spent a great many years gathering information...

Happy to mention your blog, Helen!

And it's taken me forever to learn how to do the links - just ask Marvin!

Carolyn Howard-Johnson said...

Bacon's Directory is good for finding media outlets, too. And it's free at your library--don't know about the Web but it's there, too!

Carolyn Howard-Johnson
Blogging at Writer's Digest 101 Best Website pick, www.sharingwithwriters.blogspot.com

Mayra Calvani said...

Thanks for sharing the resources, Diane. i'm particularly interested in those YA sites for my books. :-)