5 Interesting Links for 6-29-2012

Interesting People

Jack the Ripper is as close to a cultural icon (of a villain) as Western culture has, but a new take on the evidence suggests a huge possibility has been overlooked:


Shopping tips for small households.


Lynette Bonner talks about the importance of presenting yourself well at all stages of the writing journey so others will get a good impression.


The Internet is full of options. Stanford has created a geospatial network model of the Roman world, similar to but not the same as the one I posted back in November. If you’ve got characters moving through this time period or a similar one, it’s worth checking out.


Dean Wesley Smith gives an in-depth analysis of the short story markets and the factors involved in deciding between traditional and indie publishing.

Fall into a world where beauty is a facade, and one elf is pushed beyond reason to rid herself of the smooth-skinned curse. ~ Now available as an eBook: Curve of Her Claw
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