Free e-magazine with helpful tips for new writers andinfo on self-publishing. I found Emily Harstone's AUTHORS PUBLISH article, "The Top 25 Publishers for New Authors," through a Sister's in Crime link.
Each Other vs. One Another
QuickandDirtyTips.com weighs in with the history and current controversy. For myself, I prefer old school, with "each other" applying to two, and "one another" applying to three or more. Example: The alien pair congratulated each other for defeating the vampires, whilst in the dark beneath the floorboards, the dozen surviving vampires whispered to one another, "Come sunset, the aliens will be ours."
Lay vs. Lie
At WritersDigest.com, Brian A. Klems explains all, complete with chart!
SFWA's (Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America) manuscript format guidelines.
My Little Corner
Short story author Sandra Seamans shares useful info for mystery writers and listings of mystery short story markets in her award-winning blog.
Proper Manuscript Format
William Shunn's short story format template.
Best site to find online/print genre fiction. Ralan Conley, a fantastic writer by the way, created this multiple-award-winning website. I have found much wonderful reading here, not to mention great places to submit my work!
Short Fiction Mystery Society
Check out their Markets for Mystery and Crime Short Fiction.
Sisters in Crime (National)
I am a member of this great organization for mystery writers. There are many local chapters too, with regular meetings. LA Sisters in Crime has fantastic guest speakers.
Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI)
I have been a long time member of SCBWI, and have watched it grow into the best resource for authors and illustrators of books for the younger set.