Friday Links

Happy Friday, everyone! I am quite ready for the weekend, even though in my case it will be somewhat truncated as I’m heading off to the Santa Barbara Writers Conference on Sunday for a couple of days of chatting with writers about their work. It’s going to be an especially poignant conference this year, as Ray Bradbury was a frequent participant and supporter of the event. Still, I am looking forward to it. If you’re attending, please do say hello. I’ll be at the Agent Panel on Monday at 4 pm and then at the Wine & Cheese event that follows.

But today is Friday, which means links for the weekend. I hope you enjoy them and that the weekend is filled with fun and books and maybe a bit of writing. All those little bits add up, after all.

The DOJ Settlement and Why We Should Care – A look at how the DOJ ruling regarding e-book pricing affects writers.

Getty Launches Full-Text Website for Art History Research – Regarding a good new resource for any writers interested in art history or looking to research it for a WIP.

L.A. Times Summer Reading Guide – Because I love lists, and yes, it’s that time of year.

A Book Lover’s Guide to Reading and Walking at the Same Time – A valuable skill to cultivate, in my mind.

And 12 pieces of excellent advice for writers, from the wonderful Ray Bradbury. This is a bit long — nearly an hour — but worth every moment.

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