Every so often, I try to blog links to help those of us who write paranormal fiction find more information on whatever their particular monster/hero/supernatural element is. Today is one of those rainy days when I feel like sitting here browsing the net instead of working, with an occasional bit of writing here and there, but looking around for new ideas or old information or something just generally creepy and/or helpful. So I'll share my travels with you.
The Virginia RWA webpage has a series of links for writers of paranormal, including vampires and werewolves, two of our favorite species! Their link page is here - http://www.virginiaromancewriters.com/Links/paranormallinks.html
Answers.com wants more input on who writes paranormal fiction, so you can check them out here - http://www.answers.com/topic/paranormal-fiction
Kimberly Lorenz offers tips on worldbuilding at - http://www.helium.com/items/1526551-worldbuilding-tips-for-science-fiction-and-fantasy
Science Fiction Link offers a set of links for writers of science fiction and fantasy, which can also be useful - http://www.author-network.com/sfiction.html
And don't forget Writer's Digest, who offer a note about BEA, but also have links to general writing info, markets and conferences - http://www.writersdigest.com/bea
These are just a few of the places you can go for help, inspiration or just to waste a few minutes before getting back to your writing. The point is, if you don't write it, no one will read it... so get busy writing!