Last Updated: February 9, 2014
H. Beam Piper Encyclopedia at Wikispaces
A really nice project aimed at compiling an encyclopedia derived from all those clues, off-hand references, tid-bits and loose ends that H. Beam Piper left scattered all through his stories like a marvelous trail of breadcrumbs.
Historian on the Edge
A history-oriented blog. Some good stuff there.
Another history-oriented blog that is very readable, not dry and boring.
Hundreds of French comics characters that are in the process of getting translated and transferred over to the English-speaking part of the world. There are some fascinating characters in this lot.
Holly Lisle's Web-Empire
This author will give you plenty to think about and reading her blog, or sifting through her site's cornucopia of resources will we time well spent. She can improve your writing just by listening to her advice. Her articles on Worldbuilding are very well thought out and very much worth reading. Her article on Why Everyone Shouldn't Like You is highly recommended, as is her tongue in cheek piece on How to Write Suckitudinous Fiction.
H. P. Lovecraft Archive
The one-stop spot for just about everything the old gentleman from Providence ever wrote and then some.
H.P.Lovecraft's Commonplace Book Online
Yep. All his scribbled little secrets can now be yours with but a click of the mouse.
H. P. Lovecraft's Copyright Status: Black Seas of Copyright
Essential information for anyone getting tangled-up with the Mythos.
Late Medieval Norse Recreationists who can teach you a few things about what life was actually like, and how things got done back then. Very worthwhile site.