It’s Friday, it’s May, and good links abound.
Nathan Bransford thinks writing is like wrestling.
Victoria Strauss explains what the Google Books settlement means for you.
Steven Hart notes the literary connection to a New Jersey bridge I know pretty well.
How much does a bestselling novelist earn? Lynn Viehl lets readers see her royalty statement.
Here’s a neat blog about 19th-century literature: Wuthering Expectations.
Adrian Murdoch asks: Can you monetize antiquities?
Dave is hosing the latest installment of the “When on Google Earth” contest. Can you identify the site he’s posted?
The artist who made the paintings for the TV series Good Times has done pretty well for himself.
In 1985, a story in Dragon magazine saw the future of online gaming. Here’s “Catacomb” by Henry Melton.
If someone held a Bad Covers of Whitesnake contest, this would win.