Links You Can Use

Links are an important resource, and we’ve got great links for you, whether you’re a member or not. Below you'll find links for publishers, for authors and more. If you would like to recommend a link, please send it to

Below, please find links to downloadable, free readers and viewers for many of the types of materials you may come across in FPA’s links pages — 

Adobe Reader (For viewing PDF files. Your computer probably already has an Adobe Reader on it; however, you may need a more up-to-date Reader if your computer is an older model.)

Microsoft Excel Viewer (Excel is a spreadsheet/database program. You can open, view and print Excel workbooks, even if you don’t have Excel installed. You can also copy data from Excel Viewer to another program. However, you cannot edit data, save a workbook, or create a new workbook. This download is a replacement for Excel Viewer 97 and all previous Excel Viewer versions.)

Microsoft Word Viewer (Word is a word-processing program. View, print and copy Word documents, even if you don't have Word installed. This download is a replacement for Word Viewer 2003 and all previous Word Viewer versions.)

Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer (PowerPoint Viewer 2007 lets you view full-featured presentations created in PowerPoint 97 and later versions. This viewer also supports opening password-protected Microsoft PowerPoint presentations. You can view and print presentations, but you cannot edit them in the PowerPoint Viewer 2007.)

Microsoft Download Center (Find other free downloads for Microsoft products.)


Specialty Links

See which libraries have your books by searching at WorldCat.

Use to BISAC Subject Headings List to categorize your books for wholesalers, distributors and others.

Find a library (cooperatives, K-12 schools, academic, public and special) at the site of the Florida Department of State, Division of Library and Information Services.

Peruse John Kremer’s lists of contacts for everything from editing to typesetting to marketing and distribution. Sign up to receive his free email newsletter while you’re there.

Editorial Freelancers Association: editorial rates chart


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