As usual, I've found some great articles for you, and with the headings I've added, you can skim the topics and see what you like (seriously wondering why I didn't think of this earlier) rather than reading a preliminary summary.
Content Writing Can Be Real Writing: Ann Wayman, guest posting at Get Paid to Write Online, breaks down the history of web content and why those who write it are still not considered “real writers” in some circles. And there is some truth to it. A lot of the copy on the web is still fairly bad, but there are writers who get paid well for what they do and produce quality content.
Creating God: Religion in Fantasy, part 2: Since I mentioned part 1 of this series at Fantasy Faction last week, it seems only natural to include a link to the second part today. Here Amy Rose Davis continues the series by looking at faith in the fantasy on both a grand and personal scale.
Zealotry in Fiction: This, not surprisingly, is another Fantasy Faction post. While not part of the Creating God series, it clearly goes well with it. Hence, this article by Tegan Beechey can add further points to consider as you create your fantasy world, with religions and their followers (and zealots).
13 Ways to Impress an Agent: If you're looking to publish your work with a big publishing house, you will need to know how to impress a literary agent. Luckily, Rachelle Gardner tells you how to to do just that in her article here (along with the obvious, which is to have a great book).
7 Ways To Turn Visitors Into Fans: Your author web page is set up, and you've even managed to generate some traffic. Now what? This post from Writer's Relief tells you how to make your website more interactive to turn followers into fans.
Have a wonderful, productive Friday and a great weekend!