This is my hodge podge collection of sites that help me research, edit and format my books. Maybe you’ll find some resources that help you, too:
Awesome Indies–find great Indie books by category
Novelists Inc.--for multi-published authors
Berkeley Data Lab – Part of the UC Berkeley library system
Data and Story Library – An online library of datafiles and stories that illustrate the use of basic statistics methods, from Carnegie Mellon
Godchecker: about gods and goddess
GoPubMd: Science and medical search
National Archives--all things American
Sacred Text Archive: free books on religion, mythology, folklore and more.
SpaceRef Websites: 21 news and reference web sites
Smithsonian–museum and research center
TIGER – From the US Census Bureau, detailed data about roads, railroads, rivers, and zip codes.
UCLA Statistics Data Sets – Some of the data that UCLA stat uses in their labs and assignments.
Scribd (digital ms)
Smashwords (digital formats)
Teachers Pay Teachers (Teachers Only)
If you’d like to be added to this list, leave a comment with your information. Thanks.