First off, if you are an author or want to be an author, read these two books before doing anything else:
Artists, Illustrators, and Cover Art:
Tessa Sentel – http://www.tessasental.com
Custom art, illustrations, and maps. She created the map of Ferrin that you can find in Season Two of the Dragon Masters.
Adam Hall – http://www.aroundthepages.com
Adam did all the covers for the Dragon Masters series and many of the covers in the Future Chronicles Anthologies.
Yoly – Cormar Covers – http://www.cormarcovers.com
Yoly has done all of the Lost Tales of Powers, including the bundles and the audio covers. She has premades, and various levels of custom work.
Go On Write – http://www.goonwrite.com
My first stop for premade covers. The cover for The Null came from them. They also do custom work but I only ever used their premades.
Editors and Formatters:
Ellen Campbell – http://ellencampbell.thirdscribe.com/
She edited a few short works for me, and has been an editor of several of the Future Chronicles. Top notch editor.
Therin Knite – http://tknitewrites.com/author-services/
She has formatted all of my print books. She also formats ebooks, and offers services as an editor
Robert Frazier – https://www.facebook.com/robert.frazier.5437
He offers first pass proofreading.
MailerLite – https://www.mailerlite.com/invite/3c893dc4f7
I currently use MailerLite for my newsletter service. They have excellent customer service, very reasonable pricing, and all the automation that I need. If you sign up via the link above we both get a $20 credit.
MailChimp – https://mailchimp.com
Before switching to MailerLite I used MailChimp. They are the defacto standard of email newsletters. They are a lot more expensive than MailerLite and customer service is slower to respond but they have the reputation for being rock solid for longer than MailerLite existed.