Okay. . . so I didn’t post my Where I’m at Wednesday by midnight. Oops! I was working on it last night, but consequently fell asleep.
So. . .Let’s get writers plugged in!
-are basically online writers groups.
These are just a small collection of my favorite forums, and can help you too.
by Harper Collins
Authonomy is one of my favorite forums. Authors can upload [minimally] 10,000 words, receive feedback, and get helpful tips to strengthen their work. By submitting your project(s), the goal is to reach the “Editors Desk”. If your submission gains popularity and climbs to the top of the chart, it could be viewed by ‘scouting’ agents.
But, it isn’t necessary to upload your work. You can read, review other people’s projects, and/or join the discussions on various topics.
This website is a forum of forums. It has pretty much anything you can conceive a writer’s needs.
I love Writer’s Digest! There are so many things: helpful tips, tutorials, online classes, the list goes on and on. This is a website that not only wants your work to shine, but also wants you to engage other writers.
Believe it or not, Goodreads has many forums that you can join. It is a great outlet for writers as well as readers.
A creative writing forum dedicated to all writing, where writers can discuss publishing, plot, character development, and word mechanics.
And who can forget. . .
or National Novel Writing Month
NaNoWriMo is an annual incentive to get people to write a novel within the month of November. It is huge! For those who are participating this year I wish you the best of luck.
The forum has many helpful things, and can plug you in with fellow writers.