Whoever loves to create their own world and make a story out of it, you should most definitely have a look at these writing communities, where you can share your work with others.

  • Protagonize
    “Protagonize is an online creative writing community based in Vancouver, BC, Canada which was established in 2007 . It is owned and operated by Taunt Media. The site caters to both amateur and experienced authors interested in online collaborative creative writing, and is currently home to over 32,100 pieces of writing and 126,000 pages, and has over 22,000 members from around the world.” Protagonize has FAQs that give detailed information about how the site works, which sets it apart from many other less well-organized writing communities.
    Source: http://publishedtodeath.blogspot.gr/2014/12/where-readers-are-15-reading-and.html#sthash.sP5449MQ.dpuf
  • WEbook
    WEbook is geared towards discovering new writers and helping them on their path to publication. It brings together writers, readers, and literary agents, WEbook was launched in 2008, with corporate offices based in New York City.
    In addition to providing a venue for writers to reach an audience, WEbook actively helps writers find agents through their AgentinBox service. This service pre-screens query letters, guaranteeing that queries will meet industry standards, and allows writers to choose agents from the list of those interested in specific genres. Writers can also easily tailor manuscript samples to make sure every agent gets what they’re looking for—AgentInbox will automatically match each agent with the right sample version. Because the ultimate goal of writers joining WEbook is to get an agent (and get published), the copy/paste function is blocked on this website.
    Source: http://publishedtodeath.blogspot.gr/2014/12/where-readers-are-15-reading-and.html#sthash.JQftv809.dpufFor a more simple explanation of what WEbook is all about just click on this link: https://vimeo.com/1051446
  • WritersCafe
    WritersCafe is an online writing community where artists can post their work, get reviews, befriend other writers, and much more …
    -Post your poetry, short stories, novels, scripts, and screenplays
    -Get reviews and advice from thousands of other writers
    -Enter hundreds of free writing contests
    -Join writing groups or start your own
    -Take and subscribe to free online writing courses
    -Search publishers, literary agents, and literary magazines
    -Befriend and subscribe to other writers
    -Save your favorite writing to your own library
    -Easily share your writing with all your friends
    Source: http://www.writerscafe.org/


Whoever has any suggestions, or want to mention their favourite writing community, make it known on the comment section below and tell us your experience on that site.


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