Writing Assists.

keni  •  23 Jul 2021

Yesterday was my WeWork day.
I felt ultra productive though I hadn’t had enough deep sleep.

While I was going over my google drive folders, one thing led to another and I discovered a few useful links with regards to writing… They have a few interesting ways of doing things that would be ideal for our community.

  1. A blockchain idea around content sharing called SteemIt - Steemit.com

  2. A video by one of my favorite authors Neil Strauss - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6LTE1ZY3Zg

  3. A reddit group dedicated to writing - https://www.reddit.com/r/writing/

  4. A reddit post encouraging sharing your work to get feedback - https://www.reddit.com/r/writing/comments/olrd6n/weekly_critique_and_selfpromotion_thread_post/

  5. Critique circle - https://new.critiquecircle.com/landing

  6. A writing competition - https://blog.reedsy.com/creative-writing-prompts/

  7. FB groups:
    The Street Team — Reedsy’s own book marketing group for self-publishing authors.
    10 Minute Novelists — a group for the time-crunched writer.
    Calls for Submissions — for writers looking for publication opportunities.
    Fiction Writers Global — a great resource for information about traditional and self-publishing.
    Writers Unite! — an active group with plenty of support and motivation for novice and experienced writers alike.

  8. The Next Big Writer

This is an international forum where writers can receive feedback on their writing and support on every other part of the creative process from drafting to publishing and marketing.


Awesome list Keni thanks so much! Gonna check them out

jasonleow  •  24 Jul 2021, 2:53 am