Web Site of Interest to Writers
Science Fiction and Fantasy Wnters of America - www.SFWA.org by SFWA. Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators: www.SCBWl.org .
Writers Digest www.writersdigest.com
100Words.com - www 100Words.com by 100 Words staff. A website devoted to training writers to develop a daity writing habit. Contributors must submit 100 words every day (except 1) for a calendar month; any less and your writing submissions are removed. BEWARE:Of course, you can read the submissions of others, However, many submissions include heavy doses of profanity, and most are best described as "drivel." The website has no subscription fee.
Writers Haunt http://writershaunt.toogroagency.com/
Wntlng. Com http://www.wntmg.com! THE online community for writers.
Free membership Includes an onhne wnting portfolio Post your work and get feedback from our community of fresh, creative minds! Improve Your Writing!
A WEB OF 800 ONLINE DICTIONARIES. http://www.facstaff.bucknell.edu/rbeard/diction.html
Dictionary Help from Merriam-Websterhttp: /twww.merriam-webster.coml
Alpha Dictionary developed by Dr. Robert Beard, Bucknell University. http:/twww.alphadictionary.com!index.shtml
Ask Dr. Format http://www.screenplay com!t-Dr_Formataspx Screenplay issues
Working Writer, http://www.workmgwriter1.comi - for and by people who write-guidelines to submit articles to the newsletter.
Published bi-monthly, Working Writer is filled With articles on writing, promotion, freelancing, publishing, different genres, how-to, and how-nat-to. WW offers tips and solid info from writers across the country, served up With a large dose of humor and a spirit of writing-camaraderie.
You'll enjoy helpful and entertaining features such as Words That Need To Be Permanently Retired, Abecedarian Comer (Inspiration for Aspiring Scribes). Two Cents' Worth, and Homophone Hunters. Plus you'll find advice and articles from book marketing experts, children's writers, and much published authors.
Your Critique Partners
Your Critique Partners is open to any member of the CCWriters (Collierville Christian Writers Group) and Writers Night Group. This is how it works:
You may send up to three pages of an article, story, or poem(s) to Susan Reichert, Coordinator of Your Critique Partners.
All submissions MUST be double-spaced, except for poetry.
No cover sheet needed.
We only accept Email submissions. Your responses returned via email.
Send to firstname.lastname@example.org with Your Critique Partners in the subject line.
DO NOT put your name or other obvious identity on the submissions itself.
We feel the first three pages are extremely important for a writer who intends to submit to an editor when they are finished with their article or story, etc.
There are three anonymous critiquing partners along with Susan. She will submit your work to each one of those anonymous critic partners for their comments. Susan will return these to you when they are finished along with the suggestions from the critiquing partners. We cannot guarantee that everyone will respond, or that you will like or agree with his or her feedback. The purpose of this program is to provide you the opportunity to be read by people who don't know who you are and get their response. All participants will remain completely anonymous. No one will know whose writing they are reviewing, and no one will know who provided the comments.