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4thewords is an online writing platform which motivates writers of all backgrounds to increase their word count through gamification. Writing can be challenging, especially when you need to consistently produce a high output of words. By injecting a little fun into that routine, and using daily rewards to promote a healthy writing habit, 4thewords makes it easier to reach those word count goals.

 

We’re a community of bloggers, professional authors, college and high school students, research scientists, gamers and first time writers from all over the world. Come for the words, stay for the fun!

4theWords is a pay service with a free 30 day trial. Click here for pricing details.

We are a group of individuals drawn together through a passion for literature, writing, and our interest in the future of publishing. Our aim is to bring together authors, readers, and publishers in an attempt to find new talent while sharing and promoting great writing.

It can be difficult to get your foot in the door with a great publishing company, but we believe that there are many talented writers with undiscovered potential out there. For this reason, we run a line of creative writing competitions to challenge writers to create unique work that can showcase their personal storytelling ability. Authors that are chosen from these competitions will be granted an opportunity to see their works published by Almond Press. Our collections are read by genre enthusiasts from around the world, and this creates an invaluable opportunity for aspiring authors to share their work.

All proceeds from our publications go towards running short story competitions and promoting aspiring writers like yourself.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/AlmondPress

Twitter: www.twitter.com/AlmondPress

YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC6o8T5Ac3LASl6QyFftLxlQ

Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/AlmondPress

For Reading Addicts is brought to you by a team of literary-mad writers and editors, who propagate the pages with all the bookish info we can find. Whether it’s news, reviews or the latest releases you’ll find the lot around site making us a bookish hive for you buzzy bibliophiles.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/forreadingaddicts

Twitter: www.twitter.com/reading_addicts

Instagram: instagram.com/for_reading_addicts

Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/kathcross33/for-reading-addicts

Tumblr: forreadingaddicts.tumblr.com

Free Writing Events is a newsletter and Twitter account run by developmental editor Mica Scotti Kole. Every month, Mica compiles a list of free online contests, pitch parties, and other events for writers, and posts them to her website events calendar. She will then break these events down into a monthly newsletter digest and blog post (and promote them--and many other Twitter games and chats--on Twitter). Her aim is to help authors and poets of all stripes find ways to build their writing resume at no cost. Mica also offers editing services at below market rate for this same reason.

Twitter: twitter.com/writevent (aka @writevent)

Editing: micascottikole.com/editing

Newsletter: tinyletter.com/writevent

Founded in January 2015, this group was initially designed as a way for me to support indie authors by reading their work and featuring them on my website. Since then it has evolved into a valuable resource and support system for authors who have or would like to self-publish.

 

With the help of some patient and efficient moderators, Support Indie Authors fights to help indie authors rise above the stigma that is self publishing, as well as serves to provide a supportive environment for those who want to share experiences, ask for help, and simply find some friends with common goals.  

Facebook: www.facebook.com/SupportForIndieAuthors

Twitter: twitter.com/SupportIndieAut

Goodreads: www.goodreads.com/group/show/154447-support-for-indie-authors

Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/supportindieauthors

The Wasatch Writers Fellowship exists to help writers write and be read. Whether you'd like to connect with top agents, editors or publishers, share your work with the community, or simply finish something you’ve been working on for ages, we can work together to realize your dreams. Our writers create fiction or nonfiction, short stories, poetry, novels, screenplays, journalism & more. Ultimately, we exist to help new and experienced writers alike meet their goals.

 

Local to northern Utah, we host dedicated writing sessions almost every day, both online and in person. Connect with us online, or stop in the next time you're in town. You'll always find a friend with the Fellowship.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/wasatchwritersfellowship

Twitter: twitter.com/wasatchwriters

Instagram: www.instagram.com/writersfellowship

Discord: invite.gg/writersfellowship

MeetUp: www.meetup.com/Wasatch-Writers-Fellowship

Winning Writers finds and creates quality resources for poets and writers. It was founded by Jendi Reiter and Adam Cohen in 2001. We are located in Western Massachusetts.

We sponsor four annual contests: the Wergle Flomp Humor Poetry Contest (no fee), the North Street Book Prize for self-published books, the Tom Howard/John H. Reid Fiction & Essay Contest, and the Tom Howard/Margaret Reid Poetry Contest. You may read the winning entries from our past War Poetry Contest and Sports Fiction & Essay Contest here.
 

We are one of the “101 Best Websites for Writers” (Writer's Digest, 2015-2018) and one of the “100 Best Websites for Writers” (The Write Life, 2016). Read a comprehensive review of our resources for writers at ServiceScape.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/winningwritersinc

Twitter: www.twitter.com/winningwriters

YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/WinningWriters​

Newsletter: winningwriters.com/the-best-free-literary-contests/free-winning-writers-newsletter

WriteHive is a resource platform for people who love writing. Our mission is to bring literary professionals, hobbyists, and newcomers to one place, where they can share their experience, find community, and gain knowledge. We’re focused on making meaningful connections with individuals and organizations providing value to the writing community. We support writers, editors, designers, formatters, agents, publishers, and more!

            If you have been looking for a place to belong, you’ve found it. Join the Hive.

Convention: WriteHive2020 - www.writehive.org

This free, virtual convention runs 48 consecutive hours, from 18 April to 19 April 2020, and includes video panels, audio discussions, workshops, critique groups, presentations, Q&As, and more from industry pros and newbies alike!

Discord: discord.gg/NKH9NEj

Podcast: The Buzz - https://anchor.fm/writehive

New episodes on Wednesdays.

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