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I’m a member of Holly’s Writing Classes and a moderator on the forum on the same website. This is one of the more stable writers’ groups I’ve found on the internet, and well worth the investment in time and money. Holly Lisle teaches a number of courses and clinics, ranging from beginner to career level classes, and hosts a Writers’ Group Builder on her forums. You can pick up a How to Write Flash Fiction That DOESN’T Suck class and join the forum for FREE. Or, take my word for it, and just sign up for my personal favorite: How To Revise Your Novel.
The Holly’s Writing Classes Community was named one of Writers Digest’s 101 Best Sites for Writers for 2020.
I’m also a founder and participant in the Story Time Blog Hop, an internet get-together and show off of sci-fi and fantasy writer’s that’s been going strong since 2015. The stories here aren’t necessarily intended for children, but we keep the “rating” around PG.
My own, personal stories–both Storytime Stories, and others, are here.
You can catch the stories from all of the writers on the Storytime Blog Hop here… At least, I think I’m mostly caught up with adding them.
Be sure you leave my friends a comment or two. They’d love to hear from you.
And if you’d like to join in next time, check out the rules and guidelines.(via Junetakey.com)
Founded by Alex J. Cavanaugh in 2011, the Insecure Writer’s Support Group is a great place to meet other writers, and bemoan the pitiful size of your coffee pot.
They We post monthly, and signup is here: http://www.insecurewriterssupportgroup.com/p/iwsg-sign-up.html If you don’t have any insecurities, one will be provided for you in the form of a question.
The A-to-Z Blogging challenge is a great way to get into blogging regularly. During the month of April, you blog your way through the alphabet.
And what list of writing communities would be complete without NaNoWriMo and Camp NaNoWriMo? The program is a little hit-or-miss, depending on where I am in my own creative cycle, but the forums can’t be beat, and I always meet some amazing people.