What Is Limebird Writers All About?

Hello you!

Welcome to the ‘About’ section of Limebird Writers. If you’ve clicked over here, you’re probably wondering just what it’s all about. Well, Limebird was created in 2011, designed with writers in mind.

The motto of Limebird is ‘Let Your Creativity Fly’, which links to the fact that everyone needs to let that creativity out. We are a team of writers from the UK, USA and SA who love to write. If you would like to find out more about each team member, then check out our Meet The Team section. Or if you are looking for something specifically, then we have a search bar on the top right of the site.

We saw a great quote by a writer called Leo Rosten which said that “The only reason for being a professional writer is that you just can’t help it”. We think this is great because that’s exactly what writing is like, you just can’t help yourself, it’s something which comes from within and we love that it’s something that anyone can do.

So, this is where Limebird comes in. If you love writing like we all do here, then you’ll appreciate that.

We have some great writers here from a wide range of backgrounds from the world of publishing and copywriting or the music and film world. So, if you’re a budding writer with lots of experience under your belt you may enjoy our daily musings, or if you’re just starting out and want somewhere to come and meet some fellow writers then Limebird is for you.

Also, don’t be afraid to ask us questions if you want to know about whether it’s worth doing a degree in English (we have a few of those between us), or even if you would like some help proofreading or need some inspiration! There are quite a few of us, so keep your eye out for who wrote what underneath the titles.

You can follow us on Twitter here – Limebird Twitter or Facebook or if you have any questions, you can contact us here.

Enjoy and we hope to hear from you soon.

The Limebird Writers x


123 Responses to “What Is Limebird Writers All About?”

  1. Thank you for the information, this looks like a good site for us aspiring writers. We can always use help proofreading and learning about publishers and classes and such.

    • Hi Neeks, thank you for your comment. That’s very kind. Even I need proofreading help daily and I write as a profession. That’s why I love writing, there’s always something to learn! I will have a better look at your site when I’m on a computer! πŸ™‚

  2. Really enjoying the site, I think I’ll be back here often. Keep up the good work!

  3. Love the site, really love the quote!

  4. Looks like a fun site! Can’t wait to poke around in the forums. Plus, I love the name!

  5. This site really looks interesting and deserves a deeper look. Definitely adding it to my rss feed. Also, thanks for liking the post on my own blog!


  6. Really like the site, will definitely be back!

  7. Hi! Stopping by to say thanks for liking my blog post and I’m so glad I did. You have a great site here. I will definitely be swinging by often!

  8. Hi, just wanted to say thank you for liking my blog post. This is all very new and exciting for me but I’ll be having a good look round your site.

  9. This blog is definately going to help me. I’m so glad to have found you! πŸ™‚

  10. Thanks for liking my post! Very gratifying now that NaNoWriMo is over and I am marching onward. I will be following this site!

  11. Beth, this is a really interesting group. I so miss being in England. We lived there in the late 80’s/early 90’s when I was in the USAF. We were in Bicester and loved our four years there. Great job on this group. I will be following and learning from you.


  12. Great site, will definitely be following it. And thanks for liking my post!

  13. This seems to be such an interesting site. It’s an honor that you’re following me. Will definitely follow back. πŸ˜€

  14. Its great to offer proofreading. No author, no matter how talented or fastidious, can proof read their own work.

  15. Thanks for stopping by the 3by3 writing method at wordpress. I think we Lime are attempting to do the same thing – encourage those individuals who want to write and letting them know it is possible to achieve their goal without falling into the same pitfalls as those who went before.

    In addition, although writing is always a solitary process, there are many ways to meet, share and exchange ideas about the process.

    Steve Browne, author, publisher, writer, complainer, owner of many wireless keyboards – http://3by3writingmethod.wordpress.com

  16. guess that needed a little editing before pressing send… sorry

  17. Thanks for the follow πŸ™‚ This sounds an interesting site, look forward to your posts.

  18. This is a great site – thank you for following mine πŸ™‚

  19. I love the team of writer’s you’ve put together. I nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award. My way of saying thanks! πŸ™‚

  20. I liked your quote, too. I definitely write because I can’t help it.Thanks for liking my blog.

  21. What an amazing site. Came to it via 4amWriter http://4amwriter.com/on-the-limey-side/ who had just subscribed to my own humble scribblings. Will definitely follow from now on! Paul, a Limey living in Arizona!

  22. Had no idea this site even existed until now and I think it’s fantastic! What a wonderful site!

  23. Thanks for liking my post and following me – and it’s nice to see writers talking about the importance of proof-reading and editing!

  24. This site looks great! I’m new to using the world of social media beyond keeping up with my ‘real life’ friends past and present on facebook, but I’m stunned by how many wonderful sites and blogs there are already – at the moment I feel as if I’m way back in the queue for a popular nightclub just watching while all the established writers are hustled through to the VIP section!
    They all seem to be US-based though (I’m in London) – are we completely behind in the UK or something?!

    • Hi Sally,

      Thanks for your comment and welcome to Limebird! Well we are a mainly UK based blog! πŸ™‚ 9 out of the 11 of us are in the UK and 2 are in the US!

      We are still a relatively new blog (3 months) but it’s been amazing fun so far! I hope you’ll be back soon πŸ™‚

  25. Um, well…hi. I’m Kate. I guess you could say I’m a comedy writer (I’ve got a full-scale review of the Twilight books going on over at my blog) and internet buddy William sent me over here. Great site you’ve got going, I’ll definitely be back for more.

  26. What a great idea, & started only last year. Last year, FOR THE FIRST TIME IN MY LIFE!! I began a blog, my blog being a first draft of a book I’m writing. I’m getting a feel from the public as I write it, and can then polish & present.

    This is a great site, I will be back. HAPPY NEW YEAR πŸ™‚

  27. Hi — thanks so much for following diabeticredemption.com. I, in turn, will love following your blog — your description sounds fascinating!

  28. Thank you for following my blog, and I hope to read much more of yours – it sounds very interesting and helpful!

  29. This looks goods. Thanks, Limebird!

  30. Hello.

    I’m glad I found this cool site. I don’t write but I enjoy reading any writings! Anyway, it’s so nice of you to follow me back haha. Keep up the good work!

  31. You have won a One Lovely Blog Award! Stop by to check it out:

  32. Hey there! Guess what, I just nominated you for the 7×7 award. Did I beat anyone else to the punch? I dearly hope so! It’s not posted yet, so I can’t give you the link. But it’ll be up on my blog tomorrow…Enjoy!

    Limebirdkate’s Other Personality πŸ™‚

  33. I’m slow getting around–I know! Thank you for your like of a post on my blog. It’s nice to know someone likes what you write. I’m enjoying poking around your site–there’s a lot to see! Have a great day!

  34. Love the title, thank you for subscribing to my blog, and I know I’ll have have exploring yours. Wonder if being a limebird is in my future…???

  35. Hey! Love the site. Now following!

  36. Hey, thanks for signing up for my blog. You all inspire me. If you like limericks, you might want to check out my big and growing collection of cow limericks from around the world. There is even one for Great Britain. Here are some of my Eastern European cow limericks with links to some of the others.

    I’ve just subscribed to you all. Glad to join some writers across the pond. ;~)

    ps. I do have a book out also. You can check it out at: http://www.tocallgod.net. It’s based on the question: “If I gave you God’s phone number….What would you do with it?” No dogma, just some interesting responses from all over the spiritual and religious and agnostic map.

  37. Hello,
    I’m so happy to have found your site. Writers need quality places where they can connect and refresh, be encouraged to persevere and remain true to the vision in their art. Looking forward to exploring and reading more here. Thanks for the follow!

  38. this looks really interesting. I have written one book and I am in the process of looking for a publisher for it. I am also working on a novel and writing my own blog in the mean time. I am sure I will be back to check this out further!

  39. Hey, thanks for liking my blog. I really appreciate it. This is a pretty nifty site you’ve got going as well…
    Do you have any open positions on your writing team?

  40. Thank you for following my blog, Beth. How do I sign up to become a Limebird writer?

    • Hi Maggie,

      I replied on your other post! πŸ™‚

      ” Hi Maggie,

      Unfortunately we aren’t looking to take on any new members at the moment, but please do send over some more information about yourself, why you would want to join the team and an example of what type of posts you would be interested in writing through here – https://limebirduk.wordpress.com/contact/ and we will let you know if and when this changes. (This information will go straight to our email address, not published on the site)

      Beth “

  41. This place looks great, however I do not understand what it is aiming to achieve. Why does Limebird exist? What is the goal? Why do you get out of bed in the morning and why should I care? Could you update the about page to include these things? I’m happy for this comment to be deleted, I just wanted to give feedback. Many thanks and keep up to good work πŸ™‚

    • Hi Mark,

      Thanks for you comment and we do appreciate the feedback. Well, we are a group of 20 writers offering advice and tips to writers (from beginners to professionals). We also blog about everything in the world of writing.

      I was sure it explains this in the about page, but I will definitely go and double check when I get a chance. Hopefully see you back here soon.

  42. Thanks for the follow! I love your gravitar description. I can relate to being distracted by shiny thi…..OOOooooOOOOO look at the pretty butterfly…Anyway, have a great day:-)

  43. How fun to see that you are following me too! Thanks so much. Looking forward to getting news from you!

  44. As LimebirdBeth and Limebird Kate already know, I’ve presented you all with the Genuine Blogger award. You can find the details at http://jmmcdowell.com/2012/05/20/id-genuinely-appreciate-it-if-you-tell-me-about-yourself/

    You are all fantastic bloggers!

  45. Just wanted to let you know that I have awarded you the Kreativ Blogger Award! Keep up the good work!

  46. Thanks for Following “The Dark Globe”… It’s June Follower Appreciation Month over there, you should Check it out


  47. G’day! Great blog you have here. Not sure if it’s appropriate to post this here but I’ve nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award. If you accept, please follow this link: http://richardleonard.wordpress.com/2012/06/09/versatile-blogger-award/

  48. Hello my little fellow limebird. Thought you’d like to know I nominated you for the Thanks for Writing Award. Here’s the link http://4amwriter.com/2012/08/01/awards-in-rhyme/


  49. fascinating concept – credit to all involved, I am short of quality time here, literally about to set out en route to Jordan, but intend to get back when I get back; va bene?

  50. Ha ha! Love the new Hallowe’en theme, especially the stitch “mouth” on the lime! Reminds me of Sally, from Nightmare Before Christmas. πŸ˜€

  51. What an intriguing blog and group of writers! Thanks so for following my Penny Angel blog. πŸ™‚

  52. Thanks so much for visiting my blog and following. I am really grateful and I popped in to have a look round and will be back – so much to take in, in one go. Thanks for bringing yourselves to my attention…..really interesting and informative. I shall be back and I hope you pop over and say hello to me again soon. Thanks again, appreciated.

  53. I found myself here after reading Vanessa Chapman’s post (and video) on The Charles Dickens Report. This may be what I have been looking for. I’ll be back. Thank YOU, Vanessa.

  54. I have just stumbled across your site via Gwen at 4am writer – looks like a great community of writers you are building here – I look forward to your posts!

  55. I see that Neeks has joined you. You have excellent taste. (whispers) I have to admit – I’m a bit of a fan.


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