Fancy Becoming A Limebird Writer?

Hey you,

Yeah you, we see you over there, come on come closer, don’t be afraid. So, you’ve clicked over here because you fancy becoming a Limebird Writer? Hmm, OK, well firstly you have to bribe us with cakes and then.. OK, no not really!

Here at Limebird Writers we welcome new passionate, dedicated writers.  The main thing that we are after is that you will be able to offer advice and tips to other writers, as that’s what Limebird is all about! Also, you should be able to dedicate time to creating new posts, responding to comments and taking part in our forums.

So, do you think you have what it takes? If you do, then send over a little bit about why you think you would be a good addition to feathery limey team. Also let us know what type of posts you would like to do, in the contact form below.

We look forward to hearing from you!

The Limebird Writers x


22 Comments to “Fancy Becoming A Limebird Writer?”

  1. Ooh! Please count me in. I am passionate about creative writing and books. I have written and published 3 novels, co-authored 7 anthologies and ghost written 3 biographies. I also coach plus give ‘Finding Inspiration for Creative Writing’ workshops.
    Please let me know what you would like to see.

  2. beth hun youve missed a word out on the first line i think there should be a “you” between because and fancy. 😀

  3. There’s a special place in my heart for LimeBird, so I would love to contribute something if you’ll have me. I like the sound of LimeBirdKaiser.
    I can think of a specific writer with a few books under his belt that needs to be more widely recognized(Adam Davies). Maybe I could do a book report for you?

    All I ask in return is a little reciprocation on you part for collaborative writing projects of my own. I won’t fill your comments with spam. If you’re interested in helping, you can find some details at my wordpress site.

    I’ll work on a book report and turn it in via email. If you want to run it, great! If not, you can just pretend you never received it.

  4. I am als interested in contributing to your blog. I am a poet and a writer with numerous publications to my name, a trained creativity and writing coach and teach college level English classes as well as facilitate creative writing workshops. I keep a blog at, which features writing exercises, poet interviews, poetry prompts and creativity coaching articles. I can be reached at

  5. Well, I’d love to be one but then I don’t have any credentials. 😦 Just started writing recently. May I know what kind of entries are you looking for? Thanks! 🙂

  6. The cheerful writing style and crisp green limeyness of your blog beckon to me, but I am uncertain. There are other things I ought to be doing. The dishes, for instance. My paintings. Travel stories. Do I have enough time to write for another blog? Think, think….

  7. Beth, I, too, would like to think about this. I believe you have come across my Blog, Learning from Dogs, and I’m also a keen participant in our local Creative Writing class. Have a few short stories completed and bracing myself for attempting a novel in the new year. Just don’t want to over-extend myself. But if you have something to email for me to muse over then the email address is paulhandover (at) gmail (dot) com Big thanks.

    • Hi Paul,

      Sorry only just saw this! Thank you for your interest!

      The main important thing is that you will be able to offer any advice and guidance to either beginner or more advanced writers. This may include submitting posts, replying to comments and doing some bits in the forum. Also, taking on being a Limebird Writer can take up quite a bit of time, so I’m not sure if it would be suited if you don’t want to over-extend yourself, haha!

      If you are still interested, then please do send over some more information and an example of the type of things you would like to post to Thank you! 🙂

  8. Okay, I tried to join the message board but it didn’t send me an email. I tried twice and I know the email is right.

    • Did you? That’s weird! :S Sorry about that! 😦 I don’t know how to fix that, I’ll look into it!

    • From what I can see, many people have said that if it’s not a gmail/yahoo type account, it can go into spam (or not work, which isn’t helpful!) Do you have one of those that you could use to set up the account? You don’t need to use it after you have signed up.

      I’m really sorry for the inconvenience!

  9. It’s a yahoo account, and I’ve checked the spam folder religiously. It is weird.

  10. Nope, still doesn’t work. I’ll try it one more time.

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