Posts tagged ‘writing advice’

February 6, 2014

The Writer’s Chatroom

by Neeks

As writers we utilize a good assortment of tools when plying our trade.  We take advantage of everything from dictionaries to computers to the internet.  We often make use of fellow authors or friends to beta read for us.  Sometimes we use pictures for prompts, songs for inspiration and raw emotions as catalysts in our writing.  All of these things qualify (in my mind) as tools.

We’ve talked about many of these things here at Limebird Writers, in our posts.  Another tool we’ve talked about before is the use of books and magazines that discuss writing as an aid to teach us.  Other blogs can often give us instruction as well.

One such website I’ve recently discovered is The Writer’s Chatroom.  They describe themselves as a “vibrant group of writers whose work spans all genres, who join together to encourage one another and to share important information regarding the profession of writing.”  They meet every Sunday and Wednesday evening for a 2-hr. chat.  Despite the window asking for a password none is needed, the chats are open to the public.  You need only to type in the user name you want to be known by.

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