About the r/writing community
r/writing is a Subreddit for Writers with roughly 2.0M members. It uses a forum format for communication.
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r/Writing is the subreddit that contains discussions about the writing craft.
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on facebookA group that is available to anyone who is interested in writing their first novel, or future novels! Feel free to pop in and ask questions about your works in progress, meet other aspiring authors, or share helpful tips and articles that you've found.
ChroniclesAn online forum dedicated to science fiction and fantasy writing
on facebookFiction Writing focuses primarily on helping everyone with the stages of writing/publishing: outlining, writing, editing, query letters, formatting, artwork, blurbs, and marketing
ScribophileScribophile is a respectful online writing workshop and writer’s community. Writers of all skill levels join to improve each other’s work with thoughtful critiques and by sharing their writing experience. We’re the writing group to join if you want to find beta readers, get the best feedback around, learn how to get published, and be a part of the friendliest and most successful writing workshop online.
on redditWriting Prompts. You're a writer and you just want to flex those muscles? You've come to the right place! If you see a prompt you like, simply write a short story based on it. Get comments from others, and leave commentary for other people's works on the Reddit for writing prompts. Let's help each other.
on redditFor artists, writers, gamemasters, musicians, programmers, philosophers and scientists alike! The creation of new worlds and new universes has long been a key element of speculative fiction, from the fantasy works of Tolkien and Howard, to the science-fiction universes of Burroughs and Asimov, to the tabletop realm of Gygax and Barker, and beyond. This subreddit is about sharing your worlds, discovering the creations of others, and discussing the many aspects of creating new universes.
on redditA place to discuss just about everything in the world of indie books
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