Quickly, the community grew, spanning internationally, and collecting millions of readers, writers, and editors of all ages and from all different countries. I soon found myself swimming in constructive criticism, positive feedback, suggestions, and praise for my writings. I also made many new friends and had tons of online manuscripts just waiting to be read and reviewed.
The community is easy to maneuver, add content, delete content, leave feedback on projects, build groups, join existing groups, read Webook’s blog, enter your own writings in competitions, submit your work to be reviewed by an agent, even get published!
|Here's the poetry book that both Shah Wharton and I were recently published in. You can find it here on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Very-Best-WEbook-Poetry-2009/dp/1935003089/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1292306047&sr=1-1|
I highly suggest it to any writer looking to get a bit of feedback, make new friends who are interested in exactly what you are, or if you’re just looking to read other new writer’s works. It’s great for motivation and promoting yourself (just like a blog)!
If you don’t believe me, just ask these lovely people…
They're all blogging and members of WEbook!
I hope you get the chance to consider WEbook.com for your own writings. It’s honestly one of the best online communities I have ever joined. And trust me, I’ve joined a lot! None were as kind, helpful, or easy to use as WEbook.
If you do join, come find me! Here’s the link to my profile and you can friend me there, read some of my own work, and/or send me a message…
I hope I’ll see you there. Also, if you have any questions, feel free to ask me!
So, what do you think? Does WEbook sound like something for you?
Have you ever joined an online writing community before? Which ones?
Do you ever share your writing with anyone? Who?