Today's Writing Community is a supportive online community for writers over 18, which opened their doors Aug 2009. Their goal is to help writers succeed in the writing industry by offering a useful selection of services including author interviews, regular columns, interactive forums, and a place for writers to share their work for critique by their peers.
Today's Writing Community is made up of those looking to be published, hobby writers, published authors & publishers themselves. The community is a wonderful one to be apart of.
TodaysWriting.com has a interactive forum, writing lessons, a full directory of links to literacy resources, famous poets, author interviews, online book store, book reviews and calls for submissions to help writers get published, plus many more features.
They have writing contest that spark members' creativity and they examine different styles of writing. Authors also have the ability to have their books reviewed for free by other Today's Writing members.
“The basic principle of the website”, said the owner, Rose DesRochers, “is to present a online writing community that meets the needs of today’s writers.
Today's Writing Community offers writers the opportunity to develop improved writing skills, receive feedback on their work, opportunity to win awards, chances to be recognized as poet of the month, resources to be published, challenges by their peers and so much more.
Each member receives high exposure, and a friendly support group that they will not find within other communities.
Free features offered to members include personal blogs for every member, online arcade, interactive forums, ecards , interactive story and poetry board, resume page and much more. Premium service comes with WYSIWYG Editor, ability to add backgrounds and images, Members Albums allowing unlimited space for photo uploads & storage, Members Webpages with upload and online editor, Messenger Services, Members Uploads for documents RTF, Word, E-Books, PDF Creator and Priority Technical Support.
“ We are a community that cares about each other. Each member whether a beginning writer or a season writer is an asset to the community. ”