5 Facebook Groups for Creative Writers

Image result for 5 Facebook Groups for Creative WritersWhether you’re a fiction writer, a blogger, or a freelancer, you need to interact with other writers in your writing life. Facebook groups are a fantastic way for writers to trade advice, find new opportunities and connect. Here are few groups that writers should not miss.

The Write Life Community

In this group, writers of all level of experience share their wins and struggles. Group members ask each other question. Members also encourage and support each other throughout the writing life.

Calls for Submissions

With over 32,000 members, this group must be onto something. The group collects all submission call for fiction, art, and poetry and collect them in one easy-to-follow place. For writers looking for publication, check it out.

Write On! Online

This group help writers network, troubleshoot and set goals. It attempts to foster a sense of energy and community among its members, who vary in terms of experience, age and writing genre.

Fiction Writers Group

This group publishes three anthologies every year. Whether you are an indie or self-published author, this group is a great resource for support and information.

Writers Helping Writers

Whether you’re established writer or newbie, this group is worth checking out. This community is a great place to learn from other writers, agents, publishers, and editors.

References

http://thewritelife.com/facebook-groups-for-writers/

https://www.facebook.com/Creative-Writing-Group-168694086480604/

http://thejohnfox.com/2016/06/facebook-groups-for-writers/

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