Ending Writer’s Isolation

The writing task as we know can be an isolated one and often we crave support, feedback and encouragement. Of course, these needs cannot always be met just when we need them. It may be a few weeks before the next poetry group meeting, or our fellow writer-friends may not be available and getting to the library for the book we need to help us along may not be practical. However, Immediate support is at hand and can be quickly availed of if you have access to a computer anywhere.

Fanstory.com is an online community that provides the opportunity to have your work reviewed and commented on by a host of writers at different stages of their writing careers. I once had my work commented on positively by a university professor of English.

On this site, writers receive detailed feedback from writers and readers. Feedback includes a detailed comment and a rating for each piece posted to the site. Encouragement is received by writers being ranked by the feedback they receive. Rankings are available for Poets, Novelists and Short Works and Script Writers. Trophies are awarded to the top five writers in each of the individual rankings at the end of each year. There is also a Seal of Quality committee that is made up of published authors and stand-out reviewers who are also available to offer feedback on the process of getting published. The site features competitions and allows members to post their own competitions.

With over 200 stories and poems being posted each day and 7000 review, each day, this is one of the best forums on the internet for new and not-so-new writers to showcase their work. The Membership fee is extremely low, making this the best value support that is available when you need it. To get started  Click Here

Posting your work on Fanstory is safe and you retain all copyright.

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