Writing Forums

Writing Forums is a privately-owned, community managed writing environment. We provide an unlimited opportunity for writers and poets of all abilities, to share their work and communicate with other writers and creative artists. We offer an experience that is safe, welcoming and friendly, regardless of your level of participation, knowledge or skill. There are several opportunities for writers to exchange tips, engage in discussions about techniques, and grow in your craft. You can also participate in forum competitions that are exciting and helpful in building your skill level. There's so much more for you to explore!


  1. PiP

    Welcome to the WF Blog - Posting Rules and Guidelines

    Welcome to the WritingForums Blog which is an outlet for free creative expression, a platform where you can spread your wings and talk about the things that interest you, share poetry, fiction, non-fiction, writing articles, publishing advice, book reviews etc. When you create a new blog post...
  2. Chad Lutzke

    Blogging: Weebly Vs. Wordpress Vs. Whatever Else

    A handful of months ago I started a blog to help build my author platform. My traffic has tripled in the past six weeks and seems to be steadily climbing since I started it in May; however, I'm wondering if somehow using something other than Weebly would be more helpful. Weebly is...
  3. columbo1977


    Hi All I have for a while been posting on my blog, but not constantly and the content is a bit random. I wanted to use the blogging platform to get me writing more frequently, and it is working on that premise, but I am constantly aware that no one reads the blog so I am not really putting in...
  4. MJCaan

    Blogging and getting noticed

    Are blogs still a good way to get the word out about your WIP? It seems everyone is writing a book. How do you get noticed?
  5. John Yeoman

    Is this the future for self-publishing?

    How can self-publishing authors get their work known and earn a significant income from it? Is it worth putting one's work up on Amazon, Lulu, Smashwords and the like? Is blogging the answer? Or could there be better ways? A new discussion paper at Writers' Village suggests two novel ways...
  6. S

    Steve C Thomas--Hello!

    Hi, I'm Steve. I'm a sixty-one (well... will be in another couple of weeks) writer, blogger, speaker, and a bunch of other stuff. I have one book about to be self pubbed, another one working on it, one story in the works, the outline for two others. I haven't really gotten into this much...