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Monday, November 09, 2009

Win The Wealthy Writer!

The Wealthy Writer is a downloadable course on making money from writing on the Internet. It was co-written by me and Internet writer/publisher Ruth Barringham.

In my brand new competition, I'm giving away a copy of The Wealthy Writer to the winner. What's more, he or she will also receive the four extra bonuses I am giving to people who order The Wealthy Writer via my website. You can see what exactly these are by clicking on any of The Wealthy Writer links in this post.

Here's what you have to do to stand a chance of winning. The Wealthy Writer is all about writing for the Internet, so to enter this competition I'd like you to submit the name and URL of your favorite writing website, together with an explanation of why you like it so much in under 100 words.

If your favorite site was My Writers Circle, for example, your entry might be as follows...

My Writers Circle - www.mywriterscircle.com

I've been a member of this writing forum for over two years and really enjoy the friendly atmosphere. It's a great place for getting feedback on your writing, asking and answering questions, and shooting the breeze with your fellow authors.


Here are the other rules of the contest - I've tried to keep them as simple and straightforward as possible.

1. Anyone from anywhere in the world is welcome to enter.

2. Entries should be submitted in the form of comments on this blog post.

3. You can nominate any blog or website you like, as long as it is useful in some way to writers. Please do NOT include affiliate links, though.

4. Please include your name or nickname with your entry, so I have some way of identifying the author (this is particularly important if you submit your comment as 'Anonymous'). Only one entry per person, please.

5. The closing date is Friday 27 November at 17:00 GMT. The winner will be announced on my blog on Monday 30 November, or as soon as practicable after that date.

6. The winning entry will be chosen by a random drawing of all eligible entries. People nominating websites and blogs run by WCCL or myself will not stand any greater chance of winning!

I hope through this competition to discover some writing websites I might not have seen before, and to compile a useful resource list for all writers. So even though there will only be one winner of The Wealthy Writer, everyone will win, if you see what I mean!

If you have any queries, feel free to post them below or contact me via my blog contact form.

I'm really looking forward to seeing your entry!


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7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

My name is Navaneeth.

My favorite website is constant-content. The URL: www.constant-content.com

Why I like the site:

1.As a writer I can set my own money for my articles.Also I can decide whether to give only usage rights or complete rights.In usage rights the buyer cannot change the article .And my name willl remain on the article and I can resell the article many times.

2.Also the editor's are very learned people.They will send me a reply saying what should be improved in the article.This improves my writing quality also.

3.It has a grand library of writers.As a web site owner,I can request content for my site and with in 3 days I can lots of people ready with their articles.

bye Nick
take care

10:24 AM  
Blogger Magdalen Islands said...

Helium – http://www.helium.com

I’ve been a member of the Helium Writers Forum for almost three years. I’ve met the most incredible writers there, some of whom have become life-long close friends. Helium is a writer’s experience of great quality because of the competition that is set up within the community.

There are professional writers and amateurs who aid their fellow authors in perfecting their articles. Entire novels have been written by Helium’s writers, within the forum posts, in some cases as a friendly ongoing game. The Helium forum has been my spring board into many internet endeavors.

My pen name at Helium is Gimme A Dream

12:01 AM  
Anonymous Bernie Pointer said...

www.writebuzz.com

Without a doubt www.writebuzz.com is my favourite writer's site. I have been a member for three years + and I can absolutely recommend it. It's a great community of supportive writers which means that whenever you publish your writing on writebuzz you get lots of feedback and genuine constructive criticism.

There's always something inspiring happening too. Such as their idea for an anthology of love poems by writebuzz members, which was published last year (I'm in it and it feels good), and First Chapters, their recent idea, where members could win a publishing contract.

I really enjoy Pen Pals too, their forum for chatting with fellow writers.

To top all that they also feature regular writing competitions and they always publish details of all the prize winners so there's no cloak and dagger stuff.

Whether you're a poet, lyricist, journalist, or a story writer www.writebuzz.com will definitely give you the buzz.

Oh and they have the friendliest support team ever.

Bernie

4:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Writer Gazette: http://www.writergazette.com/

In common with many jobbing writers, I join writers' websites primarily to seek out markets. My truffle-hunter's snout relies very heavily on other people's efforts and Krista Barrett's excellent site carries details of markets I haven't seen anywhere else.

11:33 AM  
OpenID writingpage said...

My favorite writing website is the National Novel Writing Month site http://www.nanowrimo.org

I only found out about this site and joined this year. For twenty years I had said that I wanted to write a book. Now I have thanks to nanowrimo. I did it in 21 days. Their site gave me just the help and impetus that I needed to sit down and write. It was a fantastic experience. I would recommend it to anyone.

Jocelyn

1:21 PM  
Blogger Rohi said...

American Zoetrope website - http://www.zoetrope.com

I have been a member of this website for about two years. There are separate sections for flash fiction, short stories, novellas, screenplays, short scripts and poetry. The community of writers in each section is encouraging and helpful. They also publish top writers and reviewers every month and have a discussion forum in each section. Rohi Shetty

3:28 PM  
Blogger MaryEllen said...

Raise Your Vibration - Easily

Everyone's talking about the benefits of meditation these days - how it can take you to the next level, increase your energy and vitality, and prepare you for the abundant joyful life you were meant to live.

My favorite e-course is The Raise Your Vibration Meditation program, published by the Mind/Body Training Company. This program is deceptively simple - if you get the hard copy like I did, it's just 3 CDs and a small book. If you're looking for a complicated meditation program, this is not the course for you. But if you're familiar with Reiki and other energy work, you may like this course, as it works with the body's subtle energy system and the subconscious mind. The program's creator Kevin Schoeninger has traveled the world learning various meditation programs and has been teaching meditation over 27 years. You can read his book or listen to the CD as the velvet-voiced Kevin guides you through a 20 or 40 minute core energy meditation. Whenever I hear his voice, the stress immediately drops away.

Core energy meditation connects your body center to your heart center and your head center. This gives you a feeling of peace, positivity, and a coherence and unity of body, mind and soul. You will vibrate at a stronger more positive level and this tends to attract more abundance into your life. And lastly, the meditation practice will also give you a delicious all-day buzz.

10:49 PM  

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