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Brandi_R
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what do you want to see in the Writing Room

Writers,

 

Tell me what you'd like to see more of in the Writing Room! Last we visited this topic, there was a desire for guests, writing prompts and more coverage of publication. We've done more of this and now I think we're entering into another time of change. I've noticed the last writing prompts/challenges I posted didn't garner a lot of responses and the last time we had guest authors/editors, those threads were pretty quiet. So, let's revisit this to see what you're interested in now. What would make this Writing Room more inspriring, exciting and productive for you?

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Open-Peacemind
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Re: what do you want to see in the Writing Room

Do we reply here?

 

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Brandi_R
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Re: what do you want to see in the Writing Room

Yes, please share your thoughts in this thread!

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Darkkin
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Re: what do you want to see in the Writing Room

A short story and/or poetry contest.  We have some good writers on these boards.

'Of wings and words and dancing milkweed seeds...'

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Open-Peacemind
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I agree, I think this is a great idea!:smileyhappy:

“You know you're in love when you can't fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams.”
― Dr. Seuss
"It's your decision:
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~me
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keriflur
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Re: what do you want to see in the Writing Room

FWIW...

 

I'd like to see a properly password-protected board for sharing work.