It's at <link snipped> and I thought it could be used as a resource for writers (such as ourselves) to get to know one another, share tips, and find writers who we enjoy and guest write for each other.
The thinking here is that you will not only step outside of your comfort zone, but potentially increase readership since people who enjoy your guest writings will likely check out your site's writings (eg your hubpages account).
Any thoughts or interest on this?
Interesting idea, a bit like Writers Space on Google + at https://plus.google.com/communities/107 … 3617390764
It's fun to join up to things like this as you never know what helpful tips and tricks members can provide and it's great just to hang out and discuss writing in general too.
I put in a post on Reddit for you.
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by DasEngel10 months ago
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