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    Anonymous

      I’m looking for other writing communities. This ones not very active. I don’t care if it’s Christian or not. Please don’t say the nanowrimo site.

      #109590
      E. K. Seaver
      @e-k-seaver

        The Young writer’s workshop lead by Brett Harris

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        #109596
        Taylor Clogston
        @taylorclogston

        @phoenix Scribophile’s great. What are you looking for in a community? What’s the “activity” you want to see more of?

        "...the one with whom he so sought to talk has already interceded for him." -The Master and Margarita

        #109602
        Coralie
        @corkybookworm

        @phoenix I second the Young Writer’s Workshop! It’s excellent for community. I love SE and I find their articles most helpful, but the community on YDubs is far more active and expansive.

        Goodreads also has a writing community which is fairly active. I’m not on there as much, personally, anymore, but I know there are several writing groups that are quite active there.

        You could also try sites like Wattpad, Inkitt, Fanfiction, Fictionpress, etc. And, as usual, you’ll get what you put into any of these communities.

        Hope that helps!

        GraceBought
        https://gracebought.wordpress.com/

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