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What are good writing forums?

I know scribliophile is good for advice, but you need the premium plan for it to be really effective. Does anyone know of forums like that? Or just writing forums they enjoy?

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Lauren’s Answer

Maybe you could check out NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month)! I'm not sure if there's a forum year-round, but it could be a good resource, especially during November.
Thank you comment icon I second this suggestion! If I recall, yes, the forum is active year-round since the website is always active. Many users spend time preparing and planning for the actual Month itself, but there are resources there for general writing year-round! Thanks for this great suggestion, Lauren! Alexandra Carpenter, Admin
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Kamala’s Answer

Hello Sophia, while I am not aware of any writing forums in particular (like Scribliophile), I have found Meetup to be a useful space in looking for communities and groups that aid and support to write effectively. Check it out: https://www.meetup.com/topics/writing/

Hope this helps, good luck!
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Mark’s Answer

Hi Sophia,

I'm not so familiar with scribliophile. It looks like a platform that provides feedback. You already have several great answers.

One platform you might want to look into is Medium.com.

You can write about whatever you want to write about and the feedback will come in the form of comments.

Best part... It's free.

Take care,
Mark
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Tom’s Answer

Hirewriters.com is a useful site to get on since it allows you to go at your own pace and pick what you want. It is kind of a grab bag of stuff though, so be prepared to write or research and then write on several different things. For academic writing, I'd recommend Ultius or Writerbay to start with. I've had plenty of people find me on Hirewriters though, as there are people who are looking for talented writers.
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