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Building A Writing Community

Hello writing friends. We just wanted to let you know we’re planning on building a Facebook writing community: a place where writers can share work, discuss varying aspects of writing, and all other fun things related to writing.

We initially didn’t take the Facebook profile very seriously, opting to focus on interacting with you guys through Twitter more. But as it turns out, most of our site visitors come from Facebook. So, this means it’s time to up our game!

While we’ll continue to give you great tips and quotes on Twitter, we’ll now be giving you more in depth posts on the Facebook page. This will include extended writing tips from what we post on Twitter, different articles and videos, and hopefully much deeper discussions with you guys.

Now, we are aware this’ll be a slow process. It takes time to build a community where people interact with and without our presence. But we are willing to put in the extra effort to share our love of writing with you guys.

Thanks again for following us, and don’t be shy on the Facebook page: like, share, and most importantly, COMMENT. We want to hear from you guys and learn more about each and every one of you. We’re all in this writing thing together. So, don’t be afraid to start a conversation. They might start off small, but it takes heat to create a raging fire.

Click the link below to reach our Facebook page. And if you’re on our Facebook page already, share this message with your friends.

Caleb James,

DPW Editor-In-Chief

Community pinned on noticeboard

DPW Facebook Community Page

 

 

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