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Offline Ana Hantt

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Women's fiction Writer
« on: November 19, 2019, 12:05:48 PM »
Hi there! I'm Ana, from Brazil, and I write women's fiction. I'm here looking for a nice writer's community to join and contribute.

Offline JTetstone

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Re: Women's fiction Writer
« Reply #1 on: November 19, 2019, 05:22:25 PM »
Hello Ana, and Welcome to MWC.
It's a waste of time to try to teach a heart writer rules for writing.. Smile. jt

Offline Olesia

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Re: Women's fiction Writer
« Reply #2 on: November 21, 2019, 04:50:15 AM »
Hi Ana!

Welcome to My Writers Circle, weíre happy to have you as part of the community!

Please comment and critique others writings, share your own work and get advice on it, that's what this community is all about and we're looking forward to your contribution!

There arenít a lot of rules here as we want to give everyone creative freedom, we ask that you respect fellow community members and help us maintain a friendly place.

Start by checking out the different threads, youíll find Sticky topics at the top of each one which shares a bit about the thread and the purpose it serves, try to use the relevant thread for your topics and if you canít find one shoot us a PM so we can help!

One rule often missed by new members is the 2000 max word count for posts in Review My Work, 1500 max for posts in Review My Script and 100 lines in Review My Poetry. A reasonable limit considering critiques are often quite detailed. You will gain valuable feedback more easily digested in bite-sized chunks.

Please Take Note: With the exception of The Gallery, any work posted in the prose or poetry boards is subject to review by fellow members. You may find some critiques to be worthwhile. Some you may feel do not fit your work. Virtually all are an honest effort to help you improve your writing. Take what you find useful and disregard the rest. This is how we learn our craft.

As a newbie to MWC, you will not be able to edit your posts until you have reached the 50-post milestone. Should be easy, especially if you spend some time on the Games thread. It will also improve your vocabulary and hopefully bring on a few laughs. Have fun.

The moderators are easy to spot due to all the blue stars floating above our heads. If you have a problem, we are happy to help. Just click on the private message (PM) icon of any moderator and send along your question or problem.

Let us know if there is anything we can do to help with your writing journey!

Offline Deanne

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Re: Women's fiction Writer
« Reply #3 on: November 22, 2019, 02:49:31 PM »
Hi Ana, I have many friends in Brazil both in Brasilia and in San Paulo.  I am new as well and hope this will boost me up to write more and even publish!

Offline betsie

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Re: Women's fiction Writer
« Reply #4 on: November 23, 2019, 12:50:51 PM »
Hola Ana!

I'm from Mexico, welcome... this one looks like a good community. I too was hunting - several I joined and found no responses. Wasn't sure if anyone was home  ::)