Tuesday, October 07, 2014

WriterQ: YouTube for Writers

I came upon an interesting site for writers today.  It's called WriterQ and is dubbed the "YouTube for writers."  A Maryland couple recently launched the site in the hopes to give writers another social platform and so far it seems to be working.  Writers submit small snippets of their writing for feedback (which is always good) and people can rate it after they read it.  You can even "listen" if you don't particularly want to read.  WriterQ.com offers free, no-credit-card membership and promises an absolutely unique experience for readers, writers, and listeners alike.

Hey, you can't beat free.  Have you tried it yet?

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous11:35 PM

    I checked this out and it is fantastic!!! You write something and other people READ IT BACK TO YOU OUT LOUD. They make these little recordings of your stuff. And you can hear their inflections as they stumble on your awkward sentences and misspelled words, so it's really a tool for writing. Listening to the human voice is invaluable for any writer. So I highly recommend this site. Never seen anything like it.