My Top Ten Favorite Writing Sites

My Top Ten Favorite Writing Sites

Here’s my favorite writing websites! 😉

10. Wattpad ~ ( )

I haven’t signed up for Wattpad yet, but after hearing of Beth Reekles’ (The Kissing Booth) dramatic success, I just might!

9. Teen Ink ~ ( )

Teen Ink is a literary magazine for teens. You can submit poems, short stories, novels, movie/book reviews, articles etc.

I submitted a lot of entries last year and all of my work has been published online where I’ve gotten hundreds of views!

My entries:

8. Camp NaNoWriMo ~ ( )
This is just like NaNoWriMo, except there’s not a strict word limit (10,000 ~ infinity) like the original NaNoWriMo and Camp NaNoWriMo is held in April and July.

7. NaNoWriMo ~ ( )
If you’re a writer or aspiring author and you haven’t heard of NaNoWriMo by now, I think you really should know about it. It’s an international novel writing contest held all throughout November. You just have to write an original 50,000+ word novel in a month. If you win, you get a certificate and are eligible to get winner goodies such as writing tools, publishing opportunities, or a bound copy of your story!

6. Youtube ~ ( )
There’s so many book hauls, writing tips, author interviews, and writing advice from authors on Youtube.

Here are my favorite channels:

Mandi Lynn (teenage author of Essence) ~

Her website ~

Katytastic ~

Her blog:

5. Coffitivity ~ ( )

If you can’t make it to Starbucks, then you should definitely check out this site. It has the perfect balance of noise to listen to while you write. However, if you don’t like noise when you’re writing then skip clicking on this link.

4. Goodreads ~ ( )
It’s more of a book-related site, but if you like to write, you probably need to read a lot. Although, you can post stories in the creative writing section.

My account:

3. Storywrite ~ ( )
The sister site of, where you can post stories and enter writing contests. It’s a little deserted though.

My account:

2. Figment ~ ( )

The best site for posting stories. There’s monthly contests and a lot of talented writers. Plus, you can upload a cover for your story!
My account:

1. Allpoetry ~ ( )
Before last summer, I originally started out as a poet. Allpoetry really helped my reach my potential and then branch out toward story writing. Allpoetry is also an active writing site and as long as you participate frequently, you will get lots of views.

My account:

Tell me in the comments below: What are your favorite writing sites and why?


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