San Jose, CA (PRWEB) November 22, 2008
Today marks the launch of YoungWriters.com - a social network for writers. On the website writers will be able to share their works, get feedback and suggestions from others, create support groups and socialize. During the pre-launch days new users have shown remarkable enthusiasm and have already started sharing their works and helping each other with writer's blocks and inspiration.
It's no secret that some writers aren't fans of blogging and social networking. The remarkable ease in which anyone can get their thoughts posted online has brought in massive amounts of people whose writing skills are not as polished as those whose craft is the written word. And so many writers have shunned the Internet and have not been enjoying what it has to offer.
And for writers, the offering is great. For the introverted writer, the Internet is a place where one can share their works anonymously and get the feedback that writers crave without risking the spot light. And for the extroverted and accomplished writers, it's a fun and easy way to communicate with their readers.
YoungWriters aims to help writers write better and enjoy it more. Some members of the community enjoy inspiring others and collaborative brain storming sessions. Contests are planned for later in the year to motivate writers and recognize their talents. "As a novice writer myself, I don't feel comfortable sharing my works in existing generic communities with people who do not understand the trials and tribulations writers go through. I wanted a place to share with and socialize with peers and YoungWriters was born" - said Noam Makavy, founder of YoungWriters
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