I love anything with anime DUH!!! PS: Naruto Shippuden (I LU...
I would love to get my own story out there for people ...
I once flashed a cop!!
I spent a few hours in jail for it...
I survived the IB program. There for, I can survive any...
I'm just starting to really write,but I want to maybe...
I'm an extremely random person. I can't think of anyone ...
I am a WEbooker!
I'm published!!!!!! A short essay of mine was publ...
I am known to randomly burst into song because of a ...
My husband: he is a one-in-a-million guy who loves me t...
None yet... Hope to be published soon :)
God will get me to where I will be and where I will stri...
I was the top writer for two months of 2009 sept and oc...
THE MARCH CHALLENGE: FALLING
is now OPEN to entries
🎉 The Winner of the February Challenge: Alternative Truths is... 🎉
Imprint by grafiksad
✨ The following five are February's runners up ✨
Outside the Box by SprayoncrayonPostscript by S_WilsonDisherEmily by LilyFramboiseRed by NJWadeA Single Drop by BDassing
Congratulations to all the winning authors this month and thanks to everyone who entered!
Our judges said
"Well this just goes to show that exploring an alternative truth needn't always be to the detriment of others. "
VOTING HAS CLOSED for the WEBOOK PUBLICATION CHALLENGE
Read the finalist entries HERE
We are currently collating the votes and we hope to announce the winner towards the end of March
Due to some issues with duplicate voting, we are taking measures to ensure that the results we announce are fair and an accurate representation of individual votes cast for each finalist entry.
📕 ON THE WEBOOK BLOG 📕
✨ NEW: An Interview With Dollys, winner of the September Challenge: Sights & Sounds + some thoughts on writing with the 5 senses
✨NEW: An Interview with S_WilsonDisher, winner of August's Challenge: Talk to Me + some thoughts on dialogue ✨
An interview with LilyFramboise the Winner of June's Challenge: Little Vines + some more info on vignettes
Did you know, community projects are a great place to meet fellow writers, why not try some of these out?
500-words to encourage you to keep writing every day...
Pitch A Plot where you can get feedback on your story ideas...