Ok, I am always early to appointments and my persistence ...
A claim to fame, huh? Well, I like throwing things....
I don't want fame, I'm good being the girl in the back r...
I'm a top webooker again :)
I am a WEbooker!
My sparkling personality? haha jk y'all, jk.
-One of my video's on Youtube has like, 190,000 views
I once flashed a cop!!
I spent a few hours in jail for it...
I don't believe writing has anything to do with Fame.
OMG!! IDK!!! WTF!!! WTH!!! I MADE TOP WRITER!!!!!!!...
Some day I will change the world with something I write. ...
A magazine purchased one of my stories. My next goal i...
My claim for fame is that I have won the provincial art awa...
Tha story that is my life, which also happens to be th...
The winner of the September Challenge Sights and Sounds is...
A Close Shave by Dollys
The follwing five were September's runners up
Ruined by LilyFramboise | The Medicine Room by BDassing | The Relaxation Session by iconllector2 | Movie Star by OrientalGal | Necronomicon by Sprayoncrayon
Congratulations to all the winning authors this month and thanks to everyone who entered!
Our judges said
"Ok, we've told them no more incorporating sentences."
👻 The October Challenge: Lead the Way is now OPEN to submissions 👻
💀 Good luck! 💀
💫 We've waved our magic wands and made some updates to P2F... 💫
You'll soon notice that you're starting to get more ratings, there are new and different subs to rate AND if you're a Senior Rater, you can now rate a whole host of NEW round 2 submissions!
Not sure how to become a Senior Rater? Just rate 100 first page submissions and you'll automatically qualify.
Questions? Ask us here
Check out the latest updates to our blog!
An Interview with BDassing, winner of July's Challange: #6706428 + a few notes on writing from an obvious prompt
An Interview with KEBERLY the winner of May's Challenge: Believe
The WEbook Newsletter July / August 2016
An interview with the winner of the March Challenge winner RJ_Urquhart
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...