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Writerly Words™ is a community for writers and those who are in the writing and publishing industry. It is a free resource which provides a forum for writers to display their talents. By merely posting content like book excerpts, short stories, poems, scripts, screenplays and more, you receive free perks such as blogs, a web page, and other resources to promote your work.

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Genius Artist or Entrepreneur: Hogarth, Dickens, and Shakespeare

Did the notion of the starving artist in the garret, start with Lord Byron and Shelley during the Romantic period of the late 18th century leading into the 19th century? Do we still see artists, musicians, writers, and poets in this light now? However, for much of Europe, the church, royal famili Read More

Why ESPN Has Removed Its Comments Feature

It looks as though ESPN has removed their commenting feature...and it is a good thing. Why, because trolling and disrespectful behavior is out of control. Until recently, anyone with a Facebook account could comment on an article. Unfortunately, people have hidden behind fake Facebook accounts and t Read More

The Friend Zone; Does it Really Exist?

If you're a youth growing up in the twenty-first century, chances are you have been accused of "Friend zoning" someone or you have accused someone of “Friend Zoning” you. It's gotten to a point that I cannot go to any social media without seeing the word friend zone. Bu Read More

The Modification of Technology

If there is one thing I have noticed about Technology is that, it keeps modifying itself. We all ask ourselves, "What Is Technology" ? and do we ever get to conclusions and answers about it? , I doubt it. Well, I for one think it's remarkable. It delivers and it disappoints. It Read More

Blue and White of Mark Twain

Samuel Langhorne Clemens otherwise Mark Twain was born in Florida, Missouri in 1835. As a story teller, he has greater variety and a steadier outlook on life; with greater force and intensity at his best if less poignancy. His nom-de- plume came to him while as a pilot he was working on the Mississi Read More

Foz do Arelho: Portugal's Silver Coast Jewel

With a hypnotic and calm “lagoa” (lagoon) beach, contrasting the seaside tumult and rocky cliffs, Foz do Arelho is the quiet wonder of the Silver coast. Positioned directly west of the friendly city of Caldas da Rainha, Foz, as the local expats know it, offers everything one can desire i Read More
Amy Lawson

I'm a young author from Cumbria. I have been writing from a young age and I am looking to further my creative writing career. ...

Minnah Hussain

I'm a fresh high school graduate. I've been writing stories since I was a kid, and I thoroughly enjoying reading. ...

Murray Hill

I live in New Zealand where I spent 12 years in the army which greatly prepared me for a life of sitting down and writing. I have already spent severa...

Nkoloti Mofokeng

Wherever life might take you, it takes you there to learn and experience something new. No matter the cliché sayings we've heard from all around the ...

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Word List Generator

Create word lists for educational purposes or brainstorming. Generate random words based on parts of speech or create a list of words that are related to another word.

Plagiarism Checker

Your writings are your livelihood. So, you want to make sure that no one is using them without permission. Use this tool to search the internet and see if some has stolen your work.

Syllable Counter

We often have non-writers ask, "Why does someone need to count syllables?" Well, if you are a poet, you know why. This syllable counter will count the number of syllables in a body of text.