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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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  CRITICISM: In the words of Walter pater, “”Criticism is the art of interpreting art. It serves as an intermediary between the author and the reader by explaining the one to the other. By his special aptitude and training, the critic feels the virtue of a masterpiece, dis eng Read More

Your Role as a Parent

Being a parent is definitely not an easy task; however it is not impossible as well. Everyone shares this common dream of getting a good job, choosing the right match, falling in love, getting married and becoming a parent. Wanting to become a parent is one of our instincts as human beings. Imagine Read More

Peacocks - Strictly for the Birds

Pavo cristatus or Indian Peafowl are classified as part of the pheasant family and have been admired and revered by many cultures for millennia because of the beautiful plumage displayed by the peacock, the male of the species. The female is the peahen and does not enjoy the same attention due to he Read More

My Favourite Thing

What’s my favourite thing you ask? Well, I’m old enough to know that ‘things’, favourite or otherwise, don’t really have much going for them. But if you mean ‘what gives me most pleasure’ then we can begin to look at that concept though where you are and Read More

Harnessing our Thoughts, Productive People Style

Harnessing our Thoughts, Productive People Style April 15, 2019 Thinking is an active process that can lead to passive thoughts that are  really frozen language.  Thoughts are frozen when we do not act on them. This can be the case for both good and bad thoughts. Since this Blog is a Read More

Learning is Important

Generally speaking, the vast majority of people think that the moment they graduate from college, they will not need to study ever again. In other words, they think that their long journey of education has finally come to an end. However, there is a huge difference between education and learning. Al Read More
Sherese Gooden

Nationality: Jamaican Job: Lecture Language and Literacy Education: Masters at CCSU; BA, UWI; Teacher's Dip. Experience:27 years Writer: Fiction, ...

Michael Henry

Born in Ireland and raised in England, I have travelled widely both before and after my arrival in Australia which I have called home since 1966. ...

Shellian Simpson

I created an Instagram page recently @shalle.writes. This is my go to whenever I have a random thought that needs to be heard or seen. I read a lot, I...

Brian Pierre-Alexander

I am a 53 year old poet from the beautiful Caribbean Island of Trinidad, I've been writing poems and lyrics to songs since in the 1980's more like a h...

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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.