Sunday, March 7, 2010
After you write your bio and contribute a story, you can join an EasyWrite Support Group. Just click on Graphite, the gray monster on the right of this page.
A huge group?
No, a small, intimate group!
Choose one. . .
to three other writers here whose bios and stories you like.
How EasyWrite Works:
After you connect with other writers you are comfortable with, you decide on a two month writing goal and share it with the group.
Each Tuesday, you email your group, letting them know how your writing is going.
On Wednesdays, you send personal emails to each of your EasyWrite group members, encouraging them.
Posted by Charles Sage at 6:46 AM
This takes two steps.
1. Please send your name and email with the words "Rubber Chicken Soup" to Register.EasyWrite.gmail.com By doing so, you are letting us know that you read and agreed with our Rubber Chicken Soup Statement at the end of this post.
2. Hit the follow button on this page.
Registration is $Free, posting stories are $Free, and joining an EasyWrite Support Group is $Free. (But if you want to help us out, we won't refuse donations.)
Then. . .
1. You won't have to write on your hands or the sidewalk anymore, you can write stories on our pages!
2. You can receive updates from us. . .
3. We can find you if we decide to send you a small prize or if we publish your story on our favorites site .
4. You will be eligible to vote for your favorite stories.
5. You can create your own EasyWrite support group, if you wish.
Our operators are standing by. . .
In our small way, we would like to help you along your writing journey.
May it be filled with beauty, joy and accomplishment.
Our Rubber Chicken Soup Statement. . .
You will always own the stories you write here!
When you write a story based on our pictures, that crafted story belongs to you, the author.
We will publish your stories on our sites until you want to remove them.
If we or a third party wish to print them in book form, your permission would be needed.
Since this site is designed to stimulate the writer by providing pictures to write about, different writers may, at times, come up with similar stories. If you thunked of it, others may have too. Yesterday, my son and I wanted to make a site with called Rubber Chicken Soup, but someone on the giant web already claimed the address.
The New Yorker Magazine holds a weekly contest to caption a cartoon and finds that many times contributors come up with near same responses.
You need to allow that others may come up with stories similar to yours and because of this, you do not own the story concepts which follow from our selected pictures.
In judging awards and prizes and choosing pieces for republication, we will base our decisions on the quality of craftsmanship of each piece, and perhaps the order of submission, as well as (of course) the storylines. In regard to these matters (awards, prizes, which pieces are chosen for republication, and ownership of storylines), you accept our decisions as final.
Posted by Charles Sage at 4:41 AM