I have briefly mentioned this resource in the past in association with a review for my book. At the time, Envie (@enviemagFTLC) was the Writing Community Newsletter. They have changed their name, their look, and are expanding their services, offerings and content of their magazine.
Besides great articles pertaining to writing, book reviews and book promos, they are offering spotlights for VSS, poetry, and flash fiction writers. If you have something you want featured, you can submit it to them and (if space is still available) it will be published in the next edition.
Another new feature they are developing is a services database. If you offer any kind of service to the writing community, you can submit your listing and it will be posted in the newsletter as well as eventually in a more permanent listing on their website. This includes editing, proofreading, book reviews, beta reading, cover design… basically, if you offer something that helps out authors, you can get added to this database. Even if you don’t, but you are an author, this is something you will want to keep your eye on as they get this piece launched.
On top of all of that, they are starting a new blogger feature. If you have a blog, of any kind, you can be featured as their blog of the month in the magazine (@enviebotm).
Did I mention that all of this is offered for free? I honestly cannot push this group enough because they really do a ton of work to support the writing community on all levels. It is absolutely worth your time to subscribe to this amazing resource.
*No, I am not a part of the group in any way. I’m just amazed at all they do and want to do my part to help them grow so they can offer even more amazing things to the community.
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Good to know!
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Everything is either error or still under construction. Once they have their content up and the profiles a bit more refined, I’ll revisit. 🙂
Most of their activity is on Twitter and the newsletter comes out via email.