Something I’ve been asking myself lately is this how many of Protagonize‘s 7,100+ authors are actually part of a real-world writing group. My semi-educated guess, based on membership demographics, is that there’s a small percentageÂ of you who do belong to physical author groups, meeting up on a regular basis with your cohorts to discuss your latest preferences in the literary arena and work on further refining your writing chops.
If you do happen to belong to a writing group outside of Protagonize, be it an online forum or a real-life meetup with like-minded individuals, I’d like to hear about it. Better yet, I’m looking for writing groups who would be interested in hosting their online presence and discussion within Protagonize’s Groups area. If you or someone you know has any interest in participating, whether their writing group is public or private, I’ll do my best to accommodate you and listen to your feedback.
Please feel free to get in touch with me directlyÂ if you’re interested, no matter where you’re based or how large or small your group might be. I’d be happy to set you up with a group of your own to try out for your members.
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