Writing Platforms & and Communities (Young/Mature Writers)

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Sharing my favorite writing websites with young and mature writers!

BOOMWRITER offers the following FREE!

  • Unlimited number of Boomwriter Writing activities (Stories, Assignments, Student Journals)

Trish Hopkinson

A SELFISH POET

  • A Selfish Poet. For poets and creative writers seeking publication, writer Trish Hopkinson shares writing tips and no-fee calls for submissions. …

Claire Kinton

Klinton is a storyteller, who writes a blog to encourage readers and writers and promotes storytelling. Young writers will find “Mrs. Kinton’s Book Club,” for 8-12yrs Lot’s of Fun!

  • FundsforWriters.Hope Clark, Editor, FundsforWriters ..FundsforWriters is the specialist on grants available to freelance writers. https://fundsforwriters.com/

  • LittleZotz Writing. Free resource:

The Freelance Writer’s ABCs, you’ll find 26 timeless lessons for freelance writers.

There’s practical advice like how to blog, the importance of contracts, how to meet deadlines, and how to write a killer query letter. Plus 18 other lessons!

Chapter 2 The Violet Flame

The North Star Fairy College teachings include the knowledge of the violet flame; which remained a secret fairy teaching in the spiritual or etheric retreats of the Fairy sisterhood.   I am Grizelda, and I am known in both worlds. Grizelda means “she knows.”  The world of humans in the 15th Century names my homeland Switzer-landContinue reading “Chapter 2 The Violet Flame”

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Chapter 4 The Rite of the Fae

The evening was drawing quickly to an end and the Sorceress Debórah, my spiritual guide asked if I needed some time for myself before the 3 am Fae Rite ceremony.  The carnivalesque atmosphere at the North Star Fairy College commons was due to all who had gathered from the lower levels of creation to witnessContinue reading “Chapter 4 The Rite of the Fae”

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Chapter 3 Blackbird

Blackbird began entering my waking dreams when I was but 5 years old. He was a shy and lonely boy with long silken golden curly hair and grey-blue eyes who had no name. He toddled into my dreams without shoes . . . always without shoes! As we grew older, his big bare feet grew,Continue reading “Chapter 3 Blackbird”

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