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SAFARI FRIDAY searching the web for writers and readers

Safari = Swahili for long journey.
I am on the look out for anything accessible from a keyboard that educates, entertains, intrigues, raises a smile. Anything that helps a writer or reader get through the day or the next draft.
Let me know if you write a website that you’d like featured or discover something that really should be shared.
PARAGRAPH PLANET
A long established flash fiction website run by a writer for writers (and readers – there’s plenty of good stuff here).
Your submission can be a short story, an extract from a novel or a moment captured. The main rule is that it needs to be EXACTLY 75 words long including the title. There is a chance for regular contributors to have their own free contributor page.

No payment – just honour and glory and a deep sense of satisfaction.

GOOD FOR
Writing practice
A quick read
Writer’s block

Click here to visit Paragraph Planet

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3 comments on “SAFARI FRIDAY searching the web for writers and readers

  1. EastEndLass
    March 22, 2013

    🙂 Did you see my one yesterday?

  2. bridget whelan
    March 22, 2013

    No! Just checked it out, FAIRIES! What’s not to like…it’s a great way of exercising your imagination, isn’t it? We need challenges like this.

  3. Pingback: Safari Friday searching the web for writers and readers — a selection of some of the best from last year | BRIDGET WHELAN writer

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