“ReadWave” is born

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As the writing website “Circalit” is to become solely one devoted to screenwriters, those of us who had short stories or longer works of fiction uploaded on the site have been asked to post them instead on the new “ReadWave” site especially for that purpose.

The team who were behind “Circalit” are now putting their energies into the new “ReadWave” site, which has lots of new features for writers – most notably, a better platform for linking to Facebook, Twitter, and writer blogs.  The site, which encourages reader reviews, allows you to upload stories and get feedback.  Stories can be searched by genre, but there are also “Staff Picks”, “Newest” and “Trending” sections.

If you have a story you’d like to see online, and in particular you’re interested in gaining peer review feedback, log onto http://www.readwave.com/ and sign up.  The upload procedure is simple and straightforward, and following your first upload, you’ll receive a helpful email giving you tips for publicising your work.

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