Writers' groups can be very useful to writers. They can provide quality feedback, which is something that can sometimes be difficult for
writers. Writers can also provide motivation as other writers can encourage you to keep writing and finally finish that
novel or short story. You might also meet writers more experienced than you and acquire contacts you could not obtain without the group.
Mystery author Dianne Day told us a writers group encouraged her to publish a novel, which eventually led to
her finding an agent.
A downside to writers' groups is that a bad writers' group can be unproductive, unwelcoming to newbies and a waste of your time.
Author Holly Lisle has a great article here
where she recommends joining a writers' group and explains how to choose one. She provides several rules that
help you find the best ones.
You can find a list of writer's groups and writing group resources
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