W.O.W. Network


I’m a proud member of the World of Writing Network. We are a community of writer-bloggers with our own dreams and goals; and we’re all here to support each other. Members include readers, writers, authors and editors who actively post about their passion.

If you like LitRALLY, you might like other blogs in the W.O.W. network.

W.O.W. Network Member Blogs

Mind the Dog Writing Blog A.S. Creasy
Mind the Dog Writing Blog features book lists, author interviews, writing tips, writing prompts, and a documentation of the blogger’s personal novel-writing experience as she lives it- all the while incorporating cute stories and pictures of her two biggest fans: the dogs who run her life.
Write. Revise. Repeat. Charlene Jimenez
Write. Revise. Repeat. focuses on the writer’s life, writing resources, and what Charlene’s learned from her own writing experiences and as a creative writing professor. Writing isn’t a destination. It’s a journey, and it requires writing, revising, and then repeating.

W.O.W Membership Requirements

Once a blog has been granted membership in W.O.W., in order to maintain that status, the following requirements must be met. Members of W.O.W are required to:

  1. include this exact page in its original wording (as seen here) on its own page on their blog
  2. publish posts to their blog at least once a month
  3. provide links to all other members’ blogs on the homepage of their blog and this page
  4. update this page and their homepage to reflect new member blogs as they join, providing links to these blogs on this page, as well as their homepage
  5. update this page and their homepage to reflect withdrawn member blogs as they withdraw, deleting links from this page, as well as their homepage
  6. notify all other members if they plan to withdraw membership or cease maintaining their blog
  7. include the W.O.W logo on the homepage of their blog for the duration of their membership, removing it in the event of membership withdrawal or removal or the cessation of the blog
  8. maintain a blog focused on reading, writing, editing, proofreading, technical writing, journalism, or a related field
  9. adhere to laws regarding obscenity and pornography, and maintain polite and respectful discourse.