September 10, 2003, Atlanta, Georgia
Announcing an all-new internet site dedicated to writers, readers, and
avid word fans everywhere.
You are cordially invited to surf your keyboard over to
www.wordtrip.com. Wordtrip.com has joined the love of reading and
writing with intuitive web design to create the easiest and most user-friendly reading and writing website we've seen.
Wordtrip.com is a community of readers and writers sharing our love of
"all things wordly." Wordtrip.com has moved out of the testing stages,
and we can't wait for you to visit our new site. We have many
features including easy-to-use forums, random plot generators,
virtual readers' and writers' clubs, and even more in the works. Best of all, our forums are free!
"Once you register, you have immediate access to general discussion
areas and much more," said Wordtrip.com principal Charles H. Pillsbury III.
There's no charge for registration, of course, and Wordtrip.com keeps a
tight rein on all personal information. "We hate sites that sell their
users' addresses," Pillsbury says, "So the Wordtrip.com team goes out of
our way to keep all your information secure and private."
The site consists of both reader's and writer's sections. The reading
area includes forums to discuss your favorite books, read and post
reviews, and find suggested reading lists on a variety of topics. We also think you will enjoy reading the unique pieces contributed by YOU, our writing members.
The writer's area offers a place to get (or stay) motivated to finish your
great novel; get help, input, encouragement, or feedback; tools and
links to free resources; writing contests; and many forums to post your
writing. To truly be "all things wordly," we offer sections for
educators--with strong emphasis on homeschoolers-- a college area, and
a students' area. Our affiliate site, Wordtripjr.com offers a place where
kids of all ages can safely learn about reading and writing.
Our staff and moderators (real readers and writers) work hard to ensure
you will love wordtrip.com as much as they do. For additional
information visit www.wordtrip.com or e-mail email@example.com.
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