Other good writers' forums.:

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1 Wheezy26th May 2011 10:32:05 AM from Tampa, FL. Again.
(That Guy You Met Once)
I'm looking to join another one - maybe more than one - so I'm not always bouncing my ideas off the same group of people on TV Tropes.

I'm writing a comic script, so any site with a focus on those would be nice, but not a necessity.

Any recommendations?
2 chihuahua026th May 2011 10:45:20 AM from Standoff, USA , Relationship Status: I LOVE THIS DOCTOR!
Writer's Welcome Wagon
There's a small one called Budding Writers that I was a member of before I came to TV Tropes. Let me find the link to it.

Here. Once you join, say that chihuahua0 says hi and he's sorry that he hadn't returned.

edited 26th May '11 10:46:46 AM by chihuahua0

3 Gault26th May 2011 10:47:14 AM from near a disputed border
When history changes...
If you're into writing Fantasy you could use Mythic Scribes. I'm not sure how good of a resource it is as I don't have much experience with it myself, but it looks to be good.

http://mythicscribes.com/
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4 annebeeche26th May 2011 11:39:01 AM from by the long tidal river
watching down on us
www.critiquecircle.com

It's got a damn good queue system in which you critique other peoples' stories and submit your own to be critiqued.

edited 26th May '11 11:40:26 AM by annebeeche

Banned entirely for telling FE that he was being rude and not contributing to the discussion. I shall watch down from the goon heavens.
5 SalFishFin26th May 2011 03:24:35 PM from on top of Your Mum , Relationship Status: I get a feeling so complicated...
Trolling Swordsman
Budding Writers:

Total Members: 122 (The newest member is *Lethal Butterfly*) Jan 21 2011, 09:02 AM, a record 15 users were online.
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6 chihuahua026th May 2011 03:39:10 PM from Standoff, USA , Relationship Status: I LOVE THIS DOCTOR!
Writer's Welcome Wagon
It's a small, slow community, if you aren't going for hard-core and more personal and contest fare. It would be bigger except that their old service provider got the magnet and they had to move. So basically they lost most of their threads and dead member profiles.

The Puzzler
NaNoWriMo anyone?
Has ADD, plays World of Tanks, thinks up crazy ideas like children making spaceships for Hitler. Occasionally writes them down.
8 Dec26th May 2011 11:43:57 PM from The Dance Floor
Stayin' Alive
^ First one I thought of, honestly. Some of the spin-off communities are nice too, in particular WriYe, JulNoWriMo, and AugNoWriMo, even if the latter two only during their own challenge months.
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Deviantart.
Forum Villain
Hortorian.

It's pretty decent. ~500 members, pretty active, and the admin managed to snag interviews with pretty famous authors. It's great. You should try it. I'm "Evan" on the forum.
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