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Channels

Welcome to the Random Writers Channels Page. Below, you will find information on the particular subjects about which the Random Writers community has created posts.

PROMPTS

Need a little bit of a shove in terms of what you should write about? Our Prompts channel is exactly that. Working off a predetermined list of questions and topics, our Random Writers Direction Team tackles a new subject every week. Of course, this channel is open to anyone who may be interested in contributing a blog about any of the subjects being discussed.

Posts on the Prompts channel will be added the week of that particular prompt, and submissions can always be sent in advance for a topic to be covered at a future date. Unfortunately, submissions for prompts that have already been discussed (i.e. occurring in the past) will not be posted.

FAITH

Faith and spirituality mean different things to different people. The goal of our Faith channel is to allow writers from all walks of life and from varying beliefs to share their stories with others. Stories of triumph, stories of doubt, stories of struggle, stories of redemption; if you have a story about your faith and spiritual experiences you’d like to share with others, this is the channel for you.

What this channel is not is a forum to discuss religion, mock religions, or promote or degrade any religion or religious organization. Random Writers aspires to promote love, understanding, and acceptance. Submissions we deem to be negative, hateful, or bigoted will not be published.

PARENTING

The challenges and experiences of parents are ever-evolving, and so, too, are those of children. We may not all be parents, but most of us have had experiences dealing with parents, be it our own or those of others we know. You don’t have to be a parent to share your thoughts and stories about parenting in today’s diverse world.

What are some experiences you learned as a parent? What are some of the funny stories you’ve witnessed as as observer of others in their attempts at parenting? Do you have a kid with ambitions to write who wants to tell her or his story about dealing with parents? This is the place to do it.

COMMUNITY

Random Writers was born not only out of a desire to further explore the written word, but also from experiences in charity and volunteerism. The roots of Random Writers are grounded in the soil of doing things for others, finding betterment in all we do, and working to make the world a better place.

The Community channel is a place where you can write to promote groups or events in your area that you feel would benefit from a larger audience. Tell us about the charities, non-proits, and change makers in your lives that are working to make a difference in the lives of others.

Also, the Community channel is a place where you can submit your stories about how you’ve been impacted and inspired by the good work others have done. Similar to the ads by Liberty Mutual in which random acts of kindness are contagious, we hope the Community channel will let the stories of the do-gooders we’ve experienced inspire others to do good as well.

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2 responses to “Channels

  1. Zach

    July 19, 2012 at 9:54 pm

    I’m interested in writing. These seems like an excellent avenue to do so. Any need for additional writers?

     
    • Gil Gonzalez

      October 31, 2012 at 10:16 am

      Zach,

      Thanks for the interest and our apologies for the delay in replying. Random Writers is on a bit of a hiatus for now, but as we re-launch, we will be in need for all kinds of contributions and submissions. Please stay tuned as we’ll be posting information once we reset.

       

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