The Writer's Journal is now inactive.

Check out my current website/portfolio at to see what I'm working on, including my blogging, photography, and writing. Drop me a comment under one of my blog posts to let me know what you think!

Exciting News! Author Interviews!

Check out the new Author Interviews page to see personal interviews with some of today's most popular authors! Our first featured author is Tony Abbott...

Tony Abbott is the author of numerous books for children, such as the Lunch-Box Dream, The Postcard, and Firegirl (winner of the 2006 Golden Kite Award, given annually to recognize excellence in children’s books). He has also written many series including the Secrets of Droon series, the Copernicus Legacy series, the Underworlds series, and many more.

...and the second is Heather Vogel Frederick.

Heather Vogel Frederick has written many books including The Mother-Daughter Book Club series, Once Upon a Toad, the Spy Mice series, The Voyage of Patience Goodspeed, and The Education of Patience Goodspeed. She has also written two picture books: Babyberry Pie and Hide and Squeak. Her upcoming book, the seventh book in The Mother-Daughter Book Club series, will be coming out in the summer of 2015.

 Welcome to The Writer's Journal!

This is the place to come to publish your writing, get inspired, and let your voice be heard. So get the word out, and let's get creative!
"If you find yourself asking yourself (and your friends) 'Am I really  a writer? Am I really an artist?' chances are, you are. The counterfeit innovator is wildly self-confident. The real one is scared to death." These are the words of Steven Pressfield in 'The War of Art. You are a writer. You are an artist. No matter how scared you are, you are the innovator, the voice of a generation. So use your gifts - your passions - and share them with the world.

It's All about Creativity

Everything that you see on our site is meant to spark your creativity, and give you inspiration for writing. Tell us your own way to get creative and find inspiration, and send your writing tips. We'll post them here! Go to the Contact and Submit page for more information.

Important Notices:

How to See Changes

We try to edit and improve our site quite often, but you might have to refresh the page a few times before you can see the changes we've made. One tip is to even restart your computer; or you could just wait until the next time you are checking out our site to see changes.

What you Can do to Help our Site

The Writer's Journal is having a pretty hard time becoming popular, and a great way that you could help us is to tell as many people as you can (always in a polite way, of course). Email all of your friends. Tell them in person. Share it on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and in your own blogs. The more people that are on our site, the more writing we receive, the more writing tips you can get, and the better place the world will be for writers everywhere!


Edit and revise your work. I am busy and don't have time to edit all of your writing before posting it. I will always look it over just in case, but please try to make sure that your writing is as grammatically correct as possible. 

About Us

Welcome! My name is Danielle, and I created this website a when I was in fifth grade. The Writer's Journal is a website that is dedicated to writing - it is a safe place where you can share and publish your work. On this website, it's all about having your voice heard.

Our Mission

The Writer's Journal's goal is to create a place where people can improve their writing, have their voice heard, and learn about the power of words. We publish any writing; your skill, experience, and content don't matter to us! We also publish any age; are you in kindergarten sharing your first poem? Or are you an adult, just looking for a place to share your writing? Everything gets published. Here, it's all about you getting a chance to share your writing, without being limited by your experience.

Feel free to send us questions and comments! Go to the Contact and Submit page to learn more.

Just remember to be creative and have fun! Enjoy writing and the beauty that it creates. Remember that writing can be shared and enjoyed by everyone.

What to Submit

Here is a basic summary of what you can submit:

  • Writing, of course! (Hopefully fully edited and revised - and hopefully writing that you are proud of!)
  • Photographs - along with 1-5 sentences describing, explaining, or having to do with your photographs. The writing is important; this site is for writing, ater all!
  • Creative entries - illustrations and more!
  • Site Surveys - we love to know what you think about our website because we love to improve!

To learn how to submit entries, visit the Contact and Submit page. To see writing that has been submitted, go to the Writing page.

Click on the photographs above to enlarge them. I did not take them, but they are here to inspire. Want to submit your own photographs? Go to the Contact and Submit page to learn how. Check out the Photo Gallery to see inspiring photos taken by others!

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