Welcome to the Writer’s Bloc.
Welcome to our website, and please excuse our dust as we get ourselves situated. Feel free to wander about during construction, just remember to wear a helmet. Safety first!
What We Are: The Writer’s Bloc is a writer’s support circle, specializing in mostly fiction works although anyone is welcome to attend. Online, we link to articles of interest to other writers, post bits of our work, critique each other, and use our various social circles to help promote and support each other. Offline, we have a writer’s circle that meets once a month in the Los Angeles/South Bay area (actual location pending).
Who We Are: We are writers and authors, novelists and editors, artists and wordsmiths who come together to support and aid each other, believing that while individually we are all talented, together we are an unstoppable force of artistic expression. See Members for more details.
Where We Are: Our main physical location is in the Los Angeles/Orange County area, although you’re welcome to attend brick-and-mortar meetings from as far away as you’re willing to drive/fly/swim/hop/slither/undulate/ooze. Online, we are from all over the world (and beyond: Welcome, our new Aldebarran branch! Sqweegle-plik ta!).
How We Are: Quite well thanks. Yourself?
How to Link to The Writer’s Bloc: For members (or even just folks who like this site and want to link to us with a cool graphic), we have a variety of images/avatars you can use. Choose from:
Full name logo, square. 300 x 300, resizable. Direct link: https://socalwritersbloc.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/writersblocsquare.gif
Abbreviate Name Logo, Square. 200 x 200, resizable. Direct link: https://socalwritersbloc.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/twblogo200.gif
The Writer’s Bloc, Full Name Logo, Horizontal. 200 x 79, resizable. Direct link: https://socalwritersbloc.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/writersblockhorizontal.gif
Simply point to one of the ‘direct links’ listed here for the image, and point to the main page: https://socalwritersbloc.wordpress.com for the actual link. If you need a code example of how to do that, check out this example here:<a href=”https://socalwritersbloc.wordpress.com/”> <img src=”https://socalwritersbloc.wordpress.com/2011/10/writersblockhorizontal.gif”></a>
Thanks, and happy writing!