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Elitelit.com (http://www.elitelit.com) is a high traffic (around 330 000 hits per month) site for aspiring fiction writers. We're in the process of changing our site's focus from "getting published" to "writing well", based on the results of our online survey. Our audience is composed of amateur writers who need advice on the basics of fiction writing, as well as tips on how to stay motivated -- particularly when it comes to starting and finishing their work.

Are you an experienced writer/author with a writing-related Web site, book or service to promote? We'd be happy to include a bio and site or product link/contact info at the end of your article. Please feel free to contact me about our audience profile to see if matches your target audience. We are non-paying at this time, but we should be able to send some traffic your way.

We are also looking to partner with some published writers to provide writing workshops on our site. As an Elitelit.com instructor, you would develop the workshop, and we would supply the students. You would hold the workshop through our site, and we would share the profits.

Please contact Lisa at info@elitelit.com if you're interested in either writing for us, or becoming an instructor.

Thanks!



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