Baltimore, MD, September 30, 2014 –(PR.com)– A small town Maryland couple has launched a major online social network: WriterQ.com, which introduces a totally new concept in online storytelling and blogging. And masses will agree that discovering a new concept on the internet nowadays is like striking gold.
Steve and Judy Reese, of Annapolis, MD are not ashamed to explain, “Two years ago we were losing our house to foreclosure; we were hopeless. Then one day we looked at each other and decided: we could either catch up on back mortgage payments or we could try our luck at a cool new website idea.” In 2012 they established their company, Moonbow LLC, and after pouring the last nickels of their piggy bank into product trademarks, lawyers, and development costs, the dubious website, WriterQ.com was born.
Already being hailed as “progressive,” WriterQ.com is best described as a kind of “You-Tube for writers,” only instead of posting videos, members post texts to read, critique, and to listen to: short stories, poetry, non-fiction, blogs, lectures, and more. Indeed what makes writerQ so special (and certainly exciting for any writer) is that the texts are read out loud by real human beings. For example, a young girl in Iowa may submit a story about walking home late at night through a cemetery. Shortly thereafter she can log-in to hear her story as read aloud by any number of writers from all over the country. Of course the site is also enjoyed by “folks who just want to listen,” so Steve and Judy proudly remind everyone.
WriterQ.com is up and running; the voices and the critiques have begun. On WriterQ no doubt any writer, amateur or pro, is sure to find a never-seen-before concept in self-publishing, blogging, audio broadcasting, and critique sharing. WriterQ.com offers free, no-credit-card membership and promises an absolutely unique experience for readers, writers, and listeners alike.
By the way, Steve and Judy have since managed to save their home. “We know it was crazy taking a chance like that,” they both laugh. “But we always say, Do what you love and the success will follow.”
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