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and Margaret Atwood joined the Wattpad website.
Today, in addition to Messwinkletoes, Baccutie4eva and xoStardust, there is a new member of the Wattpad website for readers: Booker prizewinner Margaret Atwood". Wattpad has registered with Atwood to send their letter to its nine million other users' communities worldwide. Atwood describes herself as a "writer since 1956" on her website and has two new poetries published, plans to publish a play of fantasy this fall and will also be the jury of a competition of poets to be staged in July.
Their work is already attracting enthusiasts on Watt Pad. Thriller Suite was also well received by Watt pad readers. "I' ve already seen a few things on the site, but haven't yet comment. How am I supposed to find someone from a million different user groups? Pickwick papers were continuously released and folks responded to the sections with a note.
" Wantpad allows the user to divide their work chapters by chapters, with readers' commentaries that help design storylines. Atwood' s digitally experimented work already includes a current story about Byliner.com, for which she has two installments scheduled, and the launching of her own start-up, Fanado, an on-line event area. Writer of The Handmaid's Tale, The Blindfold Assassin and Alias Grace said she was encouraged to enroll with Wantpad to motivate young people.
"She said, "How do young men get to her office? "but it was an awkward thing because it had your name on it. At Wattpad you can enter your correct name or have a username, which a large number does. You can go out there and get your feed back, but you can't have the terrible expectations that folks at your schools will moan.
It' actually a fairly clean way to get a readers who look at nothing more than your work. "They should be feeling anxious about what they're doing because of all the web, but the thing is that I don't see it as if I' m incising them in any way, I see it as encouragement to read and write.
One hears a great deal that folks will no longer be reading and writing, they will only be playing videogames. If we don't encouraging young readership and writing, we won't have older ones later," she said. According to the writer, all her numerical experimentation is an attempt to find answers to the same question:
"What are we doing to promote alphabetization in this underworld? "because she is "one of those who believe that alphabetization is indispensable for all the remnants of our democracy".