Welcome to Green Room, Where Writers Gather, a place to post creative content, put the world to rights, or just chill out with a cup of coffee and a fascinating read.

 

There are many useful features for members to enjoy.

Once your application is accepted and you're logged in, you can customize your page with your own banner, add your avatar and bio and start blogging immediately.

You can write now, save and post later if you wish, or copy and paste from a document or from the pages of your website.

Members retain copyright of their content which they can specify in the field provided in the composer of each blog.

Browsing and embedding images and videos into text is fuss free.

You can seek friendly Support and offer Suggestions through the Help menu, or via email to admin@gr8word.

 

To date, Green Room has two Social Media accounts, but members are warmly encouraged to share any post on their own timelines. We want them to enjoy the experience of posting with us and disseminating articles, both current and retrospective. This benefits the blogger profile all round, as well as strengthening the collective, and costs nothing. Use of the tag box is recommended and is of great value, not only for readers searching for subjects, but for keeping posts in circulation. Featured posts, randomly selected, are subject to frequent change. Sharing among members only is an option, as is keeping posts private for unspecified periods of time.

 

 

Posts may be subject to moderation.

Guest comments are welcome and are subject to moderation.

New features will be added periodically.

Our Terms & Conditions are straightforward.

 

Members of Green Room can confirm they have, or have had, an established profile elsewhere as an English-language writer/blogger/author, when they fill in a simple application form which requests links to their writer identity. Membership is free. It always will be. There is a PayPal button for voluntary donation only, whenever they or their visitors feel generous enough to contribute.

Above all, we hope that a strong sense of community and the sharing of ideas will be part of this enterprise.

Green Room is a platform. It provides an (added) avenue for reaching readers and an opportunity for the discussion of content. Writers seeking critical appraisal are advised to find a site created for that purpose.

We wouldn't want members to feel under obligation to comment on others' posts, but hope they will wish to do so from time to time. We're all busy trying to catch up with a thousand and one things!

We know you're seasoned scribes buzzing with bright ideas and inspiration and that you will extend courtesy and goodwill to other users at all times.

Enjoy your blog adventure!

 
 
The site was founded in July 2014 by Rosy Cole, author, and her son, Chris East, technologist, and is based in the United Kingdom.

 

Writing For Life

We are a small, friendly community who value writing as a tool for developing a brighter understanding of the world and humanity. We share our passions and experiences with one another and with a public readership. ‘Guest’ comments are welcome. No login is required. In Social Media we are happy to include interesting articles by other writers on any of the themes below. Enjoy!


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Latest Comments

Ken Hartke Brickwork
05 November 2019
It caught me by surprise the first time I noticed it. After the trolley man, the house was owned by...
Katherine Gregor Queuing Outside la Comédie Française
03 November 2019
I wish British mothers did, too. Although I suspect that in Paris, too, this is a relatively rare o...
Katherine Gregor Queuing Outside la Comédie Française
03 November 2019
I don't know Congreve well enough to compare. I'm afraid Restauration theatre somewhat escapes me. ...
Stephen Evans Brickwork
03 November 2019
The trolley man’s cigar - wonderful image.
Stephen Evans Queuing Outside la Comédie Française
03 November 2019
So evocative - I wish American mothers would take their children to Moliere.