… connects writers direct to their reading audience
… allows emerging Australian writers to have their work read
… places the book directly into the hands of potential purchasers, the reader.

A review panel of readers provides feedback to a book. These reviews are available for the public along with the first chapter or section of the book. If you like what you read, then the entire book is available for purchase.

writers’ web is perfect for:

  • passionate readers looking to discover the next Tim Winton
  • book clubs searching for fresh, new writers to discuss
  • writers who wish to be authors by having their work read and discussed.

We’re not accepting new writers right now
We have quite a few books from emerging Australian authors for our review panel to read, as well as the edited submissions from our Write Around Queensland initiative, so as of September 2014, we can’t take on any new writers.


  • writers

    Are you the next JK Rowling? Looking for a reading audience? Then writers' web can get your book read, reviewed and discussed so it's off your computer and in front of readers' eyes.

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  • readers

    Love to read and have a favourite genre that fills your bookshelves? Then we invite you to be on the writers' web review panel to share your feedback and opinions with others.

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  • bookclubs

    Open-minded? Keen to support emerging Australian talent? Sign up to receive more information about how your club might discover the next Peter Carey, Helen Garner or Di Morrissey.

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blog posts

21 Nov 2014 - Fantasy, The Magister reviewed
18 Nov 2014 - Story Writing Ideas – Just one image can start a great story
15 Nov 2014 - Murder mystery Muddied Water reviewed
12 Nov 2014 - Read? Is anyone reading?
09 Nov 2014 - Fantasy adventure Mactavish’s Destiny reviewed
04 Nov 2014 - The First Time… Doreen Slinkard ‘The Writer’s Happy Lament’
31 Oct 2014 - Short story Pan y Agua reviewed
27 Oct 2014 - Best Tips for Editing Yet!
24 Oct 2014 - Taya Bayliss Dog Sitter reviewed
21 Oct 2014 - Lawyer turns writer – Matthew Burgess

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