What kind of content may be posted on I Write That?
You may post articles, poetry, short stories, novels, scripts, and screenplays on our website. Items may be fiction or non-fiction. Please refer to our terms of service for more information about the types of material that may not be posted.
How much does it cost to use Iwritethat.com?
It’s totally free to read and post content on our website. We do require that you sign up for an account in order to post your writings, “love” another’s post (similar to the Facebook “like” system), or read content marked as NSFW (not safe for work). It’s quick and easy to sign up and only requires a valid email address.
How do I change my account information?
You can update/change your user avatar, email address, account password, and your biographical information by clicking on the “My account” link located on the user menu. The user menu is always visible at the top of any page, even when scrolling. You may not change your user name once you have signed up for an account.
Where is my portfolio and how do I edit it?
Your writing portfolio is available on the “My Writings” page. Whenever you post a new writing, it is automatically added to your portfolio. You may edit items in your portfolio directly on the “My Writings” page. You must be signed in to your account in order to edit any of your writings.
Can I add images to my writings?
Yes, we allow (and even encourage) our writers to set a featured image for their posts. All images must abide by our terms of service (i.e. You may not post violent, pornographic, or obscene images in any form). Inappropriate images will be deleted without warning and may result in suspension of your account.
I don’t like a comment I received. Can I delete it?
Acknowledging that comments are the thoughts and opinions of one author to another, I Write That does not allow its authors to personally delete comments about their writings. That being said, all comments must be approved by an administrator prior to becoming visible on our site. If you feel that an approved comment violates our terms of service then you may contact us to report it and request its removal.