GIAM offers groups for writers, both published and unpublished. See which is best for you.

GIAMx Member

  • For writers with completed manuscripts actively submitting or publishing their work
  • Weekly accountability of stated goals
  • WritingGIAM Facebook group page for added networking
  • 24-hour access to GIAM Chatzy Lounge for writing sprints
  • 100×100 challenge–write 100 words per day for 100 days in a row to build daily writing habit
  • Tour de Force challenge–periodic challenges to write 50,000 words in a calendar month
  • Annual GIAM Meet & Greet at RWA’s National Conference
  • GIAM Class loop offering free online writing classes

GIAM GoPRO Member

  • For unpublished writers working on completing a single manuscript and who have not yet begun the submission or publishing process
  • Weekly accountability of stated goals
  • WritingGIAM Facebook group page for added networking
  • 24-hour access to GIAM Chatzy Lounge for writing sprints
  • 100×100 challenge–write 100 words per day for 100 days in a row to build daily writing habit
  • Tour de Force challenge–periodic challenges to write 50,000 words in a calendar month
  • Annual GIAM Meet & Greet at RWA’s National Conference

Interested in Joining?

Fill out the contact form below.

Please include your full name, where you’re from, and a brief history of your writing experience and your targeted genres in fiction. Please identify whether you’ve completed one or more manuscripts and begun the submission process or are working toward finishing your current work-in-progress.

At this time, our GIAMx6 goals group, available to “PRO-equivalent and up” writers only, is accepting new members.

Our GoPRO group has no membership cap. We welcome all writers serious about finishing their manuscript.

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Goals

It's not just about setting goals but holding oneself accountable for them. We encourage weekly recaps where you report all your writing progress during the past 7 days.

Inspiration

Some members are inspired by involvement, others lurk behind the scenes. Either way, the group dynamic tends to inspire everyone to drive a little faster toward their goals.

Amity

Our GIAMx communities are capped at 60 people so you always feel like you're among friends. Touching base weekly on writing progress and Life helps forge strong bonds among members.

Motivation

Knowing that others want to hear about your achievements and even your setbacks can make a world of difference in your efforts. Soon, you'll find you don't want to be the one to break the chain of progress.