Mine was, and is, G. I. Joe...I've actually written an article relating to my love at first sight with the toyline.
For example, George Washington wasn't the first president. The first president was John Hanson. However, thegoverment didn't want it in our recorded history that the first president dies after only serving for 24 hours...
Mine was Brown Bear. He was this oversized brown bear with big eyes and a happy looking face and yes, I slept with my teddy bear every night or I couldn't sleep at all.
Most everyone has a favorite color but why is that color your favorite and what does it remind you of?
When was the last time you really had a great time enjoying friends and family?
When you sit back and look at your accomplishments and loved ones, do you feel like you're not getting the most out of life and relationships?
I'm cruious how much the average writer writes for Hubpages.
I'm curious if literary agents read hubpages scouting for new talent.
My next book, under contract, is to write my autobiography. This may sound like the easiest thing to do but try writing your bio for a book and then amplify that by a thousand. It is no where near as easy as it sounds....
I've spent the past few weeks toying with tags and studying them and I'm hoping to elarn more about how they work and what works best? Is there some magical formula that I'm overlooking?
Can we, as writers, legally use proper names of people, products or places without fear or retribution? I want to recant some of my favorite childhood memories about my toys, no less.