Meet My Hubbers: M to P: A guide to hubbers
My first two hubs on meeting my hubbers has been accepted very well. It is definitely my privilege to write about some of my followers...such wonderful hubbers. As everyone knows, being a hubber is more than being a writer, it is being a member of the hub community. We share our successes and help each other whenever we can.
Again, these are not all of my followers but some randomly picked to help you meet some hubbers you may not know. Of course with the new set up on HubPages you can check out all of my followers from my Profile Page. Well, further further ado let's meet my hubbers from M to P.
Melovy - a creative writer from Scotland. She won my heart with her article about my favorite birds, Puffins! She'll also introduce you to Scotland, writes about children and great recipes...but that's not all. Melovy covers lots in her hubs and they are as varied as the places to view puffins! Don't forget to stop by and of course learn more about puffins too!
Movie Master - A great photographer with hubs giving you lots of good hints on photographty but that's just the tip of the iceberg. Her wonderful writing has given her accolades on hubpages and interviews by her fellow hubbers. Her 'travel' hubs about England are accompanied by some really great photos! Don't forget to stop by and see her photos.
Moonlake - She's a "military brat" with much to tell. Her photos are beautiful, most taken right in her wonderful backyard. She has lots of 'down home' hubs but has haiku as well. Moonlake is a very versatile lady...you can even learn how to filet a fish from her! You surely don't want to miss out on her talents. (Notice she doesn't like her picture taken.)
Daughter of Maat - Melissa was a biology major and is interested in scrapbooking...now that's a combination. She was voted 2012 Forum Queen as well. She worked as an opthalmlic technican and has written some pretty comprehensive and helpful hubs about the eye. She also writes about spirits and health, a pretty eclectic mix. There's lots more and you will not only be interested but learning when you read Melissa's hubs.
Made - Madeline is from Finland...she says, "I prefer to write personal hubs and along this journey of writing hubs, I have discovered that I need to write about my thoughts, and it seems that they often come out as poetry." Another comment from Made is in regard to the first part of a story-poem she wrote, " It's in my head knocking on the door waiting to come out." This three part poem, along with everything Made writes, needs to be read!
michiganman567 - He writes about political and social issues...from Google to MTV. What do you know about Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles? Michiganman can fill you in. He has begun to pick up his writing on hub pages and you might like to pick up reading his work.
Mary615 - You won't meet a nicer lady than our Mary...her beautiful personality shines through her hubs. She received a Hub of the Day in April of 2012, and though she lives in Florida she loves to visit Puerto Rico and write wonderful hubs about her journeys. Her hubs are varied and she writes about animals, gardening, and more. I bet you'll enjoy her hubs.
Marsei - Though she joined hub pages only five months ago she has become a great member of the community. She says, "I am very interested in metaphysics, lucid dreaming, animals, especially cats, orb photography, nature in general, life in general." Why not stop by and see what she's all about?
Midget38 - Michelle Liew is a breath of fresh air. First of all, I never thought I would know anyone in Singapore and secondly have the inside track on some great home recipes from there as well. There's much more to Michelle than recipes...she writes on such a variety of subjects but I have to say I am totally blown away by her haikus! The only way to see what I mean about her wonderful works is to read them...she's a great commenter too!
Daisy Mariposa - Daisy is an all 'round writer. She has done well on hubpages winning a Hub Nuggets Accolade, the 2012 Most Interesting Hub, AND she completed the HubPages Apprentice Program. There is so much to be said about Daisy and her writing. An excerpt from one fanmail reads, "You are an amazing writer and a huge asset to the HubPages Community!" Her art parodies are legendary, see for yourself.
Marcoujor - This lady defies definition, but let me try. She's won Best Poet in 2011 as well as a HubNugget Award in 2011...she's been interviewed by several hubbers, writes hubs and poetry but her current coup de grâce is her the interviews she does of other hubbers. If you want to find out about other hubbers, Marcoujor is the place to go!
Miss Olive - want to learn about food? Miss Olive's your gal, but there's more to her hubs than food...autism, asperger's, and lots of hubs about writing on hubpages...you can learn a lot about writing from Miss Olive. One of her hubs is "Online Research Writing: Tips and Tricks". She says her hubs are and will be diverse just like her, and she is rigiht.
Oilersmyth - An eclectic mix of hubs ranging from iPhones to iPads to haiku! There's a love affair with the iPhone going on here and you can get lots of useful information from the hubs and learn more about the iPhone especially as new ones hit the scene.
Pagesvoice - a/k/a Dennis Page says, "I have written numerous articles on several different sites and have published stories in a national magazine titled, "Our USA Magazine." Dennis writes about America, food, animals and more. One of my favorites is, "25 Reasons Why I Love New York More Than Any Other State"...of course I'm a bit prejudiced.
ThePracticalMommy - One of the best ways to describe her is to quote her as she wrote in her profile, "Aside from family or parenting hubs, I have also written hubs having to do with teaching or writing here on HubPages (most of my teaching articles can be found on LearnFromMe's page on HubPages)." She's had three hubs that were Hubs of the Day, one hub won Hub Nugget and one a Week 1 Winner of March 2012 Contest.
I'd like to add once more, these are not all of my hubbers from "M to P" but enough to introduce you to them. There are more but there's never enough room. I know these hubbers and they know me...that's why I'd like you to get to know them too. My next hub will be "Q to T". I hope you've been enjoying this series. If so, please leave a comment and of course any suggestions. Thank you for reading.
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Meet MY Hubbers : A to H: A Guide to Hubbers
- Meet My Hubbers: A to H: A guide to hubbers
This is a small sampling of my followers (and those I follow)....a nutshell introduction to just a few of the fantastic citizens of hubville. Come and meet them.
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