Meet My Hubbers U to Z: A Guide to Hubbers
Hubbers found on hupages.com ... there isn't a greater group of people out there ... online or otherwise. This is the last in my series about MY hubbers. My hubbers are the wonderful hubbers who have followed me and who I follow with honor and pride. I haven't been able to name all of them in this series so don't be surprised if another series pops up in the future. In the meantime, let's get right to those wonderful hubbers so you can learn a bit about them and give them a visit...I know you won't be disappointed.
Unnamed Harald - He's a history buff with a special interest in World War I and World War II. His hubs are a great way to learn about our history! Current events don't escape his writings either like his hubs on Medicare and Military robotics. Harald has been a member of hubpages for thirteen months. Why not click on over?
ubanichijioke - is a very romantic guy. His love poems abound. He is from Nigeria and is a a writer, playwright, novelist and a song writer. He, like many of us, starts each day with hubpages. He's a very talented young man and as you can see from his picture most likely attracts a lot of attention both on hubpages and off.
joanveronica - Gardening, WWII, the Tango, just some of the wonderful topics in Joan Veronica's arsenal of hubs. Joan is a retired educator and knows her stuff! Her fans say things like, "Your World War 1 & 2 articles are amazing I'm looking forward to reading all of them", "Wow, what a lot of interesting hubs! I know how to Tango dance but I haven't done it in some time. It's a lot of fun. Look forward to checking out more of your hubs." "Wonderful hubs and family stories. You write really absorbing articles." You won't regret visiting her or her hubs.
Vellur - Her name is Nithya, from Duai. Nithya has 128 hubs covering any number of subjects from lovely poetry to tips on car chargers for Apple gadgets. She also has hubs on health tips including Diabetic footwear. Of course her hubs on Dubai are beautiful and interesting. There's a lot to learn and enjoy so stop by and give her a look see.
vocalcoach - Audrey enjoys writing "how to" articles and is especially musically talented...though her talents extend beyond music as well. She is a professional singer and pianist. She is a Hub Nuggets Award winner. I especially enjoy her hubs teaching us about singing from warm ups to singing like no one can hear you. So open your heart and check out vocalcoach, I know you'll be singing her praises.
Weestro - Pete says in his profile, "a thirtysomething guy with random thoughts on work, life, and fun. You will find no niche here, I'm all over the place. I like to write humorous hubs, short stories, and sometimes dreadful poetry." On the other hand he tells us as a constant joker he has trouble getting people to take him seriously. However, his hubs are seriously great to read!
James A Watkins - James says he is "an entrepreneur, musician and writer." To say that James has a lot of followers would certainly be an understatement, he currently has 3,123 followers and you KNOW that many followers can't be wrong! His latest hub on Ciudad, Juarez, Mexico is very informative but also heartbreaking, as a place where "only 10 percent of crimes are even investigated" . Stop by and read some of James' hubs ranging from The French Revolution to Highland Terriers.
Steve West - Steve lives in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. For those of us in America we know that's a lovely, beachy, vacation town to live in. Steve says, "I like to write and make video of my journeys and experiences with my family both here and abroad." And that he does...you really need to check out his 'sixty second' videos that accompany many of his hubs, good reading with those lovely videos.
xstatic - Jim is one of those hub prizes...he has a great sense of what he's writing and makes it all so pleasant to read. Even his profile is fun to read! He finishes his profile by pointing out his favorite hub, "One of my favorite Hubs that I wrote is Fishy Business, because it is written in that Noir style that Raymond Chandler did so well." Comments he has received on his hubs include; "I love this advice! So hilarious! And it's true...we do like to organize! ", "Awesome hub, xstatic. Love the pics and the poetry.", "This poem is well thought out and written. It gives us a look into your imaginary mind. Thank you for sharing." Click on over and see what its all about!
If you enjoy these hubbers even half as much as I do, then you're in for a treat! I am so lucky to have been able to meet these hubbers and read their educational and entertaining hubs. If you'd like to meet more of my hubbers I've added links down below.
If you're not already a hubber, why not join us? It's free and you'll get to meet some really great people like the ones you've read about here. Click on this link and get more information.
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