Some HubLove For Some Great Hubbers
Writing is Important to Us All
Some Of The Best On HubPages
The other day I wrote about some of my favorite HubPages authors. I wasn’t feeling very well at the time and didn’t have the energy to write about all of my favorites. Today I will add to the list of talented writers that I love to read.
The first hub I read from American View was Mrs. Obama was not Proud of America. This was about a comment that Mrs. Obama made when her husband was elected President and she said something to the effect of “Now I can be proud of America.” American View writes about the state of our nation and his ideas about how to make things better.
epigramman writes amazing poetry that makes you feel the words that he writes. He writes on a variety of topics and can make me smile with the comments he leaves on my comment sections and those of others. He is very interesting to read.
lord de cross is another who can (and does) write about just about everything. He also leaves great comments that are fun to read. Lord is another one who can make me very emotional when he writes. He is definitely someone you want to read!
molometer is a fellow teacher with a different style of writing than mine. He writes about a lot of different issues, as well. He is fairly new to HubPages, but you couldn’t tell it by his writing. Fun and informative to read.
Of course, there all many more wonderful writers here on HubPages. I could never write about them all. On these two hubs, I have mentioned some that I read quite often and appreciate what they read. If you would like to suggest other writers that people should be reading, then mention them in the comment section and I will each and every suggestion!
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