I created the first part of a sci-fi short story somewhere else and it did well, but I was thinking it might work better here on Hub Pages. What would be the best way to do this. The part that's already published is really the integral part, but the story could go off in other directions; past present and future.
I know I can't duplicate what's over there and I suppose I could rewrite what's been done.
Is there any advice?
Can you delete it? If so, then all you have to do is wait a few days and you'll be able to publish it here.
I guess I'd rather not do that. I could take a different perspective and write it again, but still accomplish the same story line angle that the first did.
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