that is soooo weird....i was actually thinking about writing a hub about some 'lesser known' hubbers...hubbers i find interesting but who never frequent the forums, or don't even have high hub scores, for that matter. i was going to ask the Hubteam if you needed their permission to write a hub about them.
There are so many hubbers that it would be quite complicated for me personally to write a review about one particular hubber, whenever I have written on hubbers there have always been multiple hubbers listed or the community has been actively involved.
You are so silly, lolololo My reviews are always long this is why I have chosen to write a hub but you are welcome to sneak back here and write your review based on my review. You are naughty and sneaky, lololololo
Although I appreciate your suggestion and the resulting awesome review I must disagree that my hubs are anything more than just scribble. Also please accept my apologies for my newbie response-for some reason that word has always gotten under my skin. Again my apologies if I displayed an emotion in my response. Thanks much for suggestion me!
it was a pleasure not only reading your extraordinary hubs, but reviewing and recommending them. WebsiteExaminer and myself both had a "hubpihany" of sorts and we discovered that we both found your work exceptional and interesting. as Hubpages is a supportive community, it is always good to spread some Hublove, especially on days like today.
Cosette has kindly reviewed MordechaiZoltan in a new hub entitled: "Who's that hubber? Inquiring minds want to know."
The hub gives a fairly comprehensive overview of Mordechai's work, spanning several hubs. It is clear from the onset that Cosette does not know Zoltan, giving it all a bit of a mysterious touch. A teddy bear for an avatar, interesting quotes by famous people and by himself - it all raises more questions than answers, perhaps, but what emerges is a sketchy picture of a somewhat "groovy" character.
Cosette then moves on to a concise, yet vivid and informative digest of five of Mordechai's best hubs. Realism, fiction, poetry, what more could anybody want?
There's another, very popular forum named "Recommend another hubbers hub." Also, Hubs about Hubs is an established category. In any event, this thread was intended for reviews, not for a discussion of their merit.
I got scared actually it is about alcohol abuse and it's "cures" which never really work. I was married to two (Don't ask me why) different alcohollics, and I believe the cure here in writeangled's hub might be just the ticket. I do not know how to make links though. We have all noticed that just about any "cure" is full of side effects that can actually be worse than the problem. Writeangled lays it all on the line, detailing each possible "Cure" as well as side effects and why these have not had contiued success.
If you copy the web address (URL) from the Hub you are reviewing into the forum post underneath your text, it will automatically be hyperlinked. In this case, though, the hubber may not appreciate that.
I cannot post links to my own hub other than in the Extreme Hub Makeover thread. However, I feel passionately that the Sinclair method needs to be discussed more widely. I am very grateful to you for mentioning this hub.
AEvans has shown how serious she is about giving promising new Hubbers a boost by introducing them to all the rest of us.
In her new hub entitled "New Hubbers to Look for in the Coming Months," she annunces her intention to release a fresh list of hubbers each month. Then she goes on to Introduce six of them: PinkyLee, zzron, deedeelaw, samboiam, chris LT, and Alan Writes. These hubbers span across a wide range: drifting minds, community outreach, confident humor, through poetry to technology. AEvans has got her finger on the pulse, unafraid to "pick up" even fledgling hubbers as they emerge from the shell. She helps the "hub love" to keep on spreading.
Thank you for the review ,yes there will be more of them posted in March, so if they are new one would never know which list they may end up on. I enjoy reading them and certainly have not forgotten who knows the next list could be longer.
i was worried when i wrote Mordechai's review because i was flying blind...i hadn't interviewed him and knew nothing about him personally, yet apparently i nailed it. that is one thing i do know is people. glad you liked it!
This Hubber has returned from his hidden existences, hiding like a ghost almost. Now his frame is becoming thin and rigid like a skeleton standing too long inside the closet, his long shadow speaking volumes about abstention and loss, thinner and longer than even the lightpole out on the street.
As the Hubber turns around with a faint white smile, staring at our photographer Paul, he has this Dr. Jeckyl-ish look.
It sends the poor young man, whose long hair is a bit curly under the flashlight, a long step backwards for the very first time in his short career, startled but still ignorant about what he’s getting himself into.
“I’m… I’m… lost,” Paul finally whispers hoarsely.
“You’re lost?” the Hubber exclaims in a subdued way that promises only further trouble down the road. “You mean…” he breathes in deeply “…lost, Sir!”
“Yes-sss-s-Sir,” the photographer stutters. “I must have taken the wrong…”
“Turn? Turnnnn? Turnnnn?” the ghost whispers back with a distinct sharp tone, shaking what once used to be its head, now merely a rigid white bone structure. “Income would be that way,” he points with a crooked white index finger, “the first on right, then make a sharp left, jump off the roof, and you shall find the Hubpages Forums soon enough.”
AEvans has published a new hub containing Website Examiner's review of SA Lawrence, a hubber who writes fiction. The review focuses upon two short stories, which are analyzed in some detail, accompanied by AEvans' introduction and endorsement.
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