The upcoming Hub Patron of the Arts contests looks awesome, and I'm looking forward to competing (despite never having won anything in any previous HP contest), BUT I do have one question about the following Qualifying Requirement:
•Be properly categorized within the fictional story, poem, or image gallery category on HubPages
Okay, but there ISN'T any "fictional story" Category that I can find. So: What qualifies for the contest?
Reason for asking: Categorization drives me nuts, always has, probably always will. In my ongoing series of "Tam tales", they could be listed as ANY of the following:
1. Books, literature and writing--->Books and novels--->Historical fiction
2. Books, literature and writing--->Books and novels--->Short stories
3. Books, literature and writing--->Books and novels--->Western literature
If I submit one or more "Tam tales" in November, then, will ANY of these three Category structures qualify? Or only ONE of them? Or NONE?
How do I put it in the blog? New territory to me!
P.S. Thanks for helping out.
by Carolee Samuda2 years ago
A Contest will provide friendly competition that will boost creativity. I am not sure how many people need this creative boost as much as I do but I am pretty sure many of us will appreciate the contest.
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by Dobson6 years ago
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by Randy Godwin7 years ago
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by jiberish19 months ago
Ok, maybe it's just me, but how articulate do you have to be to post pictures of half naked woman into a Hub, and call it creative writing?
by Tamara Yancosky Moore17 hours ago
I was wondering if it's a good practice to frequently change Hub Categories for particular writings when the traffics starts to drop? Just curious!Thank you for any feedback!
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