The Sarah Trudeau Fan Club
Amitava Monastery, Nepal
Sarah Trudeau, sarahtrudeau. I don't even know if that is her real name such is the anonymity offered by HubPages.
When I joined HubPages it was to write and hopefully earn a little bit of money whilst I did it. I had not thought about reading. Don't get me wrong, I love reading but other than a copy of the local English Language newspaper for wherever I am, all my reading is 'work'. Every day I spend numerous hours pulling together links for my ZooNews Digest and lately in its Blog format as Zoo News Digest.
HubPages said build up your fan base and so I looked at other hubs. Wow! There was interesting articles out there, amazing articles even. Writing I could not hope to imitate. I became the fan of several people and greatly enjoyed what I read and learned.
Then along came Sarah. Only a few months ago now. I don't even remember if I joined her fan club first or whether she did mine. It does not really matter. Sarah describes herself as an 'aspiring author'. Aspiring? This girl (and such is the anonymity of HubPages, she could be a man...though I think not) is not only an author, she is a brilliant author.
I look forward to every one of her hubs. As notification of their arrival drops into my inbox I excitedly anticipate new adventures in my head. Her use of words takes me on mysterious journeys, magical journeys. She is a truly wonderful writer.
My reasons for writing this Hub are solely to let other hubbers read some of her work. I would hate anyone to miss out on her exceptional and often poetic use of words.
Give it a try. Visit sarahtrudeau
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