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Susan Ream says
Hi Mekenzie, and I am so happy you are here writing all of your amazing hubs! Thanks for the great answer dearest friend.
Linda Bryen says
Hello lies15858, thanks so much for answering. Yes, it is most beneficial to write about what one knows no doubt!
Nicola Thompson says
Hi ThompsonPen, thanks so much for answering! Yes, one doesn't want to get bored when writing that is for sure! If it is something you are passionate about, then it would be hard to get bored with it, I imagine.
Savio Koman says
Hi Savio Dawson, thanks for answering. Sounds like you are very versatile in your writings.
Hi Faith Reaper,
It is for the readers to judge, if I am versatile or not, but I like to do a good job! Thanks for your question and your response!
Yes, we must follow our passion, which is best to be true to ourselves.
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Hi point2make, thanks for answering. History is a very interesting niche no doubt!!!
Hi Shanmarie, thanks so much for answering. Yes, I agree concerning the personally fulfilling writing.
Lisa J Warner says
Hi Lisa, thanks so much for answering. Yes, I can relate, as there is much to be passionate about no doubt!
Devika Primić says
Hi DDE, thanks so much for answering. It is always good to write on what one knows for sure. Variety always keeps things interesting.
Larry Wall says
Hi Larry, variety is always great!!! I really love your stories of the mischief your beagles get into :) And that is the best way to write no doubt! I'm not too political, as I work in that each day, so I want to not go there when I write.
LOL, Ghost32, thanks for the really great answer here :) hahaha Yes, I see your point! Wow, 120 on a series, and HP says do not do a series, but your series kept the reader reading, so 120 VERY interesting tales!