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Keith Abt says
Hi FatFreddsCat, LOL, I understand about that too, as I have been there and done that . . . and wonder, well, if I cannot even remember it, then why would I ponder writing about it :) Thanks for answering.
Comfort Babatola says
Hi ComfortB, I can certainly understand your scenario. Thanks for answering.
Mary Strain says
Hi Molly, thanks for answering. Well, in my case, I was set in my mind to write with a certain strong message, but after researching, I am not too sure of myself.
I once asked my editor if one of my articles might bit a bit too strong. He answered by asking, "Is it true?" Of course if you're searching, it's right to hold back; but sometimes "true" trumps everything else. In any case, it will keep life exciting
Thanks Molly, for sharing that about what your editor said. Hugs :)
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Carola Finch says
Hi Carola, thanks for answering. Yes, if there is not a lot on the topic or you can put a good spin on it, then that is great. However, what I cam up with after researching, my point of view changed on the issue that I was so fired up about, so ...
Karen Hellier says
Hi Karen, thanks so much. I am glad this happens to a lot of writers it seems. Wow, yes, I can imagine during those 30 Hubs in 30 Days Challenges, especially!!!
Kathleen Cochran says
Hi Kathleen, that is exactly to what I am referring, having your mind set on an issue as being one thing, then when in reality it is another! Thanks for answering.
Hi LastRoseofSummer, thanks so much for answering! I appreciate you sharing that with me. I understand completely! :)
Hi kj, thanks for answering, and been there too! :) I guess I was set in mind of the issue at hand, but not since researching, my minset may have changed a bit :) Good to see you my friend.