I was wondering if there would be a group of hubbers interested in having a separate category for "Christian" and/or "Inspirational" writing.
Right now, we use the Religion and Philosophy category, but sometimes that is misleading when we have a short story or fiction piece to post. It doesn't suit well and doesn't tell those searching that it is that type of article. When posting in Religion and Philosophy, usually these are not short stories or fiction pieces.
Would anyone be interesting in joining me to ask HubPages for an Inspirational or Christian category that better fits our stories and articles to be included under Books, Literature & Writing?
I agree Rachael, there should be an "Inspirational" category, it could be under "Christian" or not, but should be in "Books, Literature and Writing". I'll support the recommendation.
I like inspirational! I am going through a couple of months of HP notifications and thought this looked interesting.
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