for me i do that for fun...so far i even dont know how to get money from here..but i dont care as long as i enjoy to write...
I'm guessing that 'you' has been left out of this question a couple of times.
If so, I would like to earn money from writing. It seems to be one of the only things I'm good at and enjoy.
I write or have written for the fun of it, but obviously, I can't help wondering whether I might be able to take it to the next level and get paid for what I do.
Today may be the day I find out whether I can write commercially for a large cookware firm whose products are known globally, so I'm trying to type here with my fingers crossed
Commercial writing would make it possible for me to keep in practice, get paid and leave me with some time to be able to pursue other writing projects I have up my sleeves - as well as writing hubs of course.
I love to write. I've always been creative since I can remember. Money is just a perk of a good hobby.
one of the objective of a natural is not to make money, but to diseminate informations to the readers through a means of informing, educating and sanitizing the mind of any reader on issue pertaining to the readers interest, that is why it is written that a man who is not well informed is deformed. So what am trying to say is that a natural writer does not write for acknowledgement from people or for money per se, but write for the abitity for his materials to affect lives in a positive way. Affecting lives is what really gives joy to a writer.
to write as well as earn..but basically i love writing,revenue is secondary
I have a natural ability when writing fiction..Writing Non-Fiction (articles) I do for the money, as most of the time I have little interest in the topics. I do try to post ones that interest me however from time to time.
by Sophie 8 years ago
Money could be one .. what else motivates you to do what you do, here at HP
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