In other words, do you believe that once someone has read any of your hubs, does anyone remember any of your work? We read so many hubs daily (for the most part), and do we even remember them after we move on to read another hub . . . so, I was just wondering if anyone believes that any of their hubs or even just one of your hubs is memorable once someone has read it . . . i.e., made an impact on someone's life or just stuck with them for some reason. Thanks for answering.
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Hi Jackie, oh, I just love your "whistle blow" hubs, as they are your personal stories, and I think that seems to be the consensus here. Thanks for sharing about your mother, teacher and yourself, which I will remember! How interesting, wow!
Thanks Mary (Till), I know, I had to really think on this one myself! You have written countless great hubs. One that really sticks with me, and is telling, is "How to Cope With The In-Laws" LOL and "New Babies- A Beginners Manual" and more.
Thank YOU Faith Reaper...definitely a question that makes you think about your hubs!
Thanks Mary (Till), and I wanted to add your Academy series too, as they are really great, but I ran out of room to further comment in my initial comment.
Hi wayne, thanks so much for answering! Yes, you have made some valid points here to consider. Since I just started reading you, your latest, "hot buttered buns" has left a lasting impression on my mind! LOL Very cleverly written and funny.
Hi Carol, thanks for answering. Yes, I think that when we write from our personal experiences, people tend to remember those writings, and plus it is the real deal!