Thank you my friends and fellow word crafters for your friendship and constant support as I have grown in this discipline of writing. We're all busy people. Writers would be busy even if we had no family, social or work obligations, we would simply write more. You've shared with others here about how you do it, and I'd like to ask you to do it again. Remind me how to you cover all the bases? How do you give yourself to a large writing project and still manage to maintain your presence here?
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Kylyssa, thank you for your input here. It is very wise and helpful.
I am envious of you. I am enslaved to the gratification that comes from hitting the Publish button. That's why I only work on one project at a time. I want to get it out there. Maybe I'll start one or two that I can add to slowly.
Thank you, Tamara. ahhh, the "D" word. (discipline)
Alan, thank you for your comment. That is the mixed bag of my hubs right there. Oh, and one more as well, terrible. I have a Group under that title I believe.
Thanks, Diana. I'm not sure how my traffic compares to others, but I'm happy there are people reading my work.
LOOK! HeadlyvonNoggin has a real name. :) This is the first I've seen that. Thanks for your thoughts here, Jeremy. I have not found control or balance, it's just that in my circumstances, I have a great deal of time to devote to writing.
Shyron, thanks for your thoughts on this topic. I'm glad to know I'm not the only one up late at night writing and reading.
Variety is the spice... John. You write what you like and chances are you'll get an appreciative 'audience'.
John, thanks for those comments. You have produced some wonderful material on this site, and my HP world would be much less enjoyable if you were not a part of it. Keep up the great work.
Thank you Alan and Chris,you are both an inspiration.
Your passion is writing and I hope you are able to fit the children's books in some time too, at a later stage.
MarieLB, My fellow HP writers are the inspiration and encouragement behind all of my writing. Thank you for your comment.
Venkatachari M, Thank you for sharing your experience here. You are writing in several places on a variety of topics. I'm amazed at the patience you and others have when you spend days on an article. I usually pound it all out in one sitting.
I put it in my rainy day fund. I think I may have enough to purchase a pretty decent umbrella.
Michael, I know why you are here. You brighten my day every time you comment on one of my articles or stories. My little corner of HP is a much more human place because you are there. Thanks for being here. You are greatly appreciated.
Chris, dear friend ,let this be known to you: there are mysterious intervention during a course of our life, never been understood... February 2nd, 16 is one of them, as your reply has prevented my "exit", thus extending my life ... Thank you so much
Michael, I am not sure what happened today, but I am glad there was no "exit" on your part. If you can, please tell me more. If you can't, blessings on you my friend.
Today in your comment has been given meaning for my participation on HP. I was ready to leave , being discontent with my unproductivity in a full sense of the HP objective requirement.(My friend/mentor isn't with us , and he was bilingual in terms no
Michael, my feeling is that there is definitely a place on HP for readers and commenters like yourself. You seem to enjoy your time here and you contribute in a positive way to discussions . I for one would miss you if you ever decided to leave
Correct,I am aware of all given HP instruction/information. Though many terms which can't be translated , hinder my total understanding...( Can't say any more...)