All about the Euphonium, the Euphonium-Player and Mike Friedman aka mckbirdbks
A Clarinet player is called a ‘clarinetist’. Clarinetists are bright, alert and sociable with several different hobbies and interests
Shauna, also known as bravewarrior, wears her rose-colored glasses 24 / 7 and reminds her readers of the power of positive thinking and determination. Learn what puts the sparkle in her step.
In this second interview, Shauna, also known as bravewarrior, answers the same questions that were posed of the men in HubVille in the It's Raining Men series. Shauna has a writing style that ranges in subject from her Green Tip series, to her Perspectives to musings on her life philosophy.
If you're a Hubpages author, then this article concerns you! Do you constantly find yourself admiring other writers? Envious of their writing talent, the traffic they attract, or their forum skills?
Rasma Raister, also known as Gypsy Rose Lee, writes with a diversity ranging from travel to modern day fairy tales to poetry. There is a decency, goodness and faith that shines through every piece of her work.
Daisy Mariposa is a consummate writer. From parodies on art to Comet Halley (Halley's Comet), voted the Most Interesting Hub in the 2012 Hubbie Awards, Daisy writes with a commanding, informative and unique style.
Mary Craig, aka tillsontitan, writes on a rich variety of subjects and life experiences. She also received the 2012 Hubbie for Best Avatar. Read on to learn more about this amazing lady and writer....
Also a nurse, Ruby Fuller ( aka Always Exploring) has a compassionate and nurturing manner. Ruby writes with her heart. She feels life so deeply that the reader is quickly swept into the meaning and imagery of her words. After reading this, you will quickly grow to love this jewel named Ruby.
I was thrilled when Vincent Moore agreed to participate in my "It's Raining Men" Interview series. There is a range of poetic expression that comes out of his quill. His writing is visual,visceral and vulnerable, something to delight every reader.