I've noticed that my favorite time to work on my hubs and participate in the community begins around midnight. Sometimes I stay on HubPages until the sun comes up! The unfortunate aspect of this time period is that many hubbers are asleep!
I suppose you could consider this an open request to meet other people who sign into HubPages around this time of day. Even if you live on the other side of the world and it is currently your daytime, I would really like to connect with you and other hubbers who are active at this time of day!
I like your screen name.
Sadly, it's a bit past my bedtime, so I'm gonna be of no use to ya now. ha.
But good luck with others around here who will be, I'm sure.
I am awake, dressing up and revitalizing my hubs as we speak...
How's it going? I'm usually up this late when I don't have to work my early morning shifts at the kitchen. I do a handful of fiction writing (fantasy, romance, etc.). I'm an anime freak. Currently working on a Mythology story. See ya around!
Over here in the UK it is breakfast time and I often take a look at the forums as I drink my early morning cup of tea. There are probably people a lot of people online at this time, who are in different time zones.
I had got into the habit of updating my blogs at this time of day; then I read that it did not make sense and publishing later might get me more readers. The time difference might be significant for things like that.
Aloha! Here in Hawaii, we are writing while most mainlanders are sleeping. I try to go to sleep before midnight, but I also enjoy writing when it is dark and quiet.
Indeed. Writing when it's dark and quiet is better than with full house during the daylight - almost 8 p.m. here.
I tend to do my writing at night, too. Not necessarily because it's quieter or anything like that, but because that's when I've run out of other things to do. :V
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