Hello family! If you've read my Bio, I am a newbie (freshman). I am very excited to have stumbled across this opportunity. I've got alot to say, Alot to share, and I'm hoping I can be of assistance in helping someone by my words. My question is: I've written 3 pages currently on Passion. Its infused with my experience as usual, and some insight on alot of authors that helped me get to a certain point in my life. In order to edit, delete, change anything with my writing, how do I start? And if I may ask, I' like anyones opinion on your experience with your first blog.
I see you have no Hubs published. I am at a loss as to what you are asking? How to edit existing hubs is pretty easy to do, but without any published, that should not be your question.
If your questions pertain to your personal blog, then one would need to know the blog type you have, such as WordPress, Blogger, etc., in order to answer your questions on how to edit, etc.
thanks Dale. When I say I am a newbie, I really am. So I have written some things, but am starting from scratch. Once I get the basics, then I'll be asking more questions. This isn't as simple as it looks. But I'm determined to figure it out.
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