I wrote this article many years ago for Associated Content (in its heyday). In those days, it was number one on Google and it drew quite a bit of traffic.
But that was a long time ago, and the article has been updated and rewritten a time or two.
Might I ask you what's missing from this article? Should I remove the short story attached?
http://hubpages.com/literature/Using-St … en-writing
And, everybody, thanks, for all your help. Currently, trying to improve some of my pieces and working quite hard at it.
I think it's a good idea to include a story as an example of what can be done.
The trouble with Hubs (or blogs) about writing is that it's a heavily saturated topic so it's tough to get traffic no matter how good the article.
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