There are so many wonderful hubbers out there with so much talent. Which one would you approach to write the great American novel?
becoz she only understands , what i want in any novel or book.
Cindyvine- because our collaborated phobias hub will be so popular that we will have to make it into a full length book. Followed shortley by a movie. In which Reese Witherspoon will play me.
Julie Ann Amos because she is a great writer and has experience ghost writing
OMG I can't believe I missed this unbelievable compliment! That'll teach me to frequent the hubs a bit more often (but with double knee surgery, terminlly ill Dad, new business software etc I HAVE had my hand full).
So sorry for not thanking you before now!
Does it have to be just one?! Couldn't we just HubMob a novel or something!
badcompany, I think if you and RB wrote one it would become an instant bestseller...just, maybe not one left out on the coffee table.
It depends on what book you would to write??
But if I have to choose one may be I would pick girly_girl09...
She's so talented and brilliant..and breaking the record in Hubpages for 52 Hubs in only two weeks. Also, she can write in almost all subject
Darkside>>>>>>>>>> His articles are terrific.............
So many good writers to choose from, but Pgrundy would have to be one good choice. Droll Humor, irony and both eyes open!
2 votes! Trust me you wouldn't want to. I leave everything till last minute (I'm doing the 100 hubs in TWENTY days challenge). And I work round the clock sometimes and not at all others... I'm a nightmare!
I think Teresa McGurk and I could probably cut a scifi/alt history/zombie novel. I could be wrong, though.
I think I would work well with Tom Cornet. His imaginative fiction combined with his high level of musical talent would fit right in with my scifi/fantasy visions and love for music. Maybe we could write about a bar band hitching rides on star frieghters to get to gigs.
by Rebecca Graf 9 years ago
There are so many writing styles out there and all good. But in your opinion which one would you see as the next Margaret Mitchell or Charles Dickens?
by Susan Reid 5 years ago
How did you pick your hubber name?
by Karli Duran 7 years ago
Pick a hubber to read and comment one hub....also rate the hub. Then post DONE then the next person will read and comment on you.
by mindreader 8 years ago
who do u like the most..
by Elizabeth 3 years ago
I stumbled across this hub on my news feed several days ago, and tried to step up and offer support and encouragement for a brand new hubber whose beliefs differ from my own but who is being grossly mistreated by fellow hubbers. How on earth is this behavior tolerated and allowed to...
by PierrePierre 4 years ago
There is someting that stuck for me. My hubber/author score is still much poor. How to increase the author score? Do you have some useful tips?Thanks！
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