Sometimes I just feel frustrated looking at my mail box. I have like hundreds from HP letting me know that my favorite authors have published a new hub. I ran through them and feel eluded. I want to read them because some authors make me laugh, I learn something and I like reading them. I just don't have enough time.
My bookshelves are full with books waiting for me to devour them. My goodness, I don't wanna die without reading the books I collected. Grrrr....
Same I read my favorites and then mark any off the e mails that I want ot read I usually get round them. Fast reader.
If a hub doesn't grab me in the first paragraph, then don't read to the end.
Same there are some Hubs, I have looked at that don't even get that far, and then there are Hubs I have absolutely hated, such as an "Interior design" Hub on Rustic, it was an apparition.
I do find that the same Hubsters hold my interest, and usually they are the ones that I head for.
Same here, which is why I'm thankful the first few lines are included in the notification email. But about once a week, I do try to make the rounds and read as many hubs as I can, especially those of new fans.
If I am pressed for time which I often am, I tend to read hubs written by hubbers who have taken the time to comment on my hubs. If I have time available, I'll read all and sundry.
I like to read good stuff and it is daunting to make my obligatory rounds to my favorite hubbers. It's tougher still as the fan base grows and more quality hubbers join. I just do the best that I can and have a great time with it all. I love you all so very much. Have a great Mother's Day ladies.
With the exception of my How To Hub hubs, I don't write for the HP Crowd. I'm writing for the rest of the world outside this site.
I read very few hubs. First off, the title must grab me. Sometimes for the how they've titled it, but usually because it's about something that interests me. I had to read Me and Sushi (by Misha), because I LOVE sushi.
I do browse through a lot of hubs though, of people who submit them for the article links directory I do (Squoogle.com).
Otherwise, I would not fret or fuss about how many hubs I haven't read. I'm sure there are plenty of quality hubs to last a person 10 life times of reading.
by jenblacksheep 8 years ago
I'm always on the look out for something new to read, and I'm making a list of books that I want to read and then ordering a few at a time.Just wanted some suggestions of what books you think are worth reading. At the moment I'm reading a lot of books that were made into films. But you can pick...
by carol stanley 17 months ago
Do you continue to read hubs of those you follow if they don't comment on your hubs?When you have limited time do you just comment on those who regularly comment on your hubs?
by sunforged 8 years ago
After tonight I want to take a short writing vacation, i really, really want a new book. but since Im an ebay seller/buyer and i live a block away from a huge used book store, literally every author I like, I have tracked down every book they own and read them all.I need something new, an author I...
by Carolee Samuda 6 years ago
Dear staff, is there anything that can be done to the feed where I can choose not to receive notice of hubs shared by other hubbers? There are people who share every hub they read. If I want to read a hub or follow someone I will. I don't need to see all those hubs of people I don't even know in my...
by Sharon Smith 7 years ago
There appears to be one day a week when the "email notice with new hubs by your favorite authors" is not found in my inbox early in the morning. I've heard that this has happened to others so I figured no big deal. But yesterday, Saturday, there was no email notice...
by aslanlight 5 years ago
Do you follow hubbers without reading their writing first?If so how do you decide to follow them? On what criteria do you base their worthiness to be followed by you?There could be obvious answers but each individual can answer for themself.
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