You have a choice ...
Write as a ghostwriter about a celebrity and make a million dollars ... but the contract stipulates you can never admit to being the writer or you have to pay it all back
Write as yourself about a famous person and become famous yourself, but all of the money must go to charity to get the story
Which do you chose?
Quietly rich or famously poor?
famously poor. it is very hard to get published these days. one smashing success would bring about other literary opportunities, hence millions of dollars, so in the end you would be famous AND rich
I choose famously poor. I want ppl to know who I am but I would gladly give the money to charity...becausel ike someone else said if this gets me noticed then others will want my work and then I will collect money from those projects.
I'd probably take the million(s) of dollars, hopefully invest some of it wisely to earn more, let some of it gain interest, and give what I wanted to charity on my own terms.
Then I could also have the freedom and time to write as myself, whether I would become successful or not. I don't care about fame at all. In fact, I wouldn't want it.
Famously poor. Fame alone will somehow generate you some income. A website under your name will make you bank among other things. Good things come to those that give, I guess.
I can still give to charity
never interested in fame
Quietly rich cause I'm not into becoming famous. I don't think I'd like all the attention.
I had to scroll down quickly so I would not be influenced by the answers, LOL, but I made this question seem very real to me, took a deep breath, and decided "quietly rich", would work for me. I could do charity on my own.
can I pick neither? cuz I dont want to write about a celebrity.
I would pick, being the editor for said writer, with a normal paycheck and no recogniiton. I like being helpful more then money or a spotlight. but the writer has to do spell check on their own.. maybe I could just go get coffee for everyone?
I would chose quietly rich, but I would donate away quite a bit of it.
by christianajohan 6 years ago
How true is this hub from a member here.
by David R Bradley 6 years ago
Who's seeing this kind of daily income on HubPages and what suggestions do you have for generating 100 dollars a day from HubPages. I know this is possible and would love to hear from those who are doing this successfully and what tips you have to hit this target sooner rather than...
by candice5 8 years ago
I mean filthy disgustingly rich where nothing mattered, you could spend on abso anything, Clothes shoes cosmetics property.Food etc.,Just want to see peoples priorities.Info retrieved from this is going to be used as a Hub. So be warned, you answer could be featured.
by Julianna 9 years ago
If you could give away a million dollars at this very moment, how would you disburse the funds? Keep in mind you do not need it and cannot keep it for yourself?
by Sheikh Mohammad 14 months ago
Can I write about a personality?Life life story etc. about someone who has an exceptional story to tell?
by Don Bobbitt 5 years ago
Who sacrifices more when they give to a Charity?If a Middle-Class person gputs $5 into a Salvation Army Bucket, and a Millionaire outs $20 into the same bucket, which one made the larger sacrifice for the charity?
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