Are we not allowed to ask questions about specific books here?
I recently posted a question here regarding a specific book by a bestselling author and whether it is a good book on diet, etc and I just found out that question no longer exist. Could someone please guide me on this please?
I don't think that this type of questions isn't allowed here. Try to connect hubpages team for more assistance.
I think one can ask any question if one is not promoting oneself. I hope I'm right. BTW, try asking the same question again. If this too doen't exist then maybe such questions are not allowed.
I get most of my answers from HP itself. So I guess you are allowed. Hope I'm right. Consult the hub team for more information before you make a move and they penalise you.
Perhaps this is the case with your question:
If the moderators feel that a question encourages a discussion, or that the author is conducting a survey or poll, they are likely to delete the question. The moderators are looking for short answers to questions, not paragraphs of text.
Have you tried posting your question in the Forum?
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