How do I write a book on hubpages?
there is a contest soon to start sponsored by hubpages, amazon.com and penguin books. hubpage writers write a book and whoever wins penguin will publish their book. most readers do not like reading books on hubpages, so I am used to writing articles. should there be a minimum of words per chapter? each new chapter in new capsule? any help would be greatly appreciated.
Where did you see this contest? I haven't heard of it.
Most people seem to post a separate hub for each chapter.
Why would you write any book online, given how easy it is for anything that shows genuine quality and success to then be copied and plagiarized?
uninvitedwriter, i found it here... http://www.pw.org/content/amazon_and_pe … el_contest
relache...i used to think like that to...but for me at least and for now, i dont worry about that, i just write because i love to write, i can only hope the majority of people, writers, respect that. i am not deluded i know piracy occurs, but it would occur whether i wrote and published something online or not.
this is an interesting project. I would propose that you write different chapters on different hubs and write the book like many articles put together.
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