They reflect things I've been thinking about; which of necessity become part of me. All writers show at least a little bit of their 'heart' when they write; especially if they pick subjects of any degree of controversy where they inevitably try to influence their audience towards what they think.
Quite an interesting question you ask. I believe my hubs reflect me because they basically tell my readers what I think about, and what my writing goals are. Many of my readers have explored many of the subjects that I talked about, and have been successful at it.
Many of my hubs also tell stories of what I've been through, and what I want to do in the future..
I love writing and talking about my interests so HubPages is perfect for such an opinionated git as me. :-D
So far I've only written 3 hubs. They're all about learning in some way. I'm a teacher, so I guess that's no surprise. Two of them are for parents giving them advice/suggestions for learning activities to do with their children, the third is about how I learned how to cook.
I'm going to also start writing about fashion, which is one of my passions.
I think they reflect me very well. No matter what the subject, it's always from my voice. I think if you read every one of my hubs, you'd have a pretty good idea who I am.
by Daniel Mollat 7 weeks ago
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