What kind of writing do you enjoy most on hubpages?
Do you like to read how to hubs? Or fiction, poetry? Or funny hubs etc. ?
I like to write fiction, part of a serial story which can or could be termed an ebook.
I like poetry but I have not attempted that on hub pages as yet.
I find the people i.e. the hubbers are all very pleasant.
I like to read "how to" hubs that are of my interest. I read poems and hubs on Hubpages community.
Some writers write hubs on any topic with engaging content. Those hubs also inspire me.
I write non-fiction and this is what motivates me and I love this form of writing.
However, if I'm reading other hubbers work, I do like articles for sure, but I also love to read their poetry and fiction. I really admire hubbers who have a talent for poetry and other forms of very creative writing.
I tend to write how to type articles and reflections on my life. I have also written about the NaNoWriMo novels I have attempted. I enjoy reading all kinds of hubs. The community here is great.
The writng I enjoy most on HubPages is the 'how to' article....I love to find out how to make new things or how to cook new dishes. I also like to read the travel hubs especially about places I have always wanted to see.
by Angela Michelle Schultz 6 years ago
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by Mom Kat 5 years ago
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by Helen Murphy Howell 5 years ago
Firstly, I only write non-fiction so this is a querie if you like on behalf of the poets and fiction writers on the site. I have looked around but I don't see any challenges or competitions particularly for this group of writers? If there are I apologise for obviously looking in the wrong place. If...
by grumpiornot 6 years ago
Why do you write hubs? Money, fame, enjoy writing, personal cleansing?Writing hubs is a fantastic way for me to unwind after work, and at the same time have a third-party attributed value assigned to that writing, which lets me also fulfill some competitive aspect of my personality.Why do other...
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