Do you require a particular mood to write on HubPages?
Yes. I need to be highly interested in a topic. Enough to research and write about it.
Yes, if I try to force myself to write while not in the right mood, the article will suffer for it. My day job involves writing, so I usually need to take a break after work to feel ready enough to write on HubPages.
I tend to be stressed or tense when I write my critiques, however I'm usually in a good mood for review. So I guess I do have a particular mood when I write. ^^
Yeah I have to feel fresh, usually thats early in the morning. Otherwise I can sit there almost all day and nothing seems to happen.
Absolutely. If I'm in a 'down' mood, I'll write dark articles or make nasty comments, so I usually don't stick in my two cents at that time.
Generally, I'm in an encouraging mood, so I write accordingly.
Sometimes I feel comedic, so I make people laugh with what I write as a result.
My only requirements are wine and time So to answer your question, no I do not require a particular mood to write on HubPages.
"Wine and time," is an excellent response. There is nothing like honesty.
Honesty gets the blood flowing, pagesvoice
Yes, I need to be in the right mood to write on hubpages. There are times that my mind is fresh and ideas are really flowing, but other times I can not think of anything creative. Usually if I am too tired then I do not feel inspired to write anything. I never try to force it when the feeling is not there.
I firmly believe that my moods do dictate why and how I write. For instance, I have several rough draft pieces sitting in MS Word because when I began to write them I was melancholy, nostalgic, upset about social injustice, comedic or a myriad of other feelings. To be good writers we need to be passionate about our work and our moods are are then transformed into the written word.
No. Whatever mood I am in, it changes when I start writing.
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