Who would you nominate? I have been hanging around here for a dozen years and am blown away by the work of Rupert Taylor who writes informative, interesting, amusing , prolific and deeply researched articles on a wide range of subjects. If you haven’t been following him, you should be.
I have read a lot of Rupert’s work. He is a very good writer and his topics call the readers.
I just wrote up a little testimony to the writer I find most inspiring on this site. Then I realized my post was probably going to get her articles stolen by one or more of our new people who don't seem to understand what plagiarism is.
I'll just say I think she is the most prolific, successful, expert in her niche on this site and in my opinion is the benchmark we all should be aiming for.
No offense to Rupert. I like Rupert too. Don't steal his articles either please.
The first four letters are the same as my son's.
Aren't you derailing this thread with these "meaningless" posts?
This what you told us when I and Misbah were chatting.
Talking about a writer on HubPages. Hoping she will notice.
Got a problem with that?
When I and Misbah did the same thing, you called us "Bloody you".
No I didn't. Not at all.
I said, 'Bloody hell, you two...' That is an expression common to Brits and, for example, is used quite often in the Harry Potter films. It means, 'For goodness sake.'
It's because your posts said nothing at all. Just a word followed by emoticons... and it went on over two pages and completely hijacked the thread where the OP had asked about their earnings.
And now you are doing it again.
Do you want me to detail some of the things you have said to me in the past, Das?
Just a word followed by emoticons... and it went on over two pages.
You're not correct about that. It went on for a while, that's it. If you wanted, you could have ignored it. But you did not.
You were the one doing the hijacking. How do you think the OP felt with all that nonsense going on?
And here you are doing it again. This is a thread about who people think is the best writer on HP, but you are trying to make it all about you.
Tanmoy, I think it's not a good way to deal with a senior member. See, how maturely Misbah has talked about the matter. You should respect her.
Aww...Bev g, I am curious now. Is she from Canada? But how can one steal her work because copying is illegal?
Arizona. She is extremely prolific with 1,400+ articles. She has built her writing around her profession. Amazing body of work and not just on HubPages.
I'm not sure what you mean about 'steal her work'?
Eric wasn't mentioning her name because someone can steal her work. That's why I said that how can one steal her work on this forum.
Oh, right. No, no one on HP will steal her work - they'd be pretty stupid to do so. I thought he meant the world at large. If he's written a hub about her, then certain members of the public may read it and decide to plagiarise.
Well, we take that risk every time we press 'Publish'. And you can't stop anyone using your work as the basis/reference for their own article. The problems arise when they closely copy it.
I agree, Rupert's one of the best, great and interesting articles.
Glad you mentioned Rupert, I just read his articles titled "The Madness of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs)." I have been wanting to learn more about NFT's and that hit the spot.
I agree, Rochelle. Rupert Taylor's writings are all informative and interesting. It is a pleasure reading his work.
I could not choose the best writer, but I always love Rupert’s interesting, informative, and funny articles.
I started following Rupert after seeing him in many of the forums. His comments piqued my curiosity. I'm now a faithful follower. His articles are diverse, informative, humorous, and sometimes off the wall. I never know what to expect from him and he never disappoints.
I'll go with Rupert - he can turn any subject into an engaging read.
I was gonna be a wise ass and say "me," but I'd be lying.
Rupert once took a stupid off-hand joke I made in the forums about rutabagas, and turned it into this masterpiece:
https://owlcation.com/stem/The-Care-and … -Rutabagas
I can't compete with that.
Oh Dear. You guys are very, very kind, but I'm honestly a bit embarrassed by this. And Rochelle, you should be receiving the cheque in the next couple of days.
Rupert's a very experienced and accomplished wordsmith, it's true,
There used to be annual awards on here for writing and various other things. I remember Mark Ewbie (when he was around) always seemed to win funniest hubber!
Haha, its kind of funny... as soon as I saw this topic on the forums, my immediate thought was, "Rupert Taylor." Looks like everyone else feels the same way. Definitely a great writer!
There are several other writers that are wonderful as well. I feel like I've learned so much from this community over the last few years (for that reason). There is such a great "pool" of talent to read and learn from here.
I can't select one. Because there are many diamonds. And they are skilled in their work. Bev G and Alicia, these are names I have learned a lot from. I have read some of Rupert's articles, like "Barbara huttons: poor little rich girl" and it took my heart. When it comes to poetry, it's jodah who stuns my mind.
Yes, there are many good ones... you don't have to choose, there can be many nominations. And this isn't an official vote for anything. Just wanted to point out one who amazes me every time.
The names you mentioned really worth the praise, Moon.
When it comes to poetry John, Manatita and Brenda are my favorite. There are many others as well. When you talk about someone who can inspire, Mr. Bill Holland is an inspiration . Bev, I must say is an excellent writer as well as super genius and helpful every time and Linda crampton too.
Blessings to all our HP community
Without question, Rupert Taylor. I love ay's work too and of course her success proves how great she is at what she does.
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