Okay...Matt has given me the go ahead to tread lightly with this one.
Here is his reply:
You may start a discussion about someone else's article, but make sure you don't start discussions about your own articles.
So, I'm going to try the Word prompt Series.
When I receive a response I will post only the Title in a forum under Community News. No links.
I will discuss the writing on this piece of work only.
Please be very careful not to discuss your own work, but only that of others if you decide to participate.
All responses will be sent via email to me.
If I run into a problem, I will let you know.
Thank You Matt & Hubpages for helping me out with this one.
Let's hope it works.
Sounds good, Brenda. Thank you for all your efforts.
I think we can do this...I'll be posting word prompt article later tonight.
Okay, Brenda. I'll gonna look for it in the feeds.
Best wishes to you, Bredz
I will be looking forward to read the new word prompt article.
Blessings and Love to you as always!
Brenda, it's good news indeed. And I'm looking forward to it.
Thanks John & Misbah.
It would be great if these threads can be posted over in the topical side of the forums under creative writing or the appropriate subject.
Then they won't drown out hubpages discussions.
It is hard enough to get staff to respond to questions and problems without tons of social discussions swamping the forum.
I can ask if we are allowed to post on that forum, but until I get the okay I'll have keep them here
I do understand what you are saying, but Community news is the one place we are allowed to discuss anything.
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