I am trying to start a hub that is going to be a novel about a mistress of George Boleyn. I am planning on posting it in serial form, by chapters. I was trying to publish a setup/summary, so that readers would know what the story is going to be about, and I keep getting a message that it doesn't contain enough content. It IS short, because it is a brief summary; the sort of thing that you might find printed on the back of a paperback book.
I am not sure what to do but find another home for it other than Hub Pages. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you.
P.S. If HubPages is only nonfiction, just tell me. I will post other content here instead of creative writing.
I am gathering that you don't do fiction. So, I am deleting the Hub I am attempting to publish and taking it elsewhere. Look forward to working with you on nonfiction, though.
There is plenty of fiction on Hubpages. I would suggest just adding a little more content like an author bio.
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