Fairly new to writing hubs and want to know if the presentation is in the right direction for writing or anything else viewable. All comments appreciated. Thanks
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I cut and pasted this from your hub. I think that most experienced hubbers would immediately think that this was spun - that is, the grammar and the language used is not quite right.
I think you have a lot of very interesting points to make, but I would expand each sentence with detail rather than the somewhat clipped sentences we see.
Please dont take this to heart, but this part of the forum does ask for frank feedback. it might be worth your time to read a little more hubs to see the writing styles of other hubbers - I am learning every day and have found HP a great place to write with- so keep at it!!
More or less what caseworker said.
I couldn't quite put my finger on why they are not too easy to read, I think it's a lack of flow.
Thanks for the feedback! This is what I was hoping for. I was so anxious to get the articles written but another set of eyes sees them differently. Thanks so much and will rethink the articles.
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