When a person turns out many hubs over a period of time and suddenly they experience "writer's block," or in this case, "Hub Block," would that event be a good subject for a hub?
There are probably a half-dozen people now starting one as you read this.
Yes, I am sure it would, because each person's experience is probably different but could also possibly help someone else overcome the sam problem. Try reading Peter Elbow's book on "Writing with Power".
There are already rather a lot of hubs on Writers Block. I reckon you'd need a fairly individual angle on it to make it worth while.
I think writer's block would be a good topic.
I would write a hub on writer's block, but I can't work out how to start it.
If I come across another article on Writer's Block (which I won't read) or someone new asking how much they are going to make on HubPages, I will puke.
Honestly? These subjects are written about so much that all slants have been taken.
I don't believe in Writer's Block, and here's why: If you put money (this even relates to pennies) in my hot little hands and told me to write about something, I would do it. I would not hesitate. Tell me what you want me to write, and it's done. No whining or crying involved. If you think you have Writer's Block, go do something fun and return to the writing when you feel the need to return. If writing is important to you, the answer is there. You will return.
Kenneth, you have probably been writing away since this question was published. Hello? Hello?
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