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Advice from experience for creative writing?


Is anyone on HubPages successfully using this medium for creative writing? Do you have any advice for formatting if so? Do you have any words of wisdom for those starting?

 

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Jake Brannen (Spongy0llama) says

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    Cole Ikerd (coleikerd) 4 years ago

    Awesome. Thank you!

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    Cole Ikerd (coleikerd) 4 years ago

    Agreed. That is my main idea. Plus, after writing short stories or posting chapters online, setting up a book with a full story or compiled short stories with additional works seems a good way to go.

    Thanks for the response!

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    Jenna Ditsch (Seek-n-Find) 4 years ago

    This is not even a creative story--just an answer to a question--and I find it quite entertaining! That means I'm now ready to head over to your profile and check out some of your work. :-)


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    Cole Ikerd (coleikerd) 4 years ago

    Technically, what you write here is still copyright to you. It's just easier to steal something online than printed media. But not by much. A scanner makes quick work of that. A search for any of your favorite books will find stolen copies.

    Thanks!