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Write, write, and keep writing. That is how you get recognized. There are agents that actually do come along on the hubpages, and other places on the internet, looking for writers.
Keep writing, and more.
Get a blog, write in it everyday, hubpages, any thing that will get your name out there.
If you want to write, this is what you will need to do for writing for a lviing. But also you need to think abotu making money and the price of fame and fortune. read more
When asked the question, “What can a writer do to get noticed?” Some people may simply answer . . . write. They believe that all a writer must do for a little recognition is to write and write a lot and eventually you would have so many books or... read more
Lots of really good writers are never really recognized within their own lifetimes; at least not in the sense of becoming famous and wealthy and so forth. I think a person is a writer or isn't a writer. It's really that simple.
You can learn to write, but that doesn't make you a writer. If you write all the time, and you need to write, and you do it no matter if you are rewarded or not, then you're probably a writer. If you want to be a writer so you can be famous and have writerish friends and money and so forth and be on Oprah a couple of times, you probably are just having a nice daydream. Enjoy it, but don't take it too seriously.
Not all people become famous and not all writers become famous. Doing what you love should be its own reward, and this is especially true of the arts. Keep writing. Share and publish what you write, and you may be recognized. Or you may not. Either way you'll be doing what you love and that's more than 90% of the people on earth get to do.
by lmmartin7 years ago
I'm starting this as a sharing place for all the writers from Hubpages who are doing the National Novel Writing Month -- 50,000 words in 30 days. For anyone who has any question, see the hub:National Novel Writing Month...
by Aman Ullah Ghazi4 months ago
Need detailed and honest explaination.
by DasEngel2 years ago
This one is a bit controversial: My WordWeb 'free edition' says that a writer is "someone who writes (books, stories, articles or the like) professionally", or "a person who is able to write and has...
by Nicola Thompson4 years ago
Another hubber, DrMark1961 asked if Hubbing could be a full time job, which got my attention. I have always wanted to be a full time writer, and while I know that Hubpages is not going to give me a hefty pay out what...
by Rhys Baker5 years ago
How can I make a living as a writer in the real world?Other than the rags-to-riches stories we have all heard! How does one legitimately make a living from writing (non-fiction and scientific technical) without having...
by Dan W Miller3 years ago
produces: anxiety!C'mon, Hubpages! I've been a good boy. I've improved my hubs. I've been "awarded" a Level 2 Commentator (oh joy.) My personal story of near death and survival is consistently coming up TWICE...
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