Seems okay. I have just read a hub by Tamcor. It was a story about her 3 lovely kids and their different personalities.
It is O.K. so long as it is in good taste, there isn't any slander, vulgarity, false accusations or lies, as Hubpages would remove the article if they felt it was threatening or harassing. Read the rules to better understand and you will be fine.
In general publishing fiction on Hubpages is fine. Just make sure that you follow the terms of service and that you pass Google's Adsense qualifications. If not, you could wind up with your hub being flagged. Most writers don't seem to be publishing anything overly raunchy though.
It is noteworthy, however, that fiction and poetry doesn't tend to rank as well in Hubpages or Google, and you probably won't make a lot of money in Adsense earnings from fiction on Hubpages.
I have quite a few stories of my own that I have thought about posting as well. However, I am not sure about copyright laws for publishing stories to a hub, and of course, I want to be cautious about that and have never published any. Let me know if you find anything out. The last thing I want is for my short stories to be published in print by Random House under some other authors name.
Of cource we all are full of ears to listen to something that make us think,cry,imagine and a lot more
My first love is fiction writing and I have put quite a bit on HubPages. However, I also don't make any money so I guess it should be based on what you expect to get out of HubPages.
@Barbara Yurkoski: I've worked in the entertainment industry and it is definitely not considered published because it was written on the internet. Seth Godin released an eBook over the internet for free and it was later published as a real world book.
Of course, I already write one in serial form, check it out, and do whatever pleases you
Of course.plus im really bored and i would totally read it =/
I see no reason why you couldn't but there are other websites that you can use to write your stories on and get them noticed by both readers and publishers a like. I might suggest http://authorsden.com for a small one time price, also http://freestorycenter.com, http://fanfiction.com, also try the following websites http://tripod.com, http://writing.com, but they charge according to how many stories you want to submit and post over there. Do a good google search and you will find all the sites willing to publish your stories and http://openfiction.com. These are just some of the sites for creative writers.
I am trying to get serious writers interested in a Hub community writing project! Read my Hub please! You may be interested! In answer to your Q, yeS! Let's Write a Book Together, Hub Community! is the name of my Hub.
writers weekly is a good site...I just did their short story in 24 hour contest it was fun/cost 5 bucks...they give you the topic and number of words and there you go...next one is in Jan check it out!!
Actually the only thing I write on hubpages is humor, fiction, or poetry! I've written thirty hubs in all, three poetry and two humor. So yes, It's okay to write fiction.
by mythbuster 9 years ago
I have a hub I've been working on but have never published. I logged in to work on the hub and found it already has what is probably a script/site-generated warning about content on it.Should I submit to someone on staff at hubpages for review first if I wish to publish or what? I have no idea WHY...
by Website Examiner 3 years ago
I have come across quite a few promising fiction writers here on HubPages, lately - including many people I didn't know before. Please introduce yourselves, whether new or not. You could also mention what you are currently working on, and whether you are seeking feedback from other writers, etc.
by Mutiny92 8 years ago
I notice that there is another tactic to get a lot of content published: reuse content from your other hubs.In particular, http://hubpages.com/search/include:hubs … protectionThe titles and parts of a couple of paragraphs are changed, but everything else is reused. If this is an...
by Victoriaaa 9 years ago
I want to write a novel, but I want to know what people are reading these days so I know what genre to write in and how to write my vision. What do you guys consider a good book?
by KrisL 6 years ago
Who are the best fiction writers publishing stories on Hubpages?Personally, I'm interested in fantasy/SF or historical fiction, but I'm interested in any answer.
by Clive Williams 6 months ago
Do you make more money on self publishing on kindle than hubpages? how much do you make?
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