Are you enjoying the journey of writing after all these hubs?Explain
I have really enjoyed this time. I have been recovering from sinus surgery and never would have believed it would have taken this long. But, it led me to do a lot of writing which I never would have done. I'd be out in my garden or playing b-ball, not typing. I also have found through writing, that I have a sense of humor that I can use. I never knew that before.
Thank you for sharing.I took the time to read your work.Great.Enjoying your work.Peace.
Just join 3 weeks, looks like will keep on hubbing in my spare time for a long time. It makes you think what to write and improve your writing skill. Plus, there are good community here !
Yes I like it I seem to be spending allot of time on writing on it! More than I thought I might. I'm going around writing blogs for my books this by far is the best I seen and I been busy on them...
Its high time these Hub Pages team understand the concept of poetry writing: A short poem is declared by them as insufficient material and they do not publish. I must inform them that many great poets have written poems and it need not be lengthy. Take Haiku poems they are not more than 3 lines with 17 syllables. Its useless keeping up names of so many poets if they themselves don't know about poems. Shame on Them!
I have released a poem Cradle to Grave. (It's a reality of Life)
For me, the hub is different than "the journey of writing". In the hub, there are topics to run on. But my experience of writing is about more than writing to a topic. Its about having an idea and finding the best possible way to communicate that idea to an audience, even if that audience doesn't quite follow exactly what I'm talking about, every bit along the way. In many ways it models my own life. When I commit ideas to speech, and share them with family and friends I often receive those blank stares. These people have no idea what I'm saying. They raise eyebrows and tell me I'm weird. Like I haven't heard that before.
But this may just be the "year of the Pen". I've written more in the last month than I have done throughout all of 2009.
I enjoy the journey of writing, although my advendture is just beginning its a voyage I've always had a desire for, as for the ...."after all these hubs" part of the question I am confused(probably because I have only written a dozen, and read three times as many), but I can respond by looking to the future to where I have "all these hubs" to look back on, and say "wow, I am so glad I documented my thoughts somewhere, I would've been sad to look back and realize I had lost some experiences and memories!"-good question!
Yes! I am loving writing. I am finally putting what I actually think into words. It helps me know what I actually feel about things. I write about music and it is great. If you read my stuff let me know if there is something I could get better at. Thanks
by wearenotthesame00 6 months ago
If you were heart-broken, how would you explain it?What type of pain would you feel? How would it affect you? And do you think you could ever get out of it? (ever escape it?)
by Haunty 9 years ago
I write 5 hubs a day. 2 of them are quality hubs that I enjoy writing and put my most effort to, the rest are there to share some kind of information I think is interesting. But these are not as good and I actually struggle to write them. So how many of your hubs are you satisfied with?
by omar ibrahem 2 years ago
how many words must be written at least in the hub ?
by David Livermore 5 years ago
Do you think Hubpages should take a harder stance to poorly written hubs?I hop hubs when I can, and find so many that are of poor quality. They have little to no content, or just one long text block. Don't get me started about the spelling or grammar.Should HP take more of a harder...
by Muhammad Rafiq 4 years ago
What is a Grouping Feature? How to use it, while writing a hub? Please explain.
by Muttface 5 years ago
It seems to be a regular sentiment in the forum threads. Are you waiting to see what will happen?
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