Does your writing make the reader feel as if s/he is getting away from his/her every day life?
Does the reader enter into the plot of the story, does s/he feel as if s/he could run into the hero walking down a city street?
by Ken R. Abell 7 years ago
When did you know that you were a writer & there was no way of getting away from it?
by Nikita baheti 11 months ago
Why nowdays tenagers are getting away from their parents?
by naturesencore 8 years ago
Why are subjective accounts (first-person) frowned upon in the writing world? How does one articulate a personal event in the (preferable) third-person context, without losing its intrinsic qualities?
by Dr-Ayyash-ElMasry 2 years ago
Do you think that depression and getting away from people will solve your problems ?- Why do some people surrender to life compression or sad events ?- How about focusing on the full half of the glass and not the empty half ?- If you become depressed , what are the problems you have solved ?- Why...
by Joseph Franklin Dunkin Jr 6 years ago
Let's support our own efforts by reading each other's short stories, then leaving a comment at the bottom of the hub (pro or con). I have three stories posted at jfrankdunkin.hubpages.com. They are, "The Baroness of Haut De Cagnes", "Recess, the Podium Light", and...
by 3 Finger Reader 4 years ago
I want to ask all of you folks in the forum--how do you feel about writing in the first person in your hubs? Do you think it's unprofessional? I have been debating about this for some time. I feel a great deal of internal pressure to write more "professional" hubs, since...
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