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. Abell7 years ago
When did you know that you were a writer & there was no way of getting away from it?
by Nikita baheti4 months ago
Why nowdays tenagers are getting away from their parents?
by naturesencore7 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 Joseph Franklin Dunkin Jr5 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,...
by Jacqui5 years ago
Difficult scenes, how do you go about writing these?I'm in the middle of a difficult scene in my novel, that apparently deals with rape, and self harm , in a young adult fashion (eg, not for children, but not quite an...
by Dr-Ayyash-ElMasry2 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...
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