Thanks for taking the time drop me a line and suggestion. I am always hungry for constructive criticism and feedback. I enjoyed creative writing a great deal from middle school through my undergrad years, but have not really written for work or pleasure in the last ten or so.
I currently find myself with an unlimited amount of time at my disposal and very limited interpersonal interaction. Writing a few hubs seems like a great use of this time. The idea to cover the different challenges surrounding firefighting seems like a solid place to start. I plan to do it over a series of posts spanning the next few weeks. I made my first post this afternoon and hope to follow up on it with part two tomorrow.
i'd know some firefighters in my life. they face many challenges. they must stay healthy & physically fit. when they get a call they must act fast. sometimes the challenges of firefighting is arriving @ a call of some 1 they know who's now in trouble. sometimes when they arrive @ an accident scene, it's hard 4 them 2 find some 1 they knew well as the victim
by Aficionada 11 years ago
I'm not sure this is the best place to post this, but here goes.In the last couple of days I have run across a job offer that appears to me to be a scam. I had the idea that it would be helpful for me to write a Hub to share with others the clues that helped me come to that conclusion. ...
by Susan Reid 10 years ago
Would you write a hub about your experience writing your book?
by KRC 11 years ago
There have been so many times in the past 2 years that I've been touched by a comment from either another Hubber or from our online readers. Today is no exception. I was reminded of how rewarding writing online can be in ways other than a Google Adsense check or Amazon check. I'll...
by Julianna 11 years ago
Write a hub about what it takes to keep a relationship strong when a man/woman is abroad
by Faith Reaper 8 years ago
Have you ever been so fired hub to write a hub, then after researching, your mind was changed?I was all set to write a hub to bring more awareness on a particular issue, but after researching such, my mind has changed and I decideed it was pointless for me to write on this subject. Has this...
by hush4444 9 years ago
Do you think it's possible to write a good-quality travel hub about a place you've never visited? This morning I read a hub about Hawaii, where I live, that recommends a hotel in Waikiki that doesn't exist, unless it was just built yesterday. It promoted deep-sea fishing for fish...
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