I've always kept journals, but I started taking my writings more seriously when I found hubpages about 3 months ago.
Well, first off I would like to Welcome you to HubPages, being here only 5 days. Secondly, I have been writing poetry, non-professional/not published in any book anywhere, for a good portion of my life. I only started at HubPages, writing articles for about 7-8 months now.
It is a pleasure to meet you and hope you enjoy your time here.
I haven't been writing long enough. I've wanted to be a writer since I was 8 or 9, started keeping a journal about 10 years ago and finally decided to take the dream seriously when I found HubPages 3 months ago.
I started writing as soon as I learned how. I used to write lots of little books and illustrate them. I started writing summaries, articles and movie reviews in high school and now I am starting on novel writing.
Hub Pages has been a great place to improve writing skills, I've enjoyed writing about books I've read, something I haven't done before.
Like Apostle Jack, I've been writing since I learned how to hold a crayon. I used to write little stories - or scribbled them and my mother read them to me.
By school I would write anything I could. I would write short books - with chapters.
I wrote creatively. I wrote journalisticly, I wrote plays.
Now I'm in the midst of a story which has held me up while I wait for the characters tell me what they're going to do next.
I guess I "overanswered" your question. I guess the short version of my answer should be:
"All my life."
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