Do you sit and write one essay at a time, or do you have multiple writings going on at the same...
time? Is different with larger writings as in books...than it is with say...Stoffel's Guide's?
I have more than one going on at the same time because I seem to need that in order to produce anything. It also depends on what mood I am in - I will work on different things accordingly
While I do have many writing projects going on at the same time (working on three books and some poetry, in addition to the Guides), I usually set a day apart to focus on Stoffel's Guide for the week. I find doing multiple projects of different types helpful in that it keeps me from getting too burned out with one thing. The tricky part is not to get your projects mixed up. Working on some nonfiction, one scotch too many, working on a wacky fantasy story ... wait, there is no flying teacup involved in Cochlear Implant surgery.... Now, they connect the implant to the auditory nerve, and then Gaudylooks and the Three Bears come in to install the breathing tube in the ear.... If you're not careful, you could end up writing the healthcare bill.
While I am rather new to the Hub scene, my attitude towards work has always been start one project and finish it before doing another. When growing up I watched my Dad always have endless projects and nothing ever seemed to get done. So my work ethic, has always been the opposite. Now that I am spending more time writing, I find myself doing the same thing by putting my efforts into one Hub at a time.
I start with one story and then more stories branch off from the first. -like a branches from a tree-
by Bmystic57 8 years ago
In your writing,how do you refer to what you write to your readers,what you are writing about?Do you say ,this publication,essay or my writings? What is the correct way to announce what one has written ?Not a blog...per say?
by Novel Treasure 5 years ago
For those who write on multiple sites, how do you keep from having duplicate or similar content?Do you write completely different articles for your different sites? Or do you write a general article and then use links to your hubpages? How do you avoid the duplicate content or similar content?
by Spacey Gracey 8 years ago
Calling anyone who has considered having multiple accounts.I don't mean to do anything underhand with them.I've been learning to use HubPages by writing random product focussed hubs. I am now ready to do something a bit more meaningful. Off the top of my head I can think of 3 topics that I could...
by Faith Reaper 5 years ago
Does your family support you in your writings or do they even care, if not, who is your biggest ...Family, do they care about your writings and support you or not and, if not, who gives you the most support of your writing? Thanks for answering.
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