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If you could have a job as a witer tomorrow... would you do it? And if so, what

  1. Tom_Radford profile image64
    Tom_Radfordposted 7 years ago

    If you could have a job as a witer tomorrow... would you do it? And if so, what would it be?

    For me, to be a novelist or humourist would be a dream come true. To have a job with no obvious locational factors, just a need to push my imagination to its limit and hopefully affect the hearts and minds of readers and make a decent income at the same time ... wonderful. Is that your dream too?

  2. jdomingo profile image60
    jdomingoposted 7 years ago

    Tomorrow, yeah I'd do it...I'd be a magazine writer probably writing about video games and techie stuff, rating and reviewing games and well...techie stuff could I do it...probably not I don't think I have the vocabulary or the imagination to capture a reader and keep them compelled into finishing the articles I'd be writing but, it would make a great day job!

  3. Sweetsusieg profile image85
    Sweetsusiegposted 7 years ago

    I'd like to be a columnist, on day to day living with humor thrown in.  Life is funny, why not expound on it!

  4. puebloman profile image61
    pueblomanposted 7 years ago

    I'd be a very polite witer. Everyone in the restaurant would get served quickly and with the correct food

  5. profile image48
    Suzvwposted 7 years ago

    Absolutely YES!  I've been writing since the late 60's (and now you know I'm long in the tooth), and no matter if I get something published or not (and I have been), I still don't feel like I'm a writer!  I can't explain why.  Maybe it's because writing has always been so easy for me and right now it's all short, children's stories and articles for newspapers...not that it's all been "good" writing...but it's been easy.  I've always had ideas, thoughts that needed to be put down on paper, and now, into the computer.  Whenever an acceptance letter comes with a check, I'm more excited about the acceptance than the money I've earned.  I just can't seem to grasp that my writing is good enough for someone to actually PAY for it!  So I guess I'm always striving to "become" a writer.  I don't feel I'm there yet. I'd like to finish my book. I'd like to be known as a novelist.  Then I'd be a writer. When I arrive, trust me, everyone will know it smile And that folks, is my writing for today LOL

  6. Ruchira profile image75
    Ruchiraposted 7 years ago

    I love to convey messages to the public with the examples in our daily lives...and getting a positive message across would be just great on a daily basis.
    So, may be work for a newspaper which gets published daily where I get to convey different messages via a column...would be just the DREAM job smile

  7. Maria Cecilia profile image68
    Maria Ceciliaposted 7 years ago

    I would like to be a culumnist in an Animal or pets magazine, talking about Animals in general but more on Dogs and Philippine Local dogs, I want to support our Animal welfare group in propagating good treatments to our ASPINs or Asong Pinoy...

    I would like to have a contribution for the Chicken soup series but my title would be Chicken Soup for ASPIN Lovers soul..

    I would like to publish a book about my dear dog Mario Peso compiling all articles I have written about him...

    hahahah too many to mention, but still I dont want to be limited as a writer...

  8. profile image0
    Rosemary Banksposted 7 years ago

    Yes I would do it I'm yearning to have my own writers column.

  9. Nicky Page profile image76
    Nicky Pageposted 7 years ago

    Yes. I would love to write music reviews for Rolling Stone magazine.

  10. Anaya M. Baker profile image84
    Anaya M. Bakerposted 7 years ago

    I am a freelance writer, and new to the business. I love what I do, which makes it possible to stick with it. The pay is low right now, the hours are long, so if I didn't have the passion for it I wouldn't be able to stick with it.

    I find that most of the work I do that generates income is not really stuff I'm interested in. Hubpages is a nice break for me. If I someday became a novelist, I'd love to write in the genre of magical realism.

  11. anvi mehta profile image55
    anvi mehtaposted 7 years ago

    i'd like to be a newspaper or a magazine writer...
    n would want to write real life stories of many outstanding women unrecognized and ignored by the society..
    i would wanna spread their life stories for uplifting women which is very much necessary in my country..

 
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