I plan to write about historical stories. . Are there other bloggers of historicall nature?
Plan to write blog on "Potted History" on Sleepy Eye, MN. a town named from an Indian Chief. Are there any others writing about ancient history & is it something that will be accepted?
I don't blog about these things; but, I adore reading about them. Write on!
Sure it will be "accepted". You can write about what you like to write about, and if what you like to write about is informative or useful to someone - well, that's what HubPages is supposed to be. How popular any Hub is may depend on the subject, the reader, or the Hub; but, in general, informative Hubs are well respected and valued.
Accepted ! I am waiting for it to appear. Thanx in advance.
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