Could I post a short story on my hub page for others to comment on?
Yes, many people write short stories on here, under fiction, creative writing. I have written one, and also posted a couple of my poems.
Personally, short stories are the neatest to write, because it all comes from you! If thats what you love- writing short stories, I mean- go for it!
Sure you can. In fact, it's a great way to get your stories out there for people to read.
I enjoy writing short stories, and I have a couple here. I'm not sure if you can make any money on them, because who would search for my topic? I only write because I like to write, though, certainly not for the money.
Of course! I do it all the time. It is great because it is like a reading circle when people comment and put out their opinions!
Yes, you can. Fair warning though. Fictional works tend to get fewer hits than nonfiction articles. As with most things posted anywhere only a small fraction of people who read something comment on it. If you are doing it for feedback purposes you may want to consider adding a poll(s) to your story. Some readers may be more willing to answer a poll than to write a comment.
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