Can I publish a book on hubpages?
I have a book that I have been working on for years? Can I publish chapter by chapter, or several or the whole thing on hub pages?
If you have their permission, I'd say go for it. I bet they would be flattered by the idea. However, I'd publish several blogs of the entress of your hub pages.
I have seen somebody in HubPages post his poetry. I think that's similar to posting novels.
Make it by chapter so Hubbers will follow what you post.
Although you have to be aware that there's a possibility of somebody stealing material from you.
Here's the profile of The Suburban Poet...
If I took the time to write a novel, I don't think I would want to throw it up on the internet where anyone could copy and paste it and call it their own.
Hopefully you are able to find a publisher. Good luck!
You can. And I will read it if you will publish it. I am doing it as well and many published authors did it for first time to get some fans. There is something like individual rights with makes the work yours automatically from the day you will write it to the day you don´t have any living family member to hold the rights for it.
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