Have you sold your novel yet? It appears to be relatively complete....
It's also an excellent read....nice job Bill.
Not yet. The hard part about writing is getting an agent or publisher to read your stuff. But I'm working on it!
Thank you for your kind comments!
by marinealways24 9 years ago
What is the most money you have made off of a single transaction. What was it that you sold?
by Barbara Anne Helberg 7 years ago
What novel has taught you more than any other book you've read?
by Ms. Zenobia Jackson 8 years ago
Should poetry be sold or just heard?Why does a book of poetry seem to go unread or the least book to be bought?Since we are in the midst of the reality era & performing art seems to be "it". So, is poetry a dying art form on paper?
by Christin Sander 6 years ago
Do you delete hub comments that are very generic if it appears the commenter hasn't read the hub?I notice my more popular hubs will get comments left that are just generic like "this was great thanks". I have started deleting these comments because they don't add anything meaningful...
by networthprotect 7 years ago
If I have an excellent savings progam yet I like to spend and so I do spend, is it wrong? Thoughts?
by Darlene Yager 8 years ago
Would it be a mistake to post the whole novel on hubpages if you were thinking of trying to get...it published? If not how much is ok? Or should it not be posted at all?
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