Do you consider yourself a writer, a blogger, a poet, or simply testing the waters?
How would you describe yourself in these terms?
all of the above ! I started to consider myself a writer when I finished my book, although I have been writing since I was little.....a poet too because I write those often, and a blogger because that is my favorite way to write....and testing the waters always!! Sorry to answer them all, but thats just me.
A writer, a blogger as its my hobby to write and yes always testing the waters,,, to explore new and learn new
A writer, or at least I aspire to be one. The challenge is, can I put on paper what I see in my minds eye? I've enjoyed writing, for some time, but it's a new dynamic to post it and see how it's received.
A writer is all of the above (including "testing the waters'). So, a writer.
All I am a published author, poet and blogger. I have been writing since grammer school and it is a part of me. i go through stages where I am very prolific. in one year i wrote over 1,000 poems. Right now I am coming out of abour 8 months of writers block. just gotta get going again.
An ametuer writer & poet testing the waters!
I am relatively new into this field but am determined be become a successful writer/author some day!
Of course I have a long way to go...
I am an 1 time 1 hit wonder 1 article writer. I do not need to write another article. It is already a smash hit around the world in the countries of United States, Canada, Germany, Spain, Australia, Japan, Brazil, China. Some of the cities are: New York City, New York; San Francisco, Ca.; Pelato, Brazil; Wuhan, China. It is all from referring sites 100 percent. I am an 1 hit wonder.
life dips her toes
into the pool
of our existence
to be a ripple
Just Beautiful. A writing poet testing the waters. I like it!
Well, I consider myself a dreamer. And one of them is writing. It can be anything from a poem, to an essay, to fiction or non. I just love to "test the waters", as you say :-), until I find myself developing a strong preference for any of them and then concentrate there.
I consider myself all of the above except a poet. Its amazing when you loose yourself in your work and express the way you feel, no one can do that for you. When people read what you write they getting a glimpse about how you view life and what you all about.
I consider myself none of the above, I just consider that I've always had a lot of verbal diarrhea, and I thought to capitalize on it, if I could. So far, so good
A poet because I find beauty in every instance of life, a writter because I had to become one if I wanted to get good grades on my assignments, a blogger because I cannot resist the temptation to interact with people who write about the things I love, and testing the waters because I am still thinling on going back to the woods, collect samples of the tree that hurt me and write a Hub about it....
I would like to be a writer, which I won't be until I get something published (not self-published) professionally. Since all of the online writing I do is here on HubPages, which is not a blog, I am not technically a blogger. I have no talent in poetry and I don't really seem to have a head for understanding it.
Testing the waters? How shall I interpret that? Well, one thing I can say for sure is that I'm a HubPages addict! I am, of course, like you and all who answer this question and all who do not but are members of the club, a "hubber.
When its all said and done, I suppose I'm a wannabe writer.
I would consider myself more a proofreader or an editor. I love to help other people with their writing more so than I like to write my own stuff (fiction).
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