Is a writer suppose to be told what he/she is to write? or edit her title?
My stories here are just meant to be therapeutic to me and shared for opinion and knowledge. Why am told to change or edit my stories in accordance to the moderator then my stories wont be by how I felt, lived and observed. Do you agree?
I don't understand, who is telling you to change or edit your stories? When you join a writing site you need to abide by the rules of that site, but unless you are breaking any of these rules you shouldn't be told to change anything.
All so true Moon Daisy, as long as you play by the rules. How you present them.
I believe those are suggestions for drawing more attention to your hubs. I have not had anyone tell me what to write or how to title any of my work. They are good suggestions and helpful if you are trying to make money though.
To moon daisy and Dardia, I have not violated anything per my opinion, I try to check first if it would be demeaning or otherwise, the moderators here want me to re edit my hubs, or change my title before they would allow posting. I am not a professional writer to be honest, I write as a means of therapy and also to share my insights, pains, happiness, etc. with the world. I am slowly loosing interest to write...
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