If you are writing a book. which subject would you prefer to write on?
I write murder mysteries. I also write poetry I think writers need to broaden their horizens when writing. It makes you a better writer when you can write more then one genre
I have a laundry list of ideas in my story queue, and plenty more that will probably never see the true light of day. It's jut the reality of a professional writer. Lately, I keep getting this image in my head of bringing a number of characters from unrelated books and short stories, and throwing them together. Even if i did go through with it, it would be years before I could really do it right, but...
A great question. I should write a hub to answer it, but laundry beckons The best answer for a subject is - 1) non-fiction: What a Diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder has taught me 2) Fiction: I was an undercover agent for God 3) Poetry: Love & Relationships.
by Faith Reaper4 years ago
Do you prefer to write using a particular "niche" or do you write on all subjects?
by Jykeith Comal3 years ago
Any advice on book writing?
by Rachael Cleveland5 years ago
Do you prefer to write your first drafts on paper or on the computer?
by Michael John Mele5 years ago
Anyone here on Hub Pages aspiring to be a professional writer?I am aspiring to become a professional writer...hoping one day to write for some kind of video game publication or something similar...but I'll take whatever...
by ryancarter6 years ago
Do you find it hard to "sell yourself" as a professional writer?I'm talking more about reader response than critical evaluations here. Do you find that your audience is pretty responsive to your writing?
by telltale3 weeks ago
Do people nowadays prefer to read in the Internet rather than actual books?Do people read books at all nowadays? I noticed that not many people prefer to go to the library for books, what do you think?
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