Is there a Hub you have you wanted to write for a long time, but you have not written yet?
I have wanted to write a Hub on politics, but I do not want to alienate any of my readers. What keeps you from writing that Hub, you dare not write? Fear? Writer’s block? Fear that Hubpages will censor you?
I don't want to say what it is for fear hubpages will delete my answer. Hubpages and google don't like it so I can't do it. I actually already have it written and stored on my computer not sure what will ever come of it but I enjoyed writing it.
At least you enjoyed writing it, and you got it out of your head before you lost your idea.
Hubpages and google don't like what? Your idea? Something provocative? Just curious ;-)And how would you know if you haven't tried?
Not provocative to most people but to google it is.
I've had a hub in mind for about a month now but still haven't written it. I think about it everyday but just haven't taken the time to put the pen to the pad yet. I think mostly this is because I'm not quite sure how I want to start it yet and it is going to be a long write. I know once I get started I'll be writing so fast smoke will stem from my paper lol.
I am choosing not to share it with you all right now as I will be unveiling it publically very soon.
Yes, there is.............
I have put pen to paper, and even edited it..........but, still, I just can not let it go.
It is a great and soul revealing story.........many readers could identify or appreciate the telling.
But the wound has not healed to the point, of being able, to withstand its telling, of the impact.
. I understand, writing the Hub You Are Not a Monster: Do Not Let Them Make You One was very hard for me to write. You should read Hubs by Peeples and Annaceleste (and their profiles), to name a few, who might inspire you (they are fellow survivors).
I have 2 stories that I want to do something with. Either write a hub or a full blown book. Unsure which is best. If I do a hub will that have a negative effect on the book? Then I worry that if I cannot get it published, the question is irrelevant and I should just stick with a hub!
John Dies at the End was at first a free online web serial. An estimated 70,000 people read it before it was taken of the Internet and published (with some additional material). It has also has been made into a movie, which will be coming out sometim
Really? wow! Interesting information. I will have to think about this one but you may have given me something else to think about! Thank you
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