As a child, did you ever believe you would be a published writer on any forum, including hubpages?
We often have dreams of what we will be when we grow up, did you believe you would be a writer?
I have wanted to be an author for quite some time. I still would like to publish a book, but I need to make the time to sit down and start getting it out.
How about yourself?
When I was 11 years old, my friend and I wrote a story for a Disney writing contest. We didn't win, but we sure had a lot of fun. I don't know that I always wanted to be a writer, but I have always loved it!
Well, when I was a child there was no Internet or Hubpages. But, I did not think that I would be a writer...that realization came when I was in college.
I always knew I'd be a writer but I never imagined writing on anything like the internet when I was a child. My vision when I was young was writing books.
As a child i have never believe i would be a published writer on any forum, including hubpages
Well, I never imagined to be a writer or something, but yes, as a child books always fascinated me. Wherever I was, books always accompanied me. And as I grew up, in my schools and colleges, my essays were highly appreciated. My articles were published in the news papers. I guess, that's where my inspiration was born from
I've always been a writer, and often wondered where it would take me. To be honest, I'm the only person I know who has loved doing research papers at school.
Most of my life I wrote either for myself, or for something school-related. It's nice now to have an outlet to the world!
No, but isn't hubpages a great way to get your writing across to the world.
I didn't know I'd be a writer when I was a child. I was a creative kid, with lots of weird ideas, but I wanted to work in a pet store, because I like animals. Thankfully I learned what pet store employees actually do, and decided to pursue more uh...creative outlets that didn't involve cleaning up after stinky animals.
I think by late high school I wanted to be a writer, after I went through a depressing goth poetry therapy phase. I believe many depressed weird and creative teenagers go through that phase. Don't worry. I'm much happier now and dedicate my writing skills to funny and interesting stories.
I never thought about being a writer as a child. One day I was in an interview and was asked what would be things that I wouldn't do. One of them was writing and I selected that one. Then I was thinking why not to be a writer and realized that I was wrong and then I discovered Hubpages that inspired me to write and grow as a writer.
I would have never thought I would be writing, but it is just so easy with hubpages.
I have been writing since I was 10 years old but up until 2 years ago I never dreamed I would have been a published Children's Author. I love my writing and every thing I have accomplished
When I was a child, I dreamed of becoming a nurse or an accountant. It never occurred to me that I will become a writer someday.
by Social-eyes 7 years ago
Are you a published writer?Your writing is so like a true storyteller that if you're not, I think you should contemplate becoming one. Again, I enjoy reading your "stories".
by Jane@CM 9 years ago
How does it feel to be a published writer?
by Renee Hanlon 10 years ago
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by Marie Louise 8 years ago
What is the possibility of being seen, read and published from HubPages?What does it take to become a published writer?
by qwark 9 years ago
I write mainly for my own enjoyment...just to see if I can do it.If ya publish and no one reads and comments, what's the purpose in publishing?Or if some read and don't respond, I see that lots on my stuff, what's the incentive to write hubs and publish?Is it just ego? i.e. "Hey I'm a...
by Chris Mills 5 years ago
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