Take a moment to read Chitrangada Sharan's work on online Writing.
https://discover.hubpages.com/literatur … A-Beginner
Great response to this week's word prompt by Chitrangada. Helpful tips and interesting advise to new writers. I enjoyed reading the article. Thanks Brenda for sharing.
I like the way that Chitrangada listed her sources where one can go to look for further information on a particular point. Very professional.
In your article you tell us that it's difficult for aspiring writers to know where to begin.
Besides writing being fun, as a freelance writer one can earn money.
There are a number of platforms where one can post his work, but Hubpages seems to be user friendly.
You can pursue online freelance writing while working at another job.
There's no need to have a special background to become a published writer.
You only need a geniune desire to write.
You lists valuable points to help one in being successful with getting his work into print.
As you progress as a writer, you might find a special niche or topic that tends to interest you more.
When this happens, you will post more articles & others will look forward to reading your work.
You tell us a bit about your own journey being a writer.
10 yrs on Hubpages is quite an accomplishment.
I'm so proud of you for sticking it out.
Then you tell us the more one writes, the easier it becomes and there are stories everywhere...we just need to look around.
I'll post a link in the word prompt article
Thank you so much Brenda, for sharing my article. I always look forward to reading your analysis of my work. This is the feedback, which keeps the writers going, including me.
Thank you for all your sincere efforts. I really appreciate and admire this quality of yours.
Many thanks and my best wishes to you.
I always enjoy articles from Chitraganda Sharan! Brenda, thanks for highlighting this one. Blessings to you both!
Thank you so much Bill, for your kind words of encouragement and appreciation. It’s always a pleasure to read your comments.
You are so welcome, Bill.
Chitrangada's work is terrific. I enjoy it too.
I totally agree with Chitrangada that reading is as important as writing. It actually comes first! We all continue to learn as we venture into writing. Thanks for sharing her words of wisdom, Brenda.
Appreciate you for reading my article and agree with the my views. The best part of reading is that we always learn something new. Life is for learning. It’s so important to be aware of the things happening around, near or elsewhere. And, I agree with you that without reading, we can’t venture into writing.
Thank you so much for your insightful comments. Much appreciated.
We do read, but I feel it's important for us to read other's work.
It helps develop our own voice.
You give great advice here Chitrangada, and speak from experience. An enjoyable read. Thank you for sharing, Brenda.
Thank you so much John, for taking the time to read and comment on the article.
I have been reading and writing since my younger days, but online writing is slightly different. I am still learning, but wanted to share my experiences with others.
Appreciate your kind words. Thank you and good day.
I enjoyed reading your very interesting and informative hub, Chitra Di. I started writing online as a hobby. Before joining HubPages I have written for couple of other sites. While Googling online writing platforms one day, I stumbled upon the HubPages website. Since I started writing on HubPages. I quit writing for other websites because HubPages, in my opinion, is the best platform with global writers. It lets me exercise my creative muscles and I love it. I love the community of HubPages. It's a privilege to be here with you all, and the opportunity to learn and converse with one another is an extra bonus. Thanks a lot for sharing this article. I really enjoyed reading it.
Bredz, thank you so much for sharing Chitra Di's wonderful hub. This is surely a very great response to the word prompt.
Blessings and Love to both of you!
No problem Misbah.
Happy to share...share away.
Thank you for sharing your experience of online writing. Like you, I had also published on some other websites. But, HP is definitely better, in so many ways.
There is no doubt that HP has helped me to hone my writing skills, and the support and encouragement by the fellow writers is something, which I didn’t find elsewhere.
I had found HubPages, through LinkedIn. Someone had shared an article there, and I was impressed by that, and joined it.
Always a pleasure to read your comments. Thank you for your good wishes. God bless you. Much love.
This was a great article, Chitrangada about online writing for beginners. Your tips and your experiences as a writer are a real bonus. Thank you for this awesome article.
You’ve raised some great points in your article, Chitrangada. My favourite part was the sentence “One can never feel old, if the mind is active, and still enjoys learning new things.” I think that’s so true!
by John Hansen 3 weeks ago
Chitrangada gives us two wonderful poems that meet the prompt "beginnings" perfectly, I love the quotes as well.https://hubpages.com/literature/Beginni … Hopes-Poem
by BRENDA ARLEDGE 14 months ago
Do you love shopping online? Or despise it?Chitrangada has us covered with this article on online shopping. Take time to read this one.https://discover.hubpages.com/technolog … vvy-People
by John Hansen 8 months ago
Please read Chitrangada's excellent response to the word prompt "First."https://hubpages.com/literature/First-is-ForemostExcellent work on this article Chitrangada. It was informative and I loved reading about your experience first day as a teacher.
by BRENDA ARLEDGE 14 months ago
Take a moment to read Chitrangada Sharan's excellent acrostic poem & article.You won't be disappointed. She penned it well.https://hubpages.com/literature/The-Need-To-Experiment
by Ravi Rajan 11 days ago
Chitrangada writes a great poem about a mysterious lady who stops her on the road and takes her to a deserted house. Who was the lady? To whom did the home belong? And most important, why did she stop Chitrangada? These questions make the poem a delightful mystery. I also liked the short story on...
by Chitrangada Sharan 5 days ago
Please take some time to read Rosina’s article https://hubpages.com/literature/My-Cons … zing-to-Me
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