Happy Monday Everyone!
Here's the link to the latest mailbag for all the mailbag lovers to read and comment.
https://hubpages.com/literature/The-Wri … llment-395
Thank you so much!!
Thank you for sharing, Bill’s Mailbag, Misbah.
Having been at HubPages for almost 13 years I am aware of a number of wonderful hubbers and friends that we have sadly lost. Yes, they were like family. Very good questions this week, as always.
Beautiful mailbag, Bill. I wasn't aware of so many HP hubbers that have passed on. It's sad. It's even sadder that your series is coming fast to an end. Anyways, I wish you every luck and success in your future endeavors.
Hello Bill! Just desired to get in a best wishes to you with your future endeavors. I have been following the mailbag since way back when. I too believe comments were instrumental! And, some ten years back comments, too, are what fed my inspiration filled by actually writing. Fortunately I am able to keep up with of those Friends I interacted then on FB.
Thanks for the 400 articles of experience and wisdom shared over the years!
Mr. Bill, I enjoyed all the questions and answers. Thank you so much for sharing another interesting mailbag installment.
Best wishes and Blessings!!
Thank you for sharing, Misbah! You are a gem, and I feel good that you are a part of the next generation of HP writers. The legacy of quality writing will continue as long as there are writers like you on this site.
Aww... Sir, I don’t know what to say!
I’m touched. You really made my day. I really appreciate your kindness and support
I can’t thank you enough.
Thank you so much for being such a sweet and caring friend.
May God continue to bless you abundantly. Ameen!
I miss Mary also, Bill. We used to have telephone conversations with one another, although we never met in person. Your mailbag will be missed! It was the good old days when HP enabled comments on all of our pieces. Valuable feedback was shared and friendships flourished.
Another great mailbag, Bill. We have lost some wonderful people here over the years. Some have passed on, others have simply moved on to other endeavors, but they are all missed. You will certainly be missed, but I think we are all looking for to your next adventure, wherever that takes you.
It will not be the same without you, Bill. I'm sad to think of you leaving, and I'm still wishing that HP would prevent that by bringing back the comment slot. You have taught some valuable, unforgettable lessons about writing and about life. You're special.
Thanks for creating another edition of the mailbag, Bill. I found Mr. Happy's question especially interesting. It's one thing to make an accidental error with a fact, but some social media posts describe a completely different situation from the one that actually exists.
Haha, thanks Bill. Looking forward to you making your way to New England so we can get together.
I sit here sighing as I read your column...knowing that in a few short weeks this series is ending....and no one at HP seems to care about this ongoing problem.
Is anyone at HP paying attention??
But on the plus side, I can see a smile on your face as you polish off those traveling boots to place inside that spiffy camper.
I'm happy for you & Bev. Traveling the countryside is a great dream.. we thought of it, but sadly we only took vacations & they were fantastic.
But I think this is one journey you will Love.
As for posting the truth on social media...That's a tough one Bill.
Some people only care about how many likes they get. Telling the truth is the last thing on their mind.
Can it ever be regulated online? I honestly doubt it.
Ask yourself...Is the world ever going to work together for a common goal?
If coronavirus couldn't manage that one, then I honestly don't think anything ever will.
But I'm glad Mr. Happy is a man of Principle.
I've got to agree about HP helping to boost our confidence in our writing.
Even though I knew I could write, I didn't exactly tell everyone I met that I was a writer.
But since writing on Hubpages, I proudly tell everyone.
I no longer hide it.
Everyone that knows me...knows that my writing is a big part of my life & that I write every day.
But I didn't use to tell anyone about that side of my life...it was a private dream of mine.
I have been holding off on that book project too. My reasoning is the marketing.
I want more than 20 people to want my book...but I have no extra time or money growing on trees to waste.
But maybe one day soon, the right avenue will open for me.
An anthology of your work sounds great, but I for one think HP should have a system in place to help publish our work for us.
Another platform I write with does offer this service & they compile the poems you've written on their site into a book but it's too expensive too do.
You do get to keep part of the proceeds though.
Those good old days are like music to my ears.
It sounds like it was divine. A place I'd love to visit each day.
You'd think HP would wake up. Don't they read any of these articles?
It must be just a numbers game to them but People are real. We all have feelings & that's something numbers & money just can't change.
Enjoy your week and have fun getting that camper in order.
by Misbah Sheikh 12 months ago
This time, HP made mailbag fans wait, and no doubt it ruined our Mondays, but it is still Monday in some parts of the world, so here's the link to mailbag dear friends. https://hubpages.com/literature/The-Wri … llment-399Thank you so much!!!
by Misbah Sheikh 18 months ago
Happy Monday, mailbag fans! I really can not imagine a Monday without Mr. Bill's mailbag, can you?Read it here: The Writer's Mailbag: Installment #388 Blessings to all!
by Pamela Oglesby 15 months ago
Take the time to read one Bill's Mailbag. They are coming to an end, nd they will be missed by so many of us. https://hubpages.com/literature/The-Wri … llment-398
by Pamela Oglesby 16 months ago
Take the time to read Bill's latest mailbag as he enters his last month of writing weekly mailbags. Then, he enters the RV community.https://hubpages.com/literature/The-Wri … llment-396
by Misbah Sheikh 18 months ago
After three weeks, Mr. Bill finally published his mailbag. I'm sure you'd all enjoy reading it. It's time to show him how important he is. How much we love and appreciate him and his efforts.Here's the link to his article: https://hubpages.com/literature/The-Wri … llment-385Sir, we...
by Linda Lum 15 months ago
Our dear friend Bill Holland has given us the next installment. Just 3 more to go. https://hubpages.com/literature/The-Wri … llment-397
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