Does anyone publish full length stories here? What would be reasons why you would not... Or would?
Genre, fiction. Type: post-cataclysmic
There are a number of serial fiction writers on HubPages. I have written a couple of hubs on the subject, with links to several of the authors. One of these hubs discusses the pros and cons.
There have also been some prior forum discussions, like here:
http://hubpages.com/search/include:foru … al+fiction
by Victor W. Kwok 6 years ago
Can we publish full-length fiction novels (above 200 pages) on hubpages, chapter by chapter?Can we publish full-length fiction novels (300+ pgs) of our own creation on hubpages, chapter by chapter?
by Mia Taylor 5 years ago
Can you write a full-length novel on Hubpages?I have seriously been contemplating on posting my novel on Hubpages. My problem is, I'm not exactly sure how many words should be put into a Hub. I have my chapters broken in half at the time, roughly 2500 words per 1/2 chapter. Would this be too long...
by Oscar Jones 5 years ago
Do you believe in the biblical flood in the days of Noah? it was recorded as a cataclysmic earth-covering flood, and mentions waters flowing from the deep, (out of the earth, as well as all the water previously being held in a cloud canopy over the earth falling as the first rain on the...
by NateSean 7 years ago
I've been noticing fanfiction on hub pages. I think this is one phenomenon we call all agree to flag.It's one thing if you write a short story and your characters make "references" to another author's work. But if anyone is a follower of Anne Rice, as I am, you know that there are authors...
by Erin Hill 10 years ago
Hello. I am working on a book-a novel- and was wondering if anyone had ever tried posting fiction on hubpages one chapter at a time to get input, develop a readershipt, yada yada? What is the best way to go about this? And is ther any way to protect your work from getting stolen when it's floating...
by bulletproofchris 7 years ago
I truly love the short story, and often wonder why there aren't more authors in the genre. Is it a lack of interest by the readers, or the writers, or both? Am I wrong, and why? Any thoughts on this subject would be greatly appreciated.
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