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Four Different Types of Writing Styles: Expository, Descriptive, Persuasive, and Narrative

Definitions and explanations of the four types of writing: expository, persuasive, descriptive, and narrative.
Definitions and explanations of the four types of writing: expository, persuasive, descriptive, and narrative. | Source

Four Types of Writing

A writer’s style is a reflection of his or her personality, unique voice, and way of approaching the audience and readers.

However, every piece writers write is for a specific purpose—for example, writers may want to explain how something works or persuade people to agree with their point of view. While there are as many writer's styles as there are writers, there are only four general purposes that lead someone to write a piece, and these are known as the four styles, or types, of writing. Knowing all four different types and their usages is important for any writer.

Here are the categories and their definitions:

1. Expository

Expository writing explains or informs. It talks about a subject without giving opinions.
Expository writing explains or informs. It talks about a subject without giving opinions.

Expository writing's main purpose is to explain. It is a subject-oriented writing style, in which authors focus on telling you about a given topic or subject without voicing their personal opinions. These types of essays or articles furnish you with relevant facts and figures but do not include their opinions. This is one of the most common types of writing. You always see it in textbooks and how-to articles. The author just tells you about a given subject, such as how to do something.

Key Points:

  • Usually explains something in a process.
  • Is often equipped with facts and figures.
  • Is usually in a logical order and sequence.

When You Would Use Expository Writing:

  • Textbook writing.
  • How-to articles.
  • Recipes.
  • News stories (not including opinion or editorial pieces).
  • Business, technical, or scientific writing.

Example:

Many people associate the taste of pumpkins with fall. In October, companies from Starbucks to McDonalds roll out their pumpkin-flavored lattes and desserts. Here is how to make an easy pumpkin pie using only five ingredients. First, make sure you have all of the ingredients.

This writing is expository because it is explaining. In this case, you can already tell that the piece will be about how to make a pumpkin pie.

Non-example:

Everyone knows that the best part about fall is all of the pumpkin-flavored desserts. Pumpkin pie is the best fall treat because it is not only delicious but also nutritious. Pumpkin is filled with vitamin A, which is essential for a healthy immune system and good vision.

This is not expository because several opinions are stated, such as “Pumpkin pie is the best fall treat…” Although this excerpt contains a fact about pumpkin containing vitamin A, that fact is used as evidence to support the opinion. These opinions make this an example of persuasive writing.

2. Descriptive

Descriptive writing focuses on communicating the details of a character, event, or place.
Descriptive writing focuses on communicating the details of a character, event, or place. | Source

Descriptive writing's main purpose is to describe. It is a style of writing that focuses on describing a character, an event, or a place in great detail. It can be poetic when the author takes the time to be very specific in his or her descriptions.

Example:

In good descriptive writing, the author will not just say: “The vampire killed his lover.”

He or she will change the sentence, focusing on more details and descriptions, like: “The bloody, red-eyed vampire, sunk his rust-colored teeth into the soft skin of his lover and ended her life."

Key Points:

  • It is often poetic in nature
  • It describes places, people, events, situations, or locations in a highly-detailed manner.
  • The author visualizes what he or she sees, hears, tastes, smells, and feels.

When You Would Use Descriptive Writing:

  • Poetry
  • Journal or diary writing
  • Nature writing
  • Descriptive passages in fiction

Example:

The iPhone 6 is unexpectedly light. While size of its screen is bigger than those of the iPhones that came before, it is thinner, and its smooth, rounded body is made of aluminum, stainless steel, and glass. The casing comes in a whitish silver, gold, or a color the company calls “space gray,” the color of the lead of a pencil, with darker gray accents.

This is an example because it describes aspects of the phone. It includes details such as the size, weight, and material.

Non-example:

So you just brought home a shiny new smartphone with a smooth glass screen the size of your palm. The first thing you will want to do when purchasing a new cell is buy a case. Cracking your screen is an awful feeling, and protection is inexpensive when you compare it to the costs of a new phone.

Even though this example uses adjectives, you can tell that this is not an example of descriptive writing because the purpose is not to describe the phone—it’s to persuade you to buy a case.

3. Persuasive

Persuasive writing tries to bring other people around to your point of view.
Persuasive writing tries to bring other people around to your point of view. | Source

Persuasive writing's main purpose is to convince. Unlike expository writing, persuasive writing contains the opinions and biases of the author. To convince others to agree with the author's point of view, persuasive writing contains justifications and reasons. It is often used in letters of complaint, advertisements or commercials, affiliate marketing pitches, cover letters, and newspaper opinion and editorial pieces.

Key Points:

  • Persuasive writing is equipped with reasons, arguments, and justifications.
  • In persuasive writing, the author takes a stand and asks you to agree with his or her point of view.
  • It often asks for readers to do something about the situation (this is called a call-to-action).

When You Would Use Persuasive Writing:

  • Opinion and editorial newspaper pieces.
  • Advertisements.
  • Reviews (of books, music, movie, restaurants, etc.).
  • Letter of recommendation.
  • Letter of complaint.
  • Cover letters

Example:

Following the 2012 Olympic Games hosted in London, the UK Trade and Investment department reported a £9.9 billion boost to the economy. Although it is expensive to host the Olympics, if done right, they can provide real jobs and economic growth. This city should consider placing a bid to host the Olympics.

This is persuasive writing because the author has a belief—that “this city should consider placing a bid to host the Olympics”—and is trying to convince others to agree.

Non-example:

According to legend, the Olympics were founded by Hercules. Now almost 100 countries participate in the Games, with over two million people attending. So cities from Boston to Hamburg begin considering their bid to be a host city more than 10 years in advance.

All of these statements are facts. Therefore it’s expository. To be persuasive writing, you must have an opinion that you’re trying to persuade people of—then, of course, you will support that opinion with evidence.

4. Narrative

A narrative tells a story. There will usually be characters and dialogue.
A narrative tells a story. There will usually be characters and dialogue. | Source

Narrative writing's main purpose is to tell a story. The author will create different characters and tell you what happens to them (sometimes the author writes from the point of view of one of the characters—this is known as first person narration). Novels, short stories, novellas, poetry, and biographies can all fall in the narrative writing style. Simply, narrative writing answers the question: “What happened then?”

Key Points:

  • A person tells a story or event.
  • Has characters and dialogue.
  • Has definite and logical beginnings, intervals, and endings.
  • Often has situations like actions, motivational events, and disputes or conflicts with their eventual solutions.

Examples of When You Would Use Persuasive Writing:

  • Novels
  • Short stories
  • Novellas
  • Poetry
  • Autobiographies or biographies
  • Anecdotes
  • Oral histories

Example:

“I don’t think that’s a good idea,” said Jaelyn.

“You never used to be such a girl!” retorted Orin, pushing open the door.

Reluctantly, Jaelyn followed.

This is a narrative because it’s telling a story. There are different characters conversing, and a plot is unravelling.

Non-example:

Cutting Edge Haunted House holds the Guinness World Record for the largest haunted house on earth. It’s located in a district in Fort Worth, Texas known as "Hell's Half Acre" in a century-old abandoned meat-packing plant. The haunted house takes an hour to complete, winding through horrific scenes incorporating the factory's original meat-packing equipment.

While this would serve as a worthy setting for a story, it would need a plot before it could be called a narrative.

Conclusion

These are the four different types of writing that are generally used. There are many sub-types of writing that may fall in any of those categories. A writer must know all these styles in order to identify the purpose of his or her own writing and make sure it's something the audience wants to read.

Poll Time!

Which type of writing style do you prefer to use?

  • Expository Writing
  • Descriptive Writing
  • Persuasive Writing
  • Narrative Writing
See results without voting

© 2011 Syed Hunbbel Meer

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jamesplee 25 hours ago from Las Vegas, NV

Keen insights into writing styles and a good read for anyone that writes. It's often a good exercise to examine your overall style or the one you're currently working on.


Keilly 3 days ago

Very helpful, thankyou.


Harshdeep Singh 5 days ago

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DOLON 2 weeks ago

Its really very good..and useful for me.and it can save my 1 marks in English ..thanks...


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Tomfoolery 2 months ago

Your description for "narrative" still has the identifiers of the category above it. Clean up on aisle #4 ...


Ogbe Isaac 3 months ago

Very useful! A very big thank you to the author.


hi 3 months ago

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Bart 3 months ago

Hi Letterpile,

I found one mistake and am wondering if you could edit it? It is under the narrative section, where it says, "Examples of When You Would Use Persuasive Writing" and I believe you all meant to say, "...Narrative Writing". I would like to use this article with my class. Thanks.


Cato 3 months ago

Thanks for the great article!

Minor edit suggestion: Under the heading "Narrative", change subheading "Examples of When You Would Use Persuasive Writing" to "... Narrative Writing".

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hameed ullah 3 months ago

Great, & very simple.. thnxx for sharing


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Curtis 3 months ago

Thank you for the information you provided, the information was very useful for me. The poll is clear, remove expository but do not remove expository ☺️


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fabien 6 months ago

excellent job..really helpful


Parker 6 months ago

This is awesome thank you. I am going to book mark this post and refer back to it as I work on different styles of writing for my blog. Thanks again.


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Tony Garcia 7 months ago

I thoroughly enjoyed your format. Your structure allowed for an easy read.


tajammul 8 months ago

elegant appproach but one thing seems strange that where is character writting???


Bob Jones 8 months ago

Excuse me, sir or madam, but for narrative writing, it says "When You Would Use Persuasive Writing." I am curious as to why this is so.


chris roberts 9 months ago

very informative love it


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Cee-Jay Aurinko 9 months ago from Cape Town, South Africa

Persuasive, Descriptive, and Narrative Writing. That's me. Before this Syed, I only had one word for the type of writing I did - writing. Now I have three! I'm glad I read your post today.


Calum Tingham 9 months ago

Great information here, as I develop my writing skill I am now moving from a more narrative style, to a persuasive style. Just the advice/help I needed on this blog post. Thank you. www.calumtingham.com


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Hunbbel Meer 9 months ago from Karachi, Pakistan. Author

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Thanks for the hub. It is quite informative.


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Madhu 11 months ago

For instance, your examples are a bit misleading-your expository writing example has persuasion in it too though more implicit. What looks neutral, 'looks' neutral. There is more to the story than that. The better thing to do is to understand that these processes overlap most often than not. Writing is multilayered. You can't rigidly compartmentalize it like this. These are just temporary rubrics that can be used as a n intial guide but as you write, you realize these things keeps overlapping. Writing is a more spntanoeus, and a hetrogenous process.


Madhu 11 months ago

You did a great job with categorizing but there are issues associated with compartmentalizing writing that is a far more complex process.


Zebairum 12 months ago

Thanx hub


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breathing 12 months ago from Bangladesh

A great and useful post for all kinds of writers. Any kind of writer can take help from this hub. I've some different prospects to discuss. If a writer has multiple writing skills then which one should he choose. Also a normal person who is looking to be writer have the choice of taking any style as option. But if he fails to choose the right style then the whole process of being a good writer can go in vain. I wish you will shed some light on this issue.

Overall again thanks a lot for presenting the readers with sucha wonderful hub.


Muaddiq Ali 13 months ago

there's a mistake in Narrative writing uses. You just wrote Persuasive instead of Narrative,

overall a great work , and very helpfull :)


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Joyette Fabien 13 months ago from Dominica

Excellent hub. Well detailed, well laid out and well illustrated! Thanks for sharing!


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rigey 16 months ago from Manila

Thank you so much. I've been looking for something like this to help me out.


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suraj punjabi 16 months ago from jakarta

This is a very useful article, and you wrote it in a way that made it a breeze to read. I found out that I am more of a the persuasive type. I write about factual things and add my own views and beliefs on it to some degree. I guess this is my starting point to further go deeper into this kind of writing. Thank you.


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DaphneDL 16 months ago from Saint Albans, West Virginia

Great examples and information on different styles of writing. This will be a good reference for future writing.


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Malcolm Massiah 17 months ago from Bristol, England

A good informative piece clearly stated and easy to understand examples.


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melissae1963 18 months ago from Tennessee, United States

This is such an interesting hub. You have taken a subject that is difficult for folks and put it in perspective. Voted up and useful.


Amy Julian 18 months ago

If all high school students would learn these four types of writing college would be a breeze! Thanks for the reminder. It's been awhile since I've thought about the types of writing, even as a high school business teacher.


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EsJam 19 months ago from Southern California

Great job on this Hub. It has been a while since I've seen a description of writing styles, so this jogged my memory!


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Thank you for a great hub about writing. Thumbs up!


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Hunbbel Meer 2 years ago from Karachi, Pakistan. Author

Thanks. I'm glad I could help :)


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Great writing tips, I need to bookmark this page, thanks.


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MPG Narratives 2 years ago from Sydney, Australia

Great tips any any aspiring writer, thanks. Voted, shared and pinned


Bob Nu'u 2 years ago

what does creative writing come under?

Narrative or Descriptive writing


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Thank you for the explanation of the different styles of writing that I couldn't find on any other websites. Without this I would have failed on a project


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uzma shaheen 4 years ago from Lahore,Pakistan

A brief, interesting and informative hub. I enjoyed reading it. Going to share it.


bushra 4 years ago

your expelanations are excellent


sophia seebaran 4 years ago

I got my first english test at university tomorrow and the information above helped by to have a better understanding of the topic. I love the Key points.


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Barbsbitsnpieces 4 years ago from Napoleon, Henry County, Ohio, USA

@Hunbbel Meer...Nice job! I hope our writers take note of these four categorical ways to write.


Dean 4 years ago

I liked this site because it helped with my homework for high school.

Now I know different writing styles.


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wetnosedogs 4 years ago from Alabama

Very interesting. I'm glad I read this well written article.


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momster 4 years ago

Great hub and very informative. This was very well writen and understandable. I would have to say that I use all 4 types of writing depending on what I am writing about. Voted up and shared.


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Anamika S 4 years ago from Mumbai - Maharashtra, India

Awesome Hub! I am mostly into Persuasive Writing. I use reasoning and call of action. Hub voted up and Google +.


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shampa sadhya 4 years ago from NEW DELHI, INDIA

Voted up and useful!

It is going to help many young writers. It is well explained hub. I liked it.


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jainismus 4 years ago from Pune, India

This Hub is very useful for new writers. Voted up and shared.


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saday 4 years ago from India

Very Interesting and creative post Meer. Voted up


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GoodLady 4 years ago from Rome, Italy

Interesting. Wish you could go on and tell us what the other sub-types are because writing is such fun when you can decide "hmmm, think I'll write this one like this today". I didn't know that Expository writing didn't include SOME comment (I'm sure I can't resist writing at least one comment?). But truly good to know the rules.

Many thanks.


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deenahere 4 years ago from India

Excellent hub.

Thanks for sharing...

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lhchan 5 years ago

Vote up....Very useful hub, learn a lot, like your article.


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arksys 5 years ago from Adelaide, Australia

nice hub .. thanks for sharing ... i do expository with my opinions at the end at times. i'm not sure which category that would fall in.


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TIDSimon 5 years ago from Malaysia

Excellent writing tips ;)


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Nicole 75 5 years ago

Very useful and helpful tips. Thanks for sharing....


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Rosemay50 5 years ago from Hawkes Bay - NewZealand

A very useful and informative hub.


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Hunbbel Meer 5 years ago from Karachi, Pakistan. Author

You are welcome :)


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Zabbella 5 years ago from NJ-USA

Thank you for breaking it down. I now know that I tend to write expository hubs. And by reading the other comments...I need to expand more...I am learning. cool stuff! voted up.


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Ardie 5 years ago from Neverland

I personally love narrative writing that presents facts - a story that can teach me something!


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Hunbbel Meer 5 years ago from Karachi, Pakistan. Author

@Kimberly: Thank you so much :)


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Hunbbel Meer 5 years ago from Karachi, Pakistan. Author

@Meisjunk: I have a written all my short-stories in narrative style.

I agree with you, because the joy and satisfaction of getting out of your comfort zone and work is something beyond explainable.


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Hunbbel Meer 5 years ago from Karachi, Pakistan. Author

@Dahoglund: Yes, you are right. A professional writer should have a command, and use all of the four styles.


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Kimberly Turner 5 years ago from New Jersey

Love your article! Voted up!


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Meisjunk 5 years ago from Pennsylvania

I think my writing style is narrative, but I know that I use all of these elements when writing. Writers need to stay well-rounded so that they can keep on top of whatever muse is currently herding them! Great hub. =)


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dahoglund 5 years ago from Wisconsin Rapids

Basically I think a professional writer has to use all of these. It is true that we will tend to choose assignments that we feel the most comfortable in.


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Hunbbel Meer 5 years ago from Karachi, Pakistan. Author

@Gypsy Willow: You are welcome :)


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raciniwa 5 years ago from Naga City, Cebu

yes, i do agree that each author has his/her own cup of tea...


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Gypsy Willow 5 years ago from Lake Tahoe Nevada USA , Wales UK and Taupo New Zealand

Never thought to check out my style 'til I read your hub. Thank you


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Hunbbel Meer 5 years ago from Karachi, Pakistan. Author

@Vinaya, Susan, Raciniwa, SheliaKay and Jacqui2011: Thank you all for stopping by. I am glad you all liked my article :)


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jacqui2011 5 years ago from Leicester, United Kingdom

A very helpful and explanatory hub. Thank you. Voted up and interesting.


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SheliaKay 5 years ago from Marietta, Ohio..... but born and raised in Northern Ohio on Lake Erie

Very helpful hub. Thanks for sharing


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raciniwa 5 years ago from Naga City, Cebu

yes, each person has his/her own cup of tea...


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Just Ask Susan 5 years ago from Ontario, Canada

Really good article.


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Vinaya Ghimire 5 years ago from Nepal

Your guide is very helpful especially to those who have not attended any writing course.


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Hunbbel Meer 5 years ago from Karachi, Pakistan. Author

@Sueswan: Thanks for your votes, I am glad that you found it interesting and useful :)


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Hunbbel Meer 5 years ago from Karachi, Pakistan. Author

@ Randomcreative: Thank you :)

@ Sneha Sunny: It feels good when you try all of the styles. I personally tried my hands at all of them, and I enjoyed them all. Naturally, for me, it is my persuasive and descriptive style that flows within me. But I have written narrative, and expository style with quite an abundance too. Try them all, you will have fun :)


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Hunbbel Meer 5 years ago from Karachi, Pakistan. Author

@ Willstar: Thank you :)

@ Writer 20: Thank you so much for stopping by :)

@ Sweets21: I am glad you enjoyed it; I always appreciate your comment :)


Sueswan 5 years ago

Very useful and informative.

Voted up and interesting.


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Sneha Sunny 5 years ago from India

thanks for sharing.... Today I got the proper words on the way I write.. lol. I usually write expository form or sometimes in persuasive way.... I'm not that much poetic and neither I write stories, fiction.


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randomcreative 5 years ago from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Great, simple explanations.


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Sweets21 5 years ago

Very nice to know thank you for writing this!


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writer20 5 years ago from Southern Nevada

Great help hub for your follwers.


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WillStarr 5 years ago from Phoenix, Arizona

Excellent! Voted up.


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Hunbbel Meer 5 years ago from Karachi, Pakistan. Author

@SubRon7: Thank you sir.

My elder brother is a graphic designer, so he edited my profile picture a little bit. :P All the credit goes to him.

And thanks for your comment :)

Later in the day, I am going to publish my new short-story, I hope you'll like it :)


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SubRon7 5 years ago from eastern North Dakota

Good job, Hunbbel, and I noticed your profile pic is brighter, the better to see you. I noticed yesterday and forgot to mention. Good job there too!


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Hunbbel Meer 5 years ago from Karachi, Pakistan. Author

@Jagodka: Thanks for your appreciation. I am glad that you found the above information useful.


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Hunbbel Meer 5 years ago from Karachi, Pakistan. Author

@Escobana. I am glad that you enjoyed it.


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Hunbbel Meer 5 years ago from Karachi, Pakistan. Author

@Tracy Robinson: Thanks for stopping by. Wishing you best of luck for your upcoming hubs.


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Jagodka 5 years ago

Great article! Very informative.


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Escobana 5 years ago from Valencia

Very informative and useful! Your Hub read really fast and was pleasant to read. Voted you up and interesting!

Keep going with the great work:-)


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Tracy Robinson 5 years ago from Box Springs, Georgia

Good information here. Useful. Like the Poll. Giving me good ideas here. Thank you.

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