Boy do I wish I had that problem! I have so many things to write and so little time to write them... If I did ever find myself short on inspiration, I would read. I think reading is just as important as writing. It feeds the soul, the imagination, and the intellect... also a good idea is to socialize, a great way to exchange ideas and enjoy other people's company. You never know where it will take you.
Hello moiponetsoka, go to a gig, a fun fair, a vacation. Visit unusual places, meet unusual people. Basically I suggest you get out of your comfort zone. Your 'Team Leader'
Hemingway has always been one of my favorite writers. I recall that he once said something to the effect that in order to write well a person needs to simply practice by writing a lot but that in order to have something to write about a person must go out and do other things.
This is basically how I look at it. When you don't have something to say, go out into the world and do something. When you have something to say sit down and write about it. Then repeat...
by Rob Welsh 7 years ago
Do you write about what you really know about or do you just wing with abit of research? And...what is your specialty?
by mizzjanique29 7 years ago
Personally when i write i use a little of both things i have been through in the past as well as thoughts that pass through my mind. I find that this makes for an interesting and intense novel for readers; However lately i've been hearing that the key to a fantastic novel is only writing about the...
by petertheknight 7 years ago
Hi! I just join hubpages today and wrote my first two articles. One was on the Master Cleanse that I am doing a little research on and will probably try for myself and the other was a review of the new Harry Potter movie. I was very surprise to see that I have already gotten like...
by David Livermore 4 years ago
I have nothing left to write. The last two hubs I wrote were an experiment to see if I could write "viral" content, which I don't think I did very well on.Beyond that, I think I have ran out of topics to write on Hubpages. I planned to start novel writing this year, but with a...
by Aya Katz 8 years ago
as a writer? This is in reference to what others said on a different thread about why some people are leaving Hubpages. I thought it might be nice to talk about the issue not in reference to any particular hubbers who might be leaving. I have never been able to make money on my writing, but I don't...
by Rehana Stormme 6 years ago
What is more fun? Writing dozens of articles for a niche or writing all sorts of articles from holidays to teeth whitening? And leave aside the fun, what about the money - which has more potential? What would you rather do as a writer on HP - niche writing or free lancing?
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