What subjects do you usually write about?
I love to write about many subjects! Self help and animals! My degree is in Biology/Chemistry so I love to write about that as well! so what subjects do you usually write about?
Well I write about any topic. But my favorite topics are Spirituality, Fashion and Style, Making Money, Finance, Politics, Personal Health and Care; and Personality Improvement. My diverse nature excites me to write different every and my agitation comes out in the form of words.
Mostly my own personal experiences and dealings with feelings and events of my life and everyday living with mental illnesses. I write in hopes to relate to other's and encourage through my writings. Thanks for asking.
Medieval history mainly about Anglos-Saxons and Normans in the 11th Century.
I usually write science fiction. I am working on a series of short stories at the moment that will lead to a series of full books. I also write short documents to give more information about the stuff I write. Like ships, weapons and technology. You can find my first two stories on www.amazon.co.uk/Christopher-Sharman/e/B00751DYE6 You can also find a lot of my work here on Hubpages...
I write about anything bothering me or that makes me happy. I sometimes do research. I don't think I have written many of those hubs yet, but they are related to special education.
I have written about funny things my kids did, reviews of great fiction that I have found on HubPages, a short biography, about how to take care of cat iron, helping the Homeless, the 9/11 boat rescue, and now I am learning to write fiction. I also have written a few recipes. I just write about what I like to do and what fascinates me. Everything!! lol
I just started here on Hubpages, but i found it very fun to write about my passions: Writing, writing, writing! I plan on writing other hubs on various subjects. Basically, compose an article you enjoy talking about!
One of the greatest pleasures of hubpages is the ability to write on pretty much anything. It doesn't hamper creative freedom: with my wandering mind and varied interests I have written fiction: short stories, poetry such as narrative, sonnet, Sestina , haiku, on the history of everyday objects ( soap, toothbrush, kites, silk) , medical hubs , about mystery novelists, paperback art, movie stars, tv ( golden globes, boardwalk empire) music ( mothers day, ne-yo) , comic books ( tintin, asterix) , leadership skills, teaching and mentoring, cooking , personal development and a series of stories and reflections about a mischievous Imp!!!
As many hubbers before me said, anything that catches my interest, any subject that I am passionate about and then...the words just flow...
I like deep poetry so much. Usually few words flow from my my mind and take the shape of poetry. Mostly it occurs with deep love and spiritual poems so I don't need much labour and time to create such type of poetry. It comes from heart.
Thus usually I like to write love poetry.
I usually write about a burning question I am dealing with at the moment in my life. Something that would help me and others get some clarity on what I have observed. Generally I am interested in applying spiritual principles in daily life so I like writing about that.
I mainly write about Life events in the hope that someone can relate to what I am saying and know they are not alone. I have a gift of being able to empathise with other people from all walks of life and I hope this shows in my 'word art'.
I usually write about the earth sciences and astronomy. These are the topics that I´m most interested at the moment. I think it depends on the mood and the moment; I´m going to get vacations next month and I´m preparing some topics related to that moment, for example, nature, animals, and possibly a ghost story.
Good question as there are so many people and many topics to write about. This is one of the reasons I love Hubpages. The vast personalities and people we have on this site contribute to the endless amounts of knowledge on practically everything.
I enjoy writing about health, wellness, nutrition, weight lifting, flexibility, and fitness. I worked for 11 years as a fitness professional and so I am most knowledgeable on these subjects. I also occasionally write about self-help.
I write about natural healing, natural living, and meditation. I write about how to live a peaceful and joyful life. I write about gratitude, grace, and generosity. And I'm working on some humor pieces now, too. In other words, I write what I live, and I write in ways I hope will be useful and inspiring to others to make their lives more wonderful.
I'm looking forward to writing more practical guides and book and movie reviews, too.
I like to write about things I've done, places I've been, things I encounter, things I find interesting, and activities I like. Lately about walking and walking trails I've visited.
I have a Master's degree in Music so naturally I write a lot about music and the importance of music education in school curriculums.
I'm also starting to branch out a bit because I love food. I've been living in New York City for 10 years so I decided to write a hub about the Best Pizza In NYC.
http://themusiconomy.hubpages.com/hub/b … ewyorkcity
I like to write about wild birds that I see here in OK, creative writing, some recipes, a little home improvement. I am likely most knowledgeable about the birds.
Anything and everything! I write about whatever topics I find are interesting. I don't really specialize, go scientific for instance but I find there are a great deal of topics to write about. Maybe human-interest stories....
I write about meditation, compassion and various practices in Buddhism.
Mostly television shows and news. Occasionally, I'll write about books but it's usually comparisons between shows and the books that they came from. I am a bit of a TV addict and I love the topic. It's constantly changing and there's a ton of material to write on, so I don't feel like I'll run out of things to write about.
I like to write about feminism, social issues and of course literature. I also want to explore some Indian issues- specially Indian women.
I love to write anything that comes to mind but mainly I like writing about life and love and the peace and heartache it brings to the world.
I have many interests in life and with a little research I can write about practically anything that takes my fancy. Generally though I write about subjects on which I have a fair bit of knowledge, which are a varied assortment of Health and Wellness topics, How to make money online, baking and English law.
I like to write reviews or critique a film in some aspect I'm drawn to. Usually, I write stories, whether they're short or long, and I have fun. Touching upon the strange and unfamiliar is a trait I associate my characters with, who just might end up in some bizarre, if not unworldly scenario to face their demons or monsters. It's like stepping into the closet and you know the beast is there waiting for you, but beyond the shadow holds nothing for you to see.
Writing happens anytime. I can write on any topic. I don't have to wait for the Muse to write. With a firm foundation in English, and any other language, whether you have a degree or not, you can write whatever pleases you (but not illicit ones).
Like Storybailey I find myself adding to a list of historical articles in various disciplines: Angles and Saxons, Danes and other Scandinavian invaders both factual and fictional, as well as Vikings who took off in other directions. England's most famous Viking invader stayed a bit longer than most, and both Storybailey and myself have covered him fairly comprehensively. William's earned himself a 'plinth' of his own in Hub-pages, 'in the best possible taste'.
Aside from historical matters, I've covered 'modern' fiction and spoof fiction, specialist travel and model railway matters. Take a 'peek' some time...
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