Which area or subject you prefer in your writings?

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  1. bhattuc profile image78
    bhattucposted 3 years ago

    Different writers choose different areas or topics or subjects for writing. Some write poems, some prefer love stories, others write general articles, some are keen in scientific writings, some write horror stories, some create only science fiction and so on.

    Though I write on many topics but my main interest is science articles.

    What is your interest area? Which one you are passionate about? Please share.

    1. manatita44 profile image72
      manatita44posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Aesthetic, esoteric (Metaphysical) poetry and essays

      1. bhattuc profile image78
        bhattucposted 3 years agoin reply to this

        Great, the lantern carrier. We read them time to time. Very masterly works. Kudos.

        1. manatita44 profile image72
          manatita44posted 3 years agoin reply to this

          Thank you my bhaia ji

    2. alancaster149 profile image74
      alancaster149posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      I have several irons in the fire, Bhattuc, and can't think which I prefer most. I'm a Yorkshireman, from the north-eastern corner of the county overlooking the North Sea with several ranges of hills to the south and west. So I've written a number of pages on travel and history within Yorkshire, as well as in neighbouring counties (Cumbria, Durham and Northumberland as far as Hadrian's Wall (England's smaller cousin to the one in China). I'm also pre-occupied at the moment with railway modelling, a series titled 'Rites of Passage For A Model Railway' numbers around thirty pages on various aspects as well as my own layouts. Then there are several historical series of pages, including 'Godwin's Clan' (on King Harold II's chaotic family up to and after invasion by King William I and his allies), "Life On The Fringe" (a play on the jokey term 'The celtic Fringe') about the many facets of Celtic life on the continent of Europe and Britain; there's a short series on one group of invaders, the Danes, a long series on the Norsemen, 'Viking' and of course there's 'Conquest' on the reasons why William thought he should be king of England as well as Duke of Normandy. There are pages in an eclectic mix of pages titled 'Heritage' that includes Sir Christopher Wren's churches in the City of London; London Bridge's long history started with the Romans' timber bridge that's directly under the present one. And then of course there are the pages on Epping Forest (where highwaymen including Dick Turpin held up private and Royal Mail carriages), the famous female (Yorkshire) farmer Hannah Hauxwell. Lastly there are at least a dozen short stories ... Enough to keep the reader occupied for at least year.

      1. bhattuc profile image78
        bhattucposted 3 years agoin reply to this

        Happy and in fact highly impressed by the volume in so many segments. Great Sir. Keep up the momentum. All the best.

    3. lovetherain profile image81
      lovetherainposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Mostly esoteric topics. But I haven't written for a long time.

      1. bhattuc profile image78
        bhattucposted 3 years agoin reply to this

        Oh! Hope you start penning them soon.

    4. DreamerMeg profile image81
      DreamerMegposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      So many, I can't think of any single topic. Exercise, sleep, diet, short stories, health, colouring, relaxation, learning ....

      1. bhattuc profile image78
        bhattucposted 3 years agoin reply to this

        Wow. That is great.

    5. Kyler J Falk profile image89
      Kyler J Falkposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Strangely enough I have never actually felt passionate about writing, though I've claimed to be so and continue to claim such. I just feel driven to do it, as if there was some end-goal I can't yet see waiting at the end of a long list of writings. It is this idea of a brighter future attained through the conduit of writing that drives my, "passion," for writing.

      As it concerns my main interest, however, I'd say that would be any topic that garners the most unspoken emotional responses from my readers. Essentially, my main interests orbit the, "performative," more so than any sort of chronicling. If it has the power to hit deeply, especially in an unnecessarily negative way that brings the reader's attention to their own illogical biases and fallacies, then I suppose that is my passion.

      Concisely: Power and sway are my passions in life, and that bleeds into my writing.

  2. Readmikenow profile image94
    Readmikenowposted 3 years ago

    This is a good question.

    I have written and published everything from poems to short stories as well as magazine and newspaper articles.  I've done well writing non-fiction in many different ways.

    I have also had hundreds of my humor columns on family life published over the years.

    My favorite is to write fiction.  I enjoy creating an imaginary world where I am in control and have the characters behave the way I see them.

    I can't do it as much as I would like, but it is when I feel the most free as a writer.

    1. bhattuc profile image78
      bhattucposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Keep on your versatile work Sir.

  3. saimzain profile image44
    saimzainposted 3 years ago

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