Anyone ever gone on the internet expecting right away to find a good topic to write about? Then minutes later you realize you were so wrong? Well it happens to many people. You have to look in the right places and search the right websites. You can't just stick with the first topic that comes to mind. Sometimes you can't find what your looking for on the Internet. So just close your laptop, shut off your computer, or turn of your phone, and just walk away for a while. Sometimes your topics can come in the weirdest shapes and forms. Sometimes it's best you clear your mind and come back later. So next time your up late (or even early) doing that last minute (or not) book report, research paper, or just writing for the heck of it, make sure to take a break and think about it clearly. You might be surprised what might come to mind.
I actually just faced that problem last night. I began searching through all my old journal entries to see if I had any ideas floating around that I never got around to writing about, and in the end it was going through some old photos that got me onto my new string of pieces. Even just remembering the conversation I was involved in while the photo was being taken was inspiring. It's tough finding inspiration, especially when it's so simple the answer you find
HubPages has been a blessing for me in this respect. Whenever I feel a little writer's block coming on I can count on reading something here that piques my interest and gets my creative juices flowing again.
by Kathleen Odenthal 3 years ago
What is your personal favorite topic to write about?Not your most popular topic, or your most heavily visited, I want to know what your passion is, why you write? We all have some sort of fire burning our creative flames, what are yours? Personally, I write in hopes to change societies view of...
by flightofdestiny 5 years ago
How do you pick topics for your writing?Whether it be fiction, poetry, or writing tips, how do you decide what to write about?
by BennyTheWriter 8 years ago
Hey everyone,This might seem like a silly question, the answer to which is probably glaringly obvious to my more experienced fellow hubbers, but I'm truly at a loss here. I'd like to know how you come up with original hubs to write after doing research on a proposed topic. Nearly every...
by Victoria Van Ness 5 years ago
What is your favorite topic to write about and why?
by Karen Creftor 6 years ago
Do you specialize or generalize in your writing?I am enjoying writing a lot and studying writing too and everything I read says that you're better off specializing in a niche topic.I have a couple of ideas of what topic to choose but it's difficult being a polymath.So out of interest really...What...
by ggenda 7 years ago
How do you choose the topics for your hubs?Do you write your hubs based on what you think will generate good traffic, or what you are truly passionate about?
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