You’re stuck for blog post ideas.
Everyone else seems to be blogging their socks off, but you can’t think what to write about.
You’ve tried other lists of advice, and they say things like ‘try writing list posts’ or ‘create a regular weekly post’. Maybe, but what about?
Don’t despair – and don’t give up on writing your blog just yet. We’re here to help.
Try these brilliantly easy ways to generate ideas for your blog:
If your New Year’s Resolution is to do more writing, but you don’t know where to start, our January Writing Prompts will give you two writing ideas to challenge yourself every day for a month.
If you haven’t tried them before, read this guide first.
Try giving yourself around ten minutes for the first idea and twenty minutes for the second one. Having fun with these writing prompts? Please share them with a friend!
Starving for delicious writing ideas?
Maybe it’s time to cook up some Inspiration Stew in your kitchen.
Whether you’re struggling with writer’s block, want to liven up the next scene in your novel or just fancy trying something else for a change, you’ll be surprised at what a feast of ideas for writing you’ll find lurking in your cupboards!
A writer faces a computer screen.
What do they write?
Do they tap into some life experience they have had? We don’t all lead interesting lives… or do we?
We might think we need to be born with a life filled with regular incredible happenings, one adventure after another, to find ideas for writing, but that’s not true.
A golden arch to a magical world.
The smug, newly-painted door to a neat suburban house.
A mysterious wooden door in the side of a hill.
Doorways can have a key significance in writing, because the act of passing through a doorway is more than the move from one place to another; it can also be the change from one state to another. The hidden door under the ivy in The Secret Garden, the wardrobe door in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and the tiny door in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland all make the most of this possibility.
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