Writing made me discover I had a fear of writing success. Here's my 1 SIMPLE solution to writing fear.
Published by Nigel - 3/2/2018
+ Life observations - people, things, situations
+ Wanting to highlight some injustice or wrongness in the world
+ What drives you+ What you’re passionate about+ What upsets you in life+ What you see that upsets others in life+ Past failures, losses, or worries+ What you're too afraid to talk about+ What successes you've had others can learn from+ What are you expert at
+ If you're a scientific thinker, like dealing in facts, have an eye for logic and love doing research, then writing factual based books is probably best for you.
+ If you have held an important post or position that people would just die to find out about, then that would be a great factual based book idea.
+ A handheld portable digital recorder (my favorite)+ Mobile phone (if you have a voice recording app)+ The traditional pen / pencil and paper
+ Television – if you watch a program and you feel angry, upset, or passionate about what you’ve seen then there’s something you can write a book about.+ Real life events – if you see someone do something very exceptional such as run across America like Forest Gump, write a story. Write of adventures along the way. (Ok it was a movie, but you get the idea).+ Poorly written books – you read a book about something you're expert in that is poorly written or untrue. Could you do better? Write a book about it!
+ Teenage Public+ Adult Public+ Children Public+ Sci-fi Readers Public+ Fantasy Readers Public
+ Surveys – Ask people what they like to read and catagorize the results to see the best ideas.+ Best Sellers – Have a look at what is already selling well in the Best Sellers lists and see what types, genres they are. Check Amazon.com+ Internet – Another great tool to help you look for ideas and topics is on social networking sites. What are people talking about and sharing. What's trending?