What to write?whenever I try to write some novel or stories there is a strange question in my mind that what to write and on which topic. as I see on every topic may be there are already some post...

What to write?

whenever I try to write some novel or stories there is a strange question in my mind that what to write and on which topic. as I see on every topic may be there are already some post on that topic.

so question is WHAT TO WRITE?

 

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shake99 eNotes educator| Certified Educator

Post #2 is right on the money. You can't expect to make things up out of thin air--you have to use your own experience in some way. That doesn't mean you can't be imaginative though.

As a teacher, I might write about school and students. But I might also include a student who was threatening suicide, just to add to the drama of a story, even though I don't have specific experience with that. The story would be written using a setting familiar to me, but with some other elements included that would add interest for the general reader.

catd1115 eNotes educator| Certified Educator

The old adage is "write what you know". Any piece of writing reflects the author in some way so it makes sense to use that to your advantage. Use your background, life and experience as a base for what you are writing. What ignites your passion? What has meaning in your life? What experiences do you treasure (or wish you couldn't remember?) Start from who and where you are in life and how you got there and then Write!

Good Luck!

 

drahmad1989 | Student

when ever I try to write I come to know that everything which I write is about my own feeling . then I try to capture my whole thinkings throughout the day . now I feel comfortable but not know how to manage these things in a good order, or a story . :p

If I like to ask about what to write for our college magzine then what is ur answer?

I am asking because English is not my native language and I have to write in English ....

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