The inspiration behind your work in progress
A story you uncovered while researching your novel
10 Authors who inspire you
Your first rejection letter
10 Movies that inspire you
The worst moment in your life
Books you wish you had written
The best way to track your site statistics and why you do
How your faith interacts with your writing
Interviews with one of your main characters
Family stories that have influenced your writing
How you found your agent
Interviews with agents
The moment you decided to be a novelist
How to survive the holidays as a writer
The moment your writing started to pay off
How you deal with stress
Writing conferences you recommend
How to carve out writing time while maintaining a social life
How to write a novel while working a full time job
Common misconceptions about novelists
When the worst time to write is
How to find the best time to write
How you use Pinterest
How to make your characters come alive
Bloggers you follow
How to avoid lame author portraits
If you write non-fiction, try one of these posts to cure writer’s block:
Research tips
How to find someone to interview
How to set realistic writing goals
How to request an interview
How to fact-check after an interview
How to avoid libel
Elements of an effective newsletter
5 non-fiction writers that inspire you
10 true stories you want to write about
Organizations that support the causes in your book
How to build your author brand
How to narrow your focus
Myths about nonfiction writers
Finding historical sources
Why people should read more nonfiction
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If you are a public speaker, you can always blog about one of these topics:
The most unusual person you’ve met through your speaking engagements
How to track your message online
The strangest venue you’ve spoken at
10 tips for mentally preparing for a speech
How to know when a speech is ready for delivery
How to write for the web
Memory of your first speaking engagement
How to find speaking engagements
Essentials for your online press kit
How to send more traffic to your website during a radio interview
Leveraging social media to connect with your audience
Finding your audience
How to increase your speaking gigs
5 productivity tips you use
Speakers who inspire you
What makes some speeches great and others terrible