How to Get Writing Ideas? Write More
Ever worried you’ll run out of ideas once you start writing more often? Well, don’t worry.
The opposite is more likely to happen. One piece of writing leads to ideas for other things to write about, and then you write about those new things which spawns several new ideas.
I already had a ton of ideas for things to write about, and the running list I have in my head is increasingly unmanageable.
This is why I wish I had minions or could clone myself. It’ll take 100 lifetimes to just type all the crazy ideas and stories floating on and around my head like a cloud of bubbles.
There’s more to say about this. I shall return with examples and proof.
See what I did there? It wasn’t on purpose. Now I have an idea to write a follow up article with examples from the other people who have said the same thing.
The more you write, the more ideas you have to write about. (Really. It’s a thing.)
Don’t believe me?
Okay. That’s fine. You’re entitled to your opinion.
(Even if it’s wrong.)
But your if your opinion isn’t based on research or your own anecdotal experience, you’re basically just lying to make yourself feel better.
So if you think I’m wrong, I dare you to prove it.
Go write and see what happens.
Then report back.
If you needed motivation to go write something today and you’re struggling to find it, you are welcome and encouraged to use the power of “someone was wrong on the internet and I must correct them.”
You’re welcome. ☺