When you write non-fiction articles, sometimes you may find yourself stuck for ideas. They are everywhere of course, but we don’t necessarily realise we have all the prompts we need.

Just pick a subject, think about who may want to read about it, and plan your project. A blank piece of paper is a good starting point. Draw a centre point. From that point, brainstorm any ideas which come to you and draw them in as arms to the centre. Keep brainstorming until you have sufficient points to make a start.

The next part is the research, which can be from your own knowledge first, then books you may have, the local library, the internet (but care needed here for genuine facts.) You are ready to go. Good luck with the project.


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