what mostly are the things you like to write about?

@jhelyn (23)
May 14, 2008 11:24pm CST
as a journalist, i have to be aware of almost all theings around me. however, i cannot write about everything. anyway, what are the things you like to write about?
6 responses
@janet069 (663)
• United States
26 May 08
I am a journalist also so mostly I report the news. Crime and politics are my favorite but sometimes I will write about human interest, such as a feel good or inspirational piece. I also do a lot of content writing for the web which keeps me on my toes. The only thing I have not really tried my hand at is fiction. Don't know if I could do that or not.
@cher913 (25893)
• Canada
21 May 08
i can only write non fiction. i couldnt write fiction if my life depended on it...i dont do dialogue very well (how much is too much?) but my favourite subjects to write about are history and frugal living.
@mcat19 (1358)
• United States
17 May 08
I write sonnets about cats. My book, Cat-House Sonnets, 100 poems celebrating cats, is all about them. I also write sonnets for people who have lost their cats. They tell me it helps them as they grieve.
• United States
16 May 08
I like writing things with unexpected endings happy or not, becuase I hate those predictable stories, where you can see where it's going, and it's no suprise when you finally reach the end. I like leading people blindly, and i like people to lead me blindly, I think those are the best stories.
@chirantani (1382)
• India
15 May 08
Hi!!! In every stages of society,and our life,we find plenty of people,specially womenfolk are not given just,or ill treated,or they are the most probable victims when a crime takes place.I would like to write about any crime or injustice that is done to the women,and by using the media, I would like to create public opinion against it.
@rpegan (598)
• United States
15 May 08
I'll write about anything that takes my fancy. I think that by now I've touched on every genre imaginable. I've written fiction and non-fiction. I can't seem to limit myself or only focus on one area because an idea completely contrary to what I want to write will pop into my head.